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memory speed identification?


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chimpyboy

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Hi there,
I've have a bunch of old memory chips that were pulled out of machines, and I've been looking for a guide or something to help me identify the capacity and speed.

Does anyone out there know how to tell this info from looking at a chip? A lot of the codes on them are latin to me.

For example, I have one chip that is 128MB SDRAM, 168 PIN, but I can't tell if it's PC100 or PC133 or something else....can anyone guide me or direct me to someone who can?

Thanks
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what the heck, I did some searching and came up w/ this handy page, so I'll post it here and maybe someone else can use it as well....

http://www.chipmunk....nufacturers.htm
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Nice Find :tazz:

-=jonnyrotten=- ;)
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