At 11:29 AM 2/1/2002 -0600, you wrote:
Of course, 4900 feedbacks is alot too. From the
picture, the simms look
like 70ns parity ram, but since the picture is off center, and he states
they are 80ns, the only way to know for sure would be to ask him. 70ns
parity modules could be used in many computers besides a Mac, but 60ns
would be much better for mid to late 486 and early pentium PC type boards.
I don't recall seeing board that claimed to support 16M 30 pin
simms. Do they 'automagically' support this size, or is it just a small
group that actually used 'em?