[rescue] Good way to identify RAM?
jorge234q at yahoo.com
Fri Sep 14 14:42:48 CDT 2007
--- Earl Baugh <earl at baugh.org> wrote:
> Ok, I've got a small metric buttload of SIMMs / DRAM
> that has been
> mysteriously growing over
> here (what with the rescues I've done recently,
> But after that, Googling hasn't been kind. Does
> anybody have some good references for
> identifying? I've got
> is somewhat
> helpful. Found this
> But all told, haven't found a good RAM Rosetta
> Most helpful suggestion (aside from "ship it all to
> me" 8-) ) gets first
> dibbs on what they want from the buckets...
I usually look up the part numbers on the "chips"
and make guesstimates from there. Being a hardware
engineer, I have a metric buttload of *databooks*
so this is usually a lead pipe cinch.
Of course, that tells me what the *geometry* is
likely to be but doesn't tell me what *machine*
it is likely to come out of! :< (I've had some
nasty surprises plugging Alpha SIMMs into non-Alpha
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