[lug] Memory?

Robert L. Harris Robert.L.Harris at rnd-consulting.com
Sun Mar 12 19:08:06 MST 2000

I'm guessing it's buffered then.  The notch is farther from the center than

I'm looking for the part #.


Thus spake Calvin Dodge (caldodge at fpcc.net):

> "Robert L. Harris" wrote:
> > 
> > I have 3 DIMMS I'm trying to sell.  I got them in a trade and I can't use
> > them.  One of the notches seems off just a bit and I don't think shoving
> If the notch is "off" then it's a different variety of DIMM - unbuffered DIMMs'
> notches are slightly closer to the center of the DIMM than buffered ones'
> notches.
> > At any rate, I know they're 256Meg EDO dimms.  I'm trying to find specs
> > on them but I can't find a match at memory.com....  Any suggestions?
> Have you tried hunting for for the chip model number at www.google.com?
> Calvin
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