1mbit dram chips?

From: Patrick Finnegan <pat_at_computer-refuge.org>
Date: Wed Nov 3 15:19:37 2004

On Wednesday 03 November 2004 15:16, Fred N. van Kempen wrote:
> Hi all,
> See... now I remember why I should not dive into yet another
> restoration project (such as my AT). It only causes me to
> need even MORE stuff :)
> My system came with one of the last NEAT-based mainboard, which
> did support both the 1Mbit DRAM chips, as well as those funky
> "SIPP" modules. It had 2 banks of those chips installed, and,
> at the time, I also had two banks of SIPPs in it, for a total
> of 4MB. For some reason, the SIPPs have been pulled, so I am
> now looking for a bunch of either SIPP modules, and/or about
> 18 of the 1Mbit chips to "fill the board." A 80286-12 copro
> would be fun, too.

I'm not completely certain, but am pretty sure you could probably
manufacture SIPPs out of 30-pin SIMMs by soldering a header to the
connector edge, which shouln't be much too difficult.

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