Subject: Re: 3000/300 : SCSI speed & RAM questions
To: Marcus Frey <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: nm <email@example.com>
Date: 02/01/2000 10:26:08
At 04:05 PM 2/1/00 +0100, Marcus Frey wrote:
>> >The DEC3000-300 accepts PS/2-SIMMs with parity only. You can
>> >use pairs of 8MB or 32MB modules.
>> 8mb or 32mb? I dunno, man, I'm running about four of them
>> with nothing but 16mb SIMMs.
>DEC's Systems and Options Catalog for the DEC3000-300 says:
>MS16-BA 16-Mbyte module sets (2x8-Mbyte, 4-Mbit, 70-ns DRAM module)
>MS16-DA 64-Mbyte module sets (2x32-Mbyte, 4-Mbit, 70-ns DRAM module)
To me, this seems to imply that MS160-BA is a set of two 8MB simms,
and MS16-DA is a set of two 32MB simms.
2x8Mbyte <- the 2 specifies the quantity of 8Mbyte simms.