[rescue] memory identification

Hicheal Morton mh1272 at gmail.com
Wed Feb 10 13:49:36 CST 2016

IIRC, the "-8" indicates 80ns.
While, I have successfully used non-Sun HDDs, boards for Sun servers, and USB
boards, I have never tried non-Sun RAM until Sun issued the commodity/pc

That said, there should lots of discussion in the SunHelp family of lists
about 3rd party memory on the time.


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> On Feb 10, 2016, at 12:43 PM, CLIFFORD HAIGHT <klemish at hotmail.com> wrote:
> My SPARCstation came with one 64mb module installed...
> Says SAMSUNG KMM5114440001G-8 then next to that say KOREA 9317.
> I couldn't find any information on this chip..
> Is this a 80 or 60 ns chip
> I added a Kingston KTS-64/S10, I though I found specs on this chip before I
> bought it but am not have much luck now.
> Are any any of these better or worse than the Sun 501-2480 chips (Kingston
> KTS7001)?   I've been able to find KTS7001s for sigbificantly less than what
> could buy KTS-64/S10 chips.    The KTS-64/S10 chip looks brand new and
> especially in this old SPARCstation where are the other contacts look a
> grey.
> Should I try to clean this board or would cleaning do more harm than good?
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