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Local Sellers for MiSTer Expansion Boards

Postby THaase » Sat Apr 28, 2018 4:30 pm


!!!!!!!!!

Warning: Some tricky sellers advertise their SDRAM modules in MEGABITS which is 8 times more than megabytes. Thus 256mb(256mo) means 32MB module. Be careful!

!!!!!!!!!


I'm trying to keep an up to date list of local sellers for MiSTer expansion boards

America:

Canada
COREi64.com online shop
MiSTer SDRAM XS v1.1: $24.95 (excl. tax)

Check WebSite for further information: https://corei64.com/shop/index.php?route=product/category&path=90/

USA
arithmaldor
SDRAM XS version 1.1: 25$ (preorders can be placed)
IO Board 5.5 fully populated without fan: 30$ (preorders can be placed)
$5 off for orders over $50
Please check website for preorders.
https://tinkerplunk.myshopify.com/
Blog: https://tinkerplunk.com/

Shipping
Domestic US shipping: 5$-10$
International shipping: on request

Check Post for further information: http://atari-forum.com/viewtopic.php?f=117&t=33613&p=355572#p355572

darcoza
SDRam vertical (own layout): $20 Preassembled Headers
SDRam vertical (own layout): $15 DIY Headers

Shop link:
https://www.etsy.com/listing/688028921/ ... e_active_1

You pay actual shipping costs which tends to be around $3ish for most of the US.
International Shipping available as well.

Check Post for further information: http://www.atari-forum.com/viewtopic.php?p=368474&sid=813605e5866dc6029a341331c3040105#p368474

HugoCraft
SDRAM XS v1.1 (majority tested at 167MHz and remaining are 140MHz or higher) : $25
MiSTer Starter Kit, SDRAM, 40mm fan with top plate, heat-sink, and bottom plate: $38
3D printed top plate with 30mm fan: $8
3D printed 40mm fan and top plate $10
3D printed Top Plate w/ fan mount $5

Actual Status: https://twitter.com/HugoCraftVI

Shipping
Domestic US shipping: Ends up around $2.66 for an order.

Check Post for further information: http://www.atari-forum.com/viewtopic.php?f=117&t=33613&start=325

JackBurton
Customizable MiSTer Bundles (DE10-nano + SDRAM + Options)
Pre-formatted and prepared micro SD cards (32/64/128/256 GB)
IO Board 6.0 XL w/ fan and heatsink
USB Hub v1.2 w/ power splitters and standoffs
Internal USB Hub connection solution for USB Hub v1.1 (OTuckG)
Internal USB Hub connection solution for USB Hub v1.2 (Bracket)
External USB Hub connection solution for USB Hub v1.2 & 3D Printed Case (Bridge)
SDRAM XS 32MB
SDRAM XS 64MB
SDRAM XSD 128MB
3D Printed Main Case V2
3D Printed USB Hub Case V2
Acrylic Cases
PCB fan boards w/ fan and heatsink (exclusive product)
PCB bottom plates (exclusive product)
VGA to SCART cables

Worldwide shipping available!

Check Website for further information: https://misteraddons.com/

jft
SDRAM XS 1.1: $22 (including USPS delivery)

Check Post for further information: http://www.atari-forum.com/viewtopic.php?f=117&t=33613&start=225#p360726


Poobah
SDRAM XS (32, 64 or 128 meg)
I/O Board v6.0 (fully populated w/heatsink, fan & support bracket)
RTC v1.3 (Battery included)
USB Hub 1.2 (Includes standoffs and power Y cable)
ADC in (Audio Tape Input)

Check post or website http://www.legacypixels.com/mister for latest info and pricing.

US shipping $5 1st class, $8 priority (contact me for international)
Payment can be done using Paypal.
email: orders@legacypixels.com

Check Post for further information: http://www.atari-forum.com/viewtopic.php?p=359169#p359169


Unrealcpu
SD Board XS 1.1 (Alliance ram stable 167mhz): $25.00 USD
SD Board XS 1.1 (Winbond ram stable 150-167mhz) $20.00 USD
IO Board XL 5.5: $40.00 USD
7 port Mister USB Hub: $35.00 USD
Y-power Cable for USB: $2.00 USD
4xStandoff for USB Hub $2.00 USD
RTC: $12.00 USD
Heatsink $2.00 USD

Shipping $6.00 USD (USA)

Will ship internationally, shipping/handling and VAT costs based on location and address

