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You may do it yourself. That's a great tool getting away from bricks :)
 
== Dual Parallel Flash  ==
 
== Dual Parallel Flash  ==
[[File:Dual_parallel_flash.jpg|400px|thumb|left|Dual flash "pie". One for keeping working firmware image. Flash chips are selectable by a tumbler switch]]
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[[File:Pie2.jpg|400px|thumb|left|Detailed "pie" structure. In a yellow ellipse you can see blue lines, that shows how to bend pins]]
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File:Dual_parallel_flash.jpg|Dual flash "pie". One for keeping working firmware image. Flash chips are selectable by a tumbler switch
[[File:Pie1.jpg|300px|thumb|left|VCC is connected to pull-up resistors]]
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File:Pie2.jpg|Detailed "pie" structure. In a yellow ellipse you can see blue lines, that shows how to bend pins
[[File:Pull-ups.jpg|300px|thumb|left|Resistors are about 100 k?. Please note that green and red wires are also connected to their corresponding flash chip's chip select signal]]
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File:Pie1.jpg|VCC is connected to pull-up resistors
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File:Pull-ups.jpg|Resistors are about 100 k&Omega;. Please note that green and red wires are also connected to their corresponding flash chip's chip select signal
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File:Dual_par_flash_in_board.jpg|On board with less sockets, so there is enough space to insert PCI cards
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== Dual SPI Flash  ==
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This one might need to make a small PCB
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File:Dual_spi_flash4.jpg|On top is DIP flash
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File:Dual_spi_flash3.jpg|SOIC flash, also some extension for fitting to board
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File:Dual_spi_flash2.jpg|On [[ASRock_E350M1|ASRock E350M1]]
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File:Dual_spi_flash.jpg|On [[ASRock_E350M1|ASRock E350M1]]
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Latest revision as of 16:09, 1 July 2011

You may do it yourself. That's a great tool getting away from bricks :)

Dual Parallel Flash


Dual SPI Flash

This one might need to make a small PCB