[j-nsp] FPC SD Ram

Richard A Steenbergen ras at e-gerbil.net
Mon Jan 20 11:30:05 EST 2003

On Mon, Jan 20, 2003 at 12:15:48AM -0500, Phil Rosenthal wrote:
> Hello.
> M20/M40 FPC's have what looks to me to be 2 64MB PC100 ECC SDRam chips.
> Does anyone know what this memory is used for?  Are the chips standard
> chips (ie if they fail, can they be replaced with off the shelf parts)?
> Can you upgrade them to say 256MB of ram if you had a special
> application?

You could probably ask the same question about the DIMM on the SSB.

While we're asking that question, what is the maximum amount of ram you 
can put into an RE-2.0? IE will they take bigger than 256MB dimms, and how 
much total?

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