Payment can be done using Paypal.
PayPal: UnrealCpu@aol.com
Check Post for further information: http://www.atari-forum.com/viewtopic.php?f=117&t=33613&start=275#p362302

zerohimself

Sale via Etsy: https://www.etsy.com/shop/zerohimself
SDRAM XS v1.1 $25 + Shipping (Winbond tested & stable @167 mhz)
USB hub v1.1 $40 + Shipping (includes white nylon standoffs and nuts, and a DC splitter cable, with TinkerPlunk's USB adapter board)
IO v5.5 $45 + Shipping (Fully populated includes fan & heatsink)

Shipping: $5-$10 (only USA)
Check Post for further information: http://www.atari-forum.com/viewtopic.php?f=117&t=33613&start=275#p362459


Asia/Pacific:

*******

Europe:

ch570512
SDRAM XS v. 1.1
RTC v. 1.3
IO v.5.5 (w/o VGA)
Worldwide shipping: free (no tracking)

Handled via eBay.
Check Post for further information: http://www.atari-forum.com/viewtopic.php?p=344187#p344187

France
Tibob
SDRAM XS 1.1 : 14.90€€

Shipping inside European Union (from France). Payment by paypal

Shipping:
In France: 2.90€
Rest of Europe: 4.90€

Check Post for further information: http://www.atari-forum.com/viewtopic.php?f=117&t=33613&start=375#p373839

Germany
Arcadeforge
Available: IO Board (5.5)
Please check website for prices.
http://arcadeforge.net/Mister-Projects:::74.html


Donald1705
SDRAM XS version 1.1 : 22,- EUR
SDRAM UNI version 3.1U vertically : 20,- EUR
USB Hub Board: 35,- EUR

Payment can be made via PayPal.

Shipping:
Inside Germany: Letter: 1.45€ / Registered Letter 3.90€ / Unregistered package 3.89€ / Registered Package: 4.99€
International: Letter: €3.70,-/ Registered Letter: €6.40

Check Post for further information: http://www.atari-forum.com/viewtopic.php?f=117&t=33613&start=25#p349034

THaase
SD Ram Boards XS 1.1 - 32MB: 15€
SD Ram Boards XS 2.2 - 32MB: 17€ (available from 30. Sep. onward)
SD Ram Boards XS 2.2 - 64MB: 32€ (available from 30. Sep. onward)
SD Ram Boards XSD 2.4 - 128MB: 50€ (available from 30. Sep. onward)

IO Board 5.5 fully mounted without fan: 35€
IO Board 5.5 fully mounted with fan (Noctua A4x10 5V): 55€
RTC Board 1.3 (w/o AD741x): 12 €
USB HUB (own design) with 6x USB : 30 €
USB HUB (own design) with 4x USB & 2xDB9 : 50 €
Heatsink (no name with thermal pad): 1.00€

Shipping:
Inside Germany: Letter: 1.55€ / Registered Letter 3.90€ / Unregistered package 3.89€ / Registered Package: 4.99€
International:

Non-EU
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XS (works for SDRam & Heatsink & RTC): Non Tracked 3,20€ / Tracked 5,45 € / Tracked with signing 5,70 €
S (works for IO / USB ): Non Tracked 3,70€ / Tracked 5,95€ /Tracked with signing 6,20€

EU
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XS (works for SDRam & Heatsink & RTC): Non Tracked 3,81€ / Tracked 6.49€ / Tracked with signing 6.78€
S (works for IO / USB ): Non Tracked 4.40€ / Tracked 7.08€ /Tracked with signing 7.38€

(Don't ask why NonEU is cheaper than EU)

Check Post for further information: http://www.atari-forum.com/viewtopic.php?p=344171#p344171

Portugal
ricardosaraiva

Full stock MiSTer Boards available @ facebook.com/retroshoppontopt
AIO Board - Full sized IO Blue Board with High Performance Fan, Full Speed SDRAM RAM 166Mhz, Pick’n’Place Build [59,90€] ( In Stock )
RTC Board 3.2 w/chip M41T81 and Toshiba battery backup [14,90€] ( In Stock )
RAM Extra Slim (XS) v1.1 >=160Mhz - [19,90€] ( In stock - worldwide shipping included )
Sorgelig’s Original Vanilla Blue IO Board 5.5 with Fan [44,90€] ( In stock )
Sorgelig’s Original Vanilla Blue IO Board with Noctua Fan [59,90€] ( In stock)
Razor's IO Black Board 5.5 with Fan - [44,90€] ( In stock)
Razor's XL IO Black Board 5.5 with Fan [44,90€] ( Soon )
Combo Pack IO 5.5 Board with Fan + XS RAM [59,90€] ( In stock )
USB Hub 1.2 daughter board [39,90€] ( Soon - several units in production )
LL Cool Joy v1.0 ( Soon )
Wakefield-Vette Heatshink with tape - [3,90€]

