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Physikant Posted - 09/09/2021 : 09:14:14
Hi guys,

i started a project to add the DVI socket and components to my V5500 PCI. I found V4 the mod by Anthony, posted here by cicara, but i can't find any hints for the V5. So I have to do it myself :)

Luckily, I work as an electronics engineer and have some experience with such things. I am willing to report by progress.

But I need some help! I need high resolution detail images of the V5500 MAC of the area where the dvi-IC should be populated. I made some images to show these regions:

Edit: URGH, the images are gigantic. Can someone explain me, how to resize them in the img-tag?

Here is the top side (unpopulated, my V5500 PCI):
http://www.nikolas-becker.de/v5500pcitopmark.jpg
And here the bottom side:
http://www.nikolas-becker.de/v5500pcibotmark.jpg
The resolution should be high enough to read the small markings on the resistors, here is an example:


This should be achievable with a good moble phone or a scanner nowdays. I hope, someone is willing to help me ...

Best regards,
Niko

 

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