It's the FAT AMIC on the PowerMac 9150. It's one of the primary parts of the chip set. A 208 pin QFP. The thing is, it's the essential component that allows 5 NuBus slots on a NuBus Mac. All the 3-slot NuBus PowerMacs use the plain AMIC. If I had a source of FAT AMICs (without killing 9150s) I might try to create the I/O board for the Power Computing Power 120 which enables 5 slots. As shipped it supported three slots, but had headers for five slots.What's that one for?
Pinout yes, functionality no. A CUDA won't work as a direct replacement for the Egret - at least not the CUDAs I tried so far.
341S0060 Cuda (v2.40) Performa/Quadra 6xx, some PMac x200, PMac x400, some PMac x500, Pippin, Gossamer G3 341S0262 Cuda v3.0 some PMac x500, Bondi Blue iMac 341S0285 Cuda Lite ADB and PS/2 support - PMac 4400 & clones 341S0417 Cuda Color Classic 341S0788 Cuda (v2.37) PRAM, RTC, ADB 344S0100-01 Egret (v1.00) IIsi 341S0851 Egret (v1.01) PRAM, RTC, ADB 341S0850 Egret (v1.01, earlier) PRAM, RTC, ADB; IIsi and LC
If you're planning to become the one-stop shop for unobtanium Apple chips, what if I threw you a couple of dollars to support ya? I think we'll need a lot more of these as time goes on..Ok, got a huge list of ASIC's in front of me, and a very large order from UTSource...
I've also been updating that google sheet with more pinouts. I'll sort out the Classic II next.