DEC MS630/M7609 Question

Glen Slick glen.slick at
Wed Jul 10 12:08:22 CDT 2019

> The simple answer is to install it in a uVAX2 system and see what it
> says :-)

Or look up the part number on one of the DRAM chips, count the number
of DRAM chips, and then work out the total.

If the M7609 uses 256Kbit DRAM chips (as all MS630 boards do), then 9
of them are 256KB with parity, 36 of them are 1MB, and the total of
288 256Kbit DRAM chips on the M7609 is a total of 8MB.

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