[rescue] SS10 / SS20 Memory and SS10 or SS20 Clone?

Jochen Kunz jkunz at unixag-kl.fh-kl.de
Fri Jul 18 04:09:51 CDT 2003

On 2003.07.18 04:28 Sandwich Maker wrote:

> it's somewhat risky.  the ss20 memory timing is designed around 60ns
> simms.  afaik you won't get wait states, just hot chips trying to run
> too fast and maybe massive bit errors.
OK. I will go and ePay some RAM...

> that smells more like an ss10sx, but iirc they used the ss20 chipset,
> so if it was 'chipped' to 100/50 MHz system clock it would be
> essentially a 20.  and the prom is a good sign.
Hmm. The machine looks mostly, but not exactely like the SS10 on
It has a 80 MHz oscillator and ISDN blow the MBUS slots. So with the
13W3 connector it looks like a slightly different SS10.

> does it have an isdn connector?
> i don't remember if the 10sx still did.
The SS10SX has no ISDN:


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