Available: Internal Memory Expansion for Pro-3xx

From: Jerome Fine <jhfine_at_idirect.com>
Date: Mon Jan 18 09:26:48 1999

>David C. Jenner wrote:

> I have a couple of internal memory expansion boards for the DEC
> Pro-350. They have 128KB of memory (64Kbit chips). These work
> in 350s and probably in 380s, too. You can desolder the 64Kbit
> chips and put (sockets with) 256Kbit chips on them, solder in two
> jumpers, and they become 512KB memory expansion boards (which work
> for sure on the 380 and maybe on the 350).
> (Note: This board does not plug into the expansion connectors,
> but does plug directly in to the mother board.)
> If you want one let me know. They're free, but if I get more
> requests than I have boards, I'll give preference to anyone with
> something to trade.

Jerome Fine replies:

I think I have a working Pro-350 and would likely appreciate having
more memory. However, my primary focus is with an actual PDP-11
on a Qbus, so if these boards are requested by someone else, please
send them to a warm home. Sometime next year, I will have to go
through my collection of PDP-11 hardware and sort out what I want to
keep for the long term. I would appreciate some guidance on what is
reasonable to keep for at least a 20 year period.

Sincerely yours,

Jerome Fine
RT-11/TSX-PLUS User/Addict
Received on Mon Jan 18 1999 - 09:26:48 GMT

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