DIY Options for MyTek's 576NUC+ and internal FujiNet! 576 NUC NUC+
In an effort to make the easier on all concerned, I have changed the ordering system. Please email if you want something outside of these options.
SMD Versions ARE BUILD TO ORDER ITEMS. It will take 30-45 **Business** days to build, test, and ship. Delays can (and probably will) happen. If this is not acceptable, please do not order. Cancellations will be subject to penalty.
This is an option for those of you wanting to build your own 576NUC+. Please be advised that NO support will be given on how to build this. If you order this, it is presumed that you have the necessary skills to assemble it AND you are adult enough to accept the responsibilities for your actions. Mistakes happen to the best of us and if you are someone who is won't to blame someone else for your mistakes, please go elsewhere.
Finally, and this should go without saying, please please please do the research on this unit. MyTek's website is CHOCK full of information. AtariAge thread has a ton of info. Sometime in the far future, I will try to write a manual like I did for the the XLD. Until then, please read up on the unit. There is also a QuickStart guide from Andrew Diller (This covers the non-FujiCart unit, but is useful generally)
The 576NUC+ is a small (116.8 mm* 79.8 mm) Atari computer! It uses all original Atari LSI 40pin chips and, thus, is 100% compatible. It features a custom OS ROM to allow it to function beautifully.
Standard RAM is 576k
Schematics (created by MyTek) are available HERE
NTSC/PAL: NTSC is the main board only. PAL option adds the PAL Colorburst board. Given the complexity of putting the SMD chips on the ColorBurst board, choosing this option "with SMD" will result in you receiving a fully assembled ColorBurst board. T
FujiNet: Adds the FujiNet daughterboard to the mix. There is no SMD option as the SMD chips are fairly easy to solder on.
FujiNet+Cartridge: Adds the Main FujiCart board and the cart port sub-board There is no SMD option as the SMD chips are fairly easy to solder on.
S-Drive: Adds the main S-Drive module board There is no SMD option as the SMD chips are fairly easy to solder on.