OT memory too cheap to pass up

From: Jeff Hellige <jhellige_at_earthlink.net>
Date: Sat Jan 27 07:19:57 2001

>Seriously though, a way cool classic hack would be a memory card for
>the VAX that took "modern" SIMMs or DIMMs.

        I've got a Dataram DR224 8MB memory upgrade for the Digital
MicroVAX and
MicroVAX II. It is populated with 288 ZIPs (M5M4256L-150). I hate
to even think how big a pain it would've been to insert those ZIPs if
they had been socketed! I remember the hassle involved in upgrading
them in my A3000 a few years ago. According to Dataram, this board
was manufactured somtime in '86.

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Received on Sat Jan 27 2001 - 07:19:57 GMT

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