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WeasleRx7

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Good evening all. I hope eveyone is well.

Is it possible to to tell what kind of memory I have here if it's not in a PC??

Particularly if it is ECC, buffered, or anything else that people might want to know about it?

The label reads as follows:-

IRL DEM DP100-064322E
PC100-222-620 256MB
0032-0150-0195
*32MX64*

The Chips read:-

SAMSUNG 013
K4S280832A-TC1H
UCBG92BA KOREA

UCBG85BA-KOREA (on the chips on the back)

Printed on the PCB:-

PC16872 A3
E88391
94V-0
SMO4VO

Thanks in advance :tazz:
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First this is PC100 memory that is not ECC. The 64 in the 32X64 tells you this. If the memory was ECC it would read 32X72 because there is 8 extra bits added for the error correcting.

Second 32X64 tells you it is a 256 MB module. If it was 16X64 it would be a 128MB module, and a 8X64 would be a 64MB module.

buffered and ECC mean the same thing.

hope this helps.

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Just what I needed to know.

Many many thanks. :tazz:
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