Check Post for further information: http://www.atari-forum.com/viewtopic.php?f=117&t=33613&start=50#p351376

Russia
pcm720

RTC: 18 USD incl. registered mail
Check Post for further information: http://www.atari-forum.com/viewtopic.php?p=344199#p344199

UK
paulofduarte

SDRAM XS 1.1 : 20 GBP
Being sold via eBay: Please check sellers thread for further information

Shipping:
UK: 1st class not tracked - Free. 1st class tracked - 1 GBP.
European Union: not tracked - 1 GBP.
Worldwide: not tracked - 2 GBP.

Check Post for further information: http://www.atari-forum.com/viewtopic.php?f=117&t=33613&start=25#p350188

sawf01
SD RAM XS V1.1: £18
Thermal backed heatsinks for FPGA chip: £3
USB Hub V1.2 including bridge board £35

UK Tracked postage: £2
European Tracked postage: £8
USA Tracked shipping: £9
Check Post for further information: http://www.atari-forum.com/viewtopic.php?f=117&t=33613&start=200#p358522

TWINKYTWONKA
IO Board (5.5): £30
SDRAM UNI version 3.1U vertically : £15
3d Printed Case : £16.45

All above as a pack: £56.45

UK postage: £3.50 - except RAM which is free shipping
European postage: £15

Being sold via eBay:eBay

Attention:
If people wish to contact me through the forum and pay via paypal I will donate 5% of the sale to the mister project (https://www.paypal.me/FPGAMiSTer) and 5% to the atari forum( donate@atari-forum.com). I’d rather the money went to some good use rather than on bloody ebay fees.

Check Post for further information: http://www.atari-forum.com/viewtopic.php?f=117&t=33613&start=350#p372714


As I might have forgotten people / put them into wrong catergories / have to update the items - please contact me and help for updating this topic
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Re: Local Sellers for MiSTer Expansion Boards

Postby Sorgelig » Sat Apr 28, 2018 5:58 pm

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Re: Local Sellers for MiSTer Expansion Boards

Postby hlide » Sat Apr 28, 2018 7:32 pm

@Thaase

IO Board: any picture? are they fully mounted (with/without fan)?

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Re: Local Sellers for MiSTer Expansion Boards

Postby Sorgelig » Sat Apr 28, 2018 8:24 pm

Since I/O Board is too complex and eventually more expensive, i suggest for sellers to make different options.
For example, TOSLink can be omitted. Fan can be omitted due to different users may find different fans for their preference.
I believe these 2 components already can reduce the price greatly. Connectors for external buttons and external LEDs can be also omitted as 99% users won't use it.

There also can be very light I/O option where VGA and Analog audio circuits will not be populated. So, I/O can be used for secondary SD with buttons and LEDs and place to mount fan (it's better to solder connector for fan always) - this should be pretty popular option as a core of I/O board.

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Postby THaase » Sat Apr 28, 2018 8:26 pm

I've started shipping out the first XSD2.4 boards with 128MB.
Status will stay at OFF STOCK until I've finished the preorder list (still some places available).
Same for the rest of the OFF STOCK items - will also stay off stock till preorders are finished.

SD Ram Boards XS 1.1 - 32MB(ON STOCK)
SD Ram Boards XS 2.2 - 32MB(OFF STOCK)
SD Ram Boards XS 2.2 - 64MB(OFF STOCK)
SD Ram Boards XSD 2.4 - 128MB(OFF STOCK)

IO Boards (5.5) with/without fan (OFF STOCK restocking)
RTC Boards (1.3 w/o AD74x) (OFF STOCK restocking)
USB Hub Board (own design) with 2xDB9 & 5x USB: 50€ (OFF STOCK restocking)
USB Hub Board (own design) with 6x USB: 30€ (OFF STOCK restocking)
Heatsinks available

USB Board comes with standoffs, connector board & power split cable
IO Board without fan comes with fan mounting material (fits at least for the Noctua) so Nylon Screws and Nut and connector material

Pictures:
IO.JPG

SDRam.JPG

RTC.JPG

Hub_DB9_1.JPG

Hub_USB.JPG
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Re:

Postby Sorgelig » Sat Apr 28, 2018 8:41 pm

THaase wrote:If I don't get an answer from the manufacturer till Wednesday I'll oder the fans elsewhere - using Noctua A4x10 5V with 68R resistor to go for maximum silence

There are 3 pin header through which 5V power is going to fan connector. It's reserved for fan control circuit. You can cut the trace between those 2 pins and solder 68R resistor if you will supply the board with this fan.

