Subject: Re: HP simms/9000/345
To: Petter Adsen <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Herb Peyerl <email@example.com>
Date: 03/25/1997 07:16:48
Petter Adsen <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > ...I'm not sure hwo big they are, but I'll take a guess that they were
> > 4M each ... for the record, this memory _should_ work in 345, 375, 380,
> > 400, 425, and 433 systems. It _may_ work in 340 systems, but I'm not
> > sure.
345/375/380/4xx memory doesn't work in 340's. the modules are wider (including
the connector) than the 340 modules. Also, I don't think a 340 can have more
than 16MB (at least I've never seen a 340 memory module bigger than 4MB).
> Maybe this is slightly off-topic, but I was just wondering if anyone knew how
> much RAM these beasts can take? Seems my 400t won't accept more than 40MB - is
> this a known fact, or something wrong with my machine/memory boards?
HP9000/380/425 (25MHz MC68040 CPU+MMU+FPU, 4k on-chip physical I/D caches)
real mem = 54513664
avail mem = 45359104
I have 6 8MB modules and 2 4MB modules because I took a couple of my 8's
and put them in a web-server.
btw, mine is technically a 433s. (at 25mhz)