Oddball memory (?) sticks....

From: Mike Ford <mikeford_at_socal.rr.com>
Date: Sat Oct 6 13:10:36 2001

>Another 'whats-it' question here. I have two kinds of, what look like 72-pin
> The first is only 64 pin, has 8 chips (AAA1M300J-08 NMBS 9122),
>with an empty spot for a 9th chip. Printed on the back - "1X964P A (in a
>circle) 9115". Apparently made by Microtech. My guess is it's 1MB non-parity
>memory, but I don't know what uses 64 pin memory sticks. I have 4 of these
> The second is 68 pin, 2 chip memory. Printed on the back, they're
>made in 1994, in the USA, by Cubig Inc. Model number (I think) of VM512K.
>512KB memory sticks? Have 3 of them...

AST and Mac IIfx use different types of 64 pin simms, could be for either
or neither.

The 68 pin is early Macintosh Vram, around the Quadra era I think.
Received on Sat Oct 06 2001 - 13:10:36 BST

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