Anyone recognize MK4116E ?

From: Eric Smith <>
Date: Mon Jan 17 19:16:02 2005

Dave wrote:
> about a dozen interesting looking chips, which are
> labled: MK4116E-3

That's the part number of the individual CLCC chips, not
the complete part. The complete part is an MK4332.

> This appear to be a 9-pin DIP ceramic carrier with
18 pin

> two smaller chips mounted on-top - each of the smaller
> chips has the MK4116E-3 designation. The smaller chips
> also have 9 pins, however they are not DIP but rather in
> a 4, 5, 4, 5 arrangement all the way around the device.

18 contact each, of which only 16 are used. Those are
plain old 16K DRAMs.

> Anyone recognize these? My guess is some sort of RAM
> (dynamic)? Clearly not the same as a standard 4116 DRAM.

Just two of them packaged together.

> anyone know what they were used in?

Some PC clones. Some Apple IIIs. Various other stuff.

Received on Mon Jan 17 2005 - 19:16:02 GMT

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