[rescue] UE1 memory prices?
rnovak at indyramp.com
Tue May 13 22:21:08 CDT 2003
On Tue, May 13, 2003 at 11:04:28PM -0400, Curtis H. Wilbar Jr. wrote:
> RAM is cheap for these... RAM from SS20 and up will work in a UE1.
> Since you have plenty of slots, go with what you can get cheaply...
> 32MB or 64MB sticks.... I'm sure they are plenty on ebay, and I'm
> sure there are people here on the list who probably have some available
> as well.
I seem to have some spare "mismatched" 64s around (they're in pairs, which is
fine for Ultra 1, but may not be identical banks of 4). Bug me offlist if
you want some... I'm open to some trades or outright sale. (this is mainly
aimed at Tim, but if someone else wants some feel free to ask... I'll see
what I can do)
> I'd suggest at 128MB would be good, with 256MB being great for most purposes.
Agreed. I don't think the Ultra 1 does special interleaving, so you
can edge your way up in density without any performance hits. i.e.
a pair of 128s, a pair of 64s, and a pair of 32s will coexist happily.
> >Date: Tue, 13 May 2003 20:04:48 -0400
> >From: "Tim H." <lists at pellucidar.net>
> >Subject: [rescue] UE1 memory prices?
> >I have an Ultra Enterprise 1 with 64M in it, what is a reasonable number
> >for a machine to learn Solaris 9 on (I know it officially wants 96M),
> >and what kind of prices are appropriate these days?
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