Subject: Re: Memory secrets for the Qube 2?
To: None <>
From: Christian von Kleist <>
List: port-cobalt
Date: 07/24/2003 10:55:38
     I had about fifteen or twenty 72-pin EDO simms lying around which
turned out to include about five sets of two (as you know this format
was commonly installed in banks of two).  I googled the numbers on
the PCB of a few of them and they were all 5v.  Too bad!  :)

     Looks like I'll have to fork out $60 after all.

c v k @ z y b x . c o m

<quote who="Rich Lafferty">
> On Thu, Jul 24, 2003 at 09:48:47AM +0200, lasse <>
> wrote:
>> Ahumm... i ripped memory form my really old p90 machine... works like
>> a charm.
>> don't by new stuff when you can use old discarded FREE modules... i'm
>> sure someone you know has them just lying around...
> It would be very rare to find 72-pin 3.3v EDO simms lying around. If
> they were common, there wouldn't be a supply problem in the first place.
> Not all Qubes required 3.3v RAM, though, but the Qube 2 did. Perhaps you
> have a Qube which runs on generic RAM.
>   -Rich
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> Rich Lafferty
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