Heat of Eleven '98 (ver EAA)

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EMU Infos
dumper f205v
date 20/03/2005
emulator MAME 0.104u9
dev Ville Linde
PCB Infos
name heatof11 on ProgettoEMMA
heatof11 on Arcade Database
description Heat of Eleven '98 (ver EAA)
year 1998
manufacturer Konami

Contents

Technical references

CPUs

QTY Type clock position function
2x IBM PowerPC 602 - EMPPC602FB66 upper board IC200,IC220 main
1x 3DO chip B861132-VY21118-CDE2-3DO-02473-001-0F upper board IC240
1x oscillator D180A7 upper board X480

ROMs

QTY Type position status
1x MaskROM lower board 8Q dumped
1x 93C46 lower board 7K will be dumped soon dumped

RAMs

QTY Type position
1x DALLAS DS1643 smaller board u1(5E) (dumped)

PLDs

QTY Type position status
1x PALCE16V8Q smaller board 3D read protected

Others

1x 28x2 JAMMA edge connector 1x 2x2 switches DIP (upper board SW460)
1x 8x2 switches DIP (lower board 8P)

Notes

This is "M2 Hardware", it's CD based.
CD has been converted into a .CHD (thanks to R.Belmont), it's not available for download here, it's too big, you can find it there, out in the wild.......
upper board is marked: "DFUP0882ZAM1 MADE IN JAPAN" on component side
upper board is labeled: "KONAMI SERIAL. NO 835094" on component side
lower board is marked: "KONAMI PWB403045B MADE IN JAPAN (C) 1997 KONAMI CO..LTD." on component side
lower board is marked: "KONAMI PWB403045B" on solder side
smaller board is marked: "KONAMI GX636-PWB(A) (C) 1997 KONAMI ALL RIGHTS RESERVED" on component side - it's located under the lower board, the two are connected.
CD is labeled: 703EAA02


update 20120912: Thanks to Tirino73 I could redumped the disk (including pre-gap) and confirm dump for the BIOS

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