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Re: Local Sellers for MiSTer Expansion Boards

Postby THaase » Sat Apr 28, 2018 9:01 pm

I will think about, but I'll change the connector anyway - the original 3Pin (that fits also) has a long cable (too long to look good in my opinion).
And second reason: If I put 68R on the board You need a fan that starts at 3.0V - my second suggestion (for those who don't care about the height as they will not use a case: NB-BlackSilent Pro PM-1 and this needs 4.5 V as start voltage

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Re: Local Sellers for MiSTer Expansion Boards

Postby Sorgelig » Sat Apr 28, 2018 9:10 pm

THaase wrote:If I put 68R on the board You need a fan that starts at 3.0V

this option is only if you supply the board with mounted fan.

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Re: Local Sellers for MiSTer Expansion Boards

Postby ch570512 » Sun Apr 29, 2018 7:17 am

Hello!

I have a few Expansion Boards to sell. Original Sorgelig design.

SDRAM XS v2.2 for MiSTer FPGA DE10-NANO (32MB Version)
All SMD-parts are reflow-soldered using a stencil and checked under the microscope.
4M words x 4 banks x 16 bits = 256 Mbit = 32 MByte
https://www.ebay.de/itm/174039435321

FREE worldwide shipping (priority, unregistered)
Europe delivery-time is 2 to 3 days.
Worldwide delivery-time is likely under 7 days.
Usually shipped within 24 hours.

Best regards
Thorsten
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Re: Local Sellers for MiSTer Expansion Boards

Postby THaase » Sun Apr 29, 2018 7:36 am

First thing:
The fist topic will be updated regulary by myself.
That means: In the first topic will be a list of all people selling expansion boards at the moment - and not somewhere on the thread.
So if you don't have anymore boards - just tell me - I'll mark it and put you off the list. If you are back in business - you tell me and you get back.

Would be great if the first item coul be managed by more than just a person (we'll see if this might be possible)

The thread will be cleaned up (we'll see how to manage)

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Re: Local Sellers for MiSTer Expansion Boards

Postby ch570512 » Sun Apr 29, 2018 7:41 am

Ok, we will see how it works. BTW: Now shipping worldwide. :)
Just realized that it's only 0,50 CHF more and lowerd the price for the XS.

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Re: Local Sellers for MiSTer Expansion Boards

Postby pcm720 » Sun Apr 29, 2018 9:49 am

A thread like this one is a pretty good idea, but wouldn't it be better if the first post just included a link to a specific post from a seller?
This way we'll be able to update our posts with pictures/availability information without bothering THaase.

I guess I'll just repeat my previous message since it includes pictures with some extra information:
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Universal SDRAM Board v3.1U
Sold out.
All three were fully assembled and tested at 150 MHz for more than 2 hours without any issues.
I'm willing to sell them for 26 USD each including shipping via registered airmail and PayPal fees.


RTC Board
Three are available:
https://i.imgur.com/DvHXiwr.jpg
I'm willing to sell these for 18 USD each with shipping via registered airmail and PayPal fees included.

I also have one I/O PCB and some (but not all) necessary headers left.
https://i.imgur.com/JvbL5CE.jpg
Since I don't need that many PCBs and connectors, I'm willing to sell these for the same price I got them.
With shipping and PayPal fees, it'll be 8.5 USD.

Contact me if you're interested.
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Re: Local Sellers for MiSTer Expansion Boards

Postby Sorgelig » Sun Apr 29, 2018 12:16 pm

pcm720 wrote:A thread like this one is a pretty good idea, but wouldn't it be better if the first post just included a link to a specific post from a seller?
This way we'll be able to update our posts with pictures/availability information without bothering THaase.

Good idea!

