What's this???

From: Richard Erlacher <edick_at_idcomm.com>
Date: Sat Dec 18 22:39:12 1999

I've got a mystery before me . . . there's a component, probably a 64Kx8
SRAM but, who knows? I can't find a lead on the manufacturer or whatever.
The part's numbered GLT751208-15 and four of them comprised the data cache
on an old '486 motherboard climing to have 256KB of cache. That, combined
with the number of the part, 512 for the number of k-bits and 08 for the
data width . . . looks right, but I haven't seen a data sheet for a 64kByte
Sram in a 32-pin package. All the ones I've seen are 128kByte parts.

As it stands, I'm inclined to wire one of these as the memory on an
8-bitter. Any inputs?


Received on Sat Dec 18 1999 - 22:39:12 GMT

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