Subject: Re: AS1200 Memory question.
To: Stephen M Jones <email@example.com>
From: schaecsn <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 12/26/2001 19:31:13
I just tried it for PCs. I do use 100Mhz modules in a 66Mhz system. I
was told that you can even 133Mhz modules.
I know of no reason why an Alpha should be different.
Stephen M Jones wrote:
> The AS1200 can support 4gigs of PC66 ECC SDRAM registered
> unbuffered. The maximum size of each module being
> 256mb (256mb * 16 slots = 4096mb).
> I was told that PC100 ECC SDRAM registered unbuffered
> will work as well. Infact, faster bus speed RAM will
> work as long as it will meet the other requirements.
> I'm wondering if others are doing this? When you look
> at the prices of RAM today where the only difference
> between the module is PC66 vs PC100 (other than the
> price being double for the PC66!) you'd have to ask
> this question too.
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