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Re: Local Sellers for MiSTer Expansion Boards

Postby THaase » Sun Apr 29, 2018 12:40 pm

Already linked

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Re: SDRAM board

Postby laurit70x » Wed May 02, 2018 5:38 pm

:megaphone:
Could anyone kind person sell me SDRAM board with or without SDRAM chip ?
Many thanks
BR:Lauri

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Re: Local Sellers for MiSTer Expansion Boards

Postby retox » Wed May 02, 2018 7:02 pm

Hi there,

I also have an I/O board (v5.2) to sell (just the board without VGA Out, TOSLink analogue sound out and LEDs). In case you just need HDMI (for sound and video), the switches and the card reader it's exactly what you are looking for. Fan is attached and there is of course an appropriate CPU cooler added to the board by me. You only would need to buy the SDRAM-Module seperately from one of the sellers here on the board.

I bought it in the U.S. and payed 14$ for shipping and 28$ for the board with a heatsink but without fan. So I think 30€ with the fan (plus shipping) should be alright?

I'm living in Berlin, Germany

Best wishes, retox
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Re: SDRAM board

Postby THaase » Wed May 02, 2018 7:36 pm

laurit70x wrote::megaphone:
Could anyone kind person sell me SDRAM board with or without SDRAM chip ?
Many thanks
BR:Lauri

Please have a look to the first post - there are all regular sellers mentioned.

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Re: Local Sellers for MiSTer Expansion Boards

Postby uigiflip » Sun May 13, 2018 9:11 pm

Hi is your io board still available or sold?

retox wrote:Hi there,

I also have an I/O board (v5.2) to sell (just the board without VGA Out, TOSLink analogue sound out and LEDs). In case you just need HDMI (for sound and video), the switches and the card reader it's exactly what you are looking for. Fan is attached and there is of course an appropriate CPU cooler added to the board by me. You only would need to buy the SDRAM-Module seperately from one of the sellers here on the board.

I bought it in the U.S. and payed 14$ for shipping and 28$ for the board with a heatsink but without fan. So I think 30€ with the fan (plus shipping) should be alright?

I'm living in Berlin, Germany

Best wishes, retox
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Re: Local Sellers for MiSTer Expansion Boards

Postby uigiflip » Mon May 14, 2018 5:12 pm

Got no reply bought io board with ram elsewhere
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Re: Local Sellers for MiSTer Expansion Boards

Postby hlide » Sat May 19, 2018 4:22 pm

Thanks, @THaase!

I received the full I/O board and XS SDRAM board and they rock fine! My MiSTer has been running a memory test at 167 Mhz for an hour and no errors. So everything is perfect. I also added an RTC board I bought a long time ago. So now it only lacks a USB board to make it as complete and compact as possible.

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Re: Local Sellers for MiSTer Expansion Boards

Postby JimDrew » Fri May 25, 2018 6:28 pm

Please note that I am no longer selling SDRAM or RTC boards! I will have fans and heatsinks (heatsinks should be re-stocked by Monday).

I am working on an all new board for the DE-10 that has an I/O board, SDRAM board, and RTC board all combined into a single sided board. I may end up also adding a few USB ports to the board as there is plenty of room (using 0402/0603 parts and small push button switches). This board does not have optical audio output (I am not sure who actually uses that anymore since HDMI was released).
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Re: Local Sellers for MiSTer Expansion Boards

Postby mattsoft » Fri May 25, 2018 9:34 pm

JimDrew wrote:Please note that I am no longer selling SDRAM or RTC boards! I will have fans and heatsinks (heatsinks should be re-stocked by Monday).

I am working on an all new board for the DE-10 that has an I/O board, SDRAM board, and RTC board all combined into a single sided board. I may end up also adding a few USB ports to the board as there is plenty of room (using 0402/0603 parts and small push button switches). This board does not have optical audio output (I am not sure who actually uses that anymore since HDMI was released).


sounds like a cool project. keep us posted!

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Re: Local Sellers for MiSTer Expansion Boards

Postby sawf01 » Mon Jun 25, 2018 7:36 am

Hi guys,

Is there anyone selling/planning to sell the latest version of the USB board currently?

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Re: Local Sellers for MiSTer Expansion Boards

Postby THaase » Wed Jun 27, 2018 7:23 am

sawf01 wrote:Hi guys,

Is there anyone selling/planning to sell the latest version of the USB board currently?


Basically yes - I'll do 5.5 (or newer if Sorgelig invents something new) when my stack of 5.2 boards will drop far enough.
Parts are already here, but PCBs will ordered right before soldering starts.
So most likely - think about E/August or B/September with 5.5 IOs from my side.

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Re: Local Sellers for MiSTer Expansion Boards

Postby Sorgelig » Wed Jun 27, 2018 10:18 am

Question was about USB Hub board, not I/O Board ;)


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