Subject: RE: 72 pin SIMM memories
To: John A. Maier <>
From: Anders Hogrelius SdU <>
List: port-vax
Date: 02/21/2000 00:07:31
On Sun, 20 Feb 2000, John A. Maier wrote:

> So do all VAXstation 3100 and up use an 80pin SIMM or is it just the   
> 76SPX?

No, the m38 uses a proprietary memoryboard that has the IC's soldered
directly to it. It's connected to the mainboard with two connectors that
quite closely resembles the socket for the SPX graphics card. The memory-
card itself is about half the size of a SPX board. The same board was
also used in the VT1300 X-terminal, but since the VT1300 was a VS3100m38
minus the diskcontroller this comes as no surprise.



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