[rescue] Memory for an AXi?
adh at an.bradford.ma.us
Fri Dec 30 13:10:22 CST 2005
" From: Patrick Finnegan <pat at computer-refuge.org>
" jwb-tech at picarefy.com declared on Friday 30 December 2005 00:03:
" > Can somebody give me the Sun part numbers of memory that's compatible
" > with an AXi? I scored one for $15 this morning (300MHz/512K CPU, 256M
" > RAM, FFB2+). RePC doesn't know a lot about workstations and it's in a
what's repc's website?
" of course, one of the nice features on the AXi's is that they have more
" PCI and memory slots (and an ATX formfactor).
one of these days...
i lust after an axi in a dell small desktop case - one of the smallest
atx cases i know of. i think the 85w ps would -just- be enough.
" It appears to use the same memory as the U5 and U10:
" 370-3796 [F] 32MB DIMM, 50ns
" 370-3797 [F] 64MB DIMM, 50ns
" 370-3798 [F] 128MB DIMM, 50ns
" 370-3799 [F] 256MB DIMM, 50ns
" 370-3211 [F] [S] 16MB DIMM, 60ns
" 370-3198 [F] 32MB DIMM, 60ns
" 370-3199 [F] 64MB DIMM, 60ns
" 370-3200 [F] 128MB DIMM, 60ns
" 370-3201 [F] 256MB DIMM, 60ns
" Basically 3.3V EDO ECC 168-pin DIMMs, though because of the addressing
" method that Sun used (10 v 11 column I think), you may only be able to
" use 1/2 of the module if it's not a Sun DIMM.
i think that means it has to be pc100-compatible or 16-chip. -some-
pc133 are 8-chip and have the incompatible addressing. this affects
peecees of a certain vintage too.
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