Looking for the tin man (16MB FPM with tin leads)

Looking for the tin man (16MB FPM with tin leads)

Post by Louis Ohla » Mon, 31 Mar 2008 07:41:54



In the quest for terminal stupidity, I'm looking for six sticks of
tin lead 16MB FPM simms to populate a pair of PS64 memory adapters.

Where?
 
 
 

Looking for the tin man (16MB FPM with tin leads)

Post by Rick Ekbla » Mon, 31 Mar 2008 09:32:12


Does it have to be Fast Page Mode memory? I've got plenty of IBM FRU
92G7323 SIMMs (tin/lead, 16MB, non-parity, 60ns, EDO) with the PD
jumpers well laid-out for modifications.

Rick Ekblaw

 
 
 

Looking for the tin man (16MB FPM with tin leads)

Post by Louis Ohla » Mon, 31 Mar 2008 09:47:40

EDO? Would that work on the PS64 memory adapter?
 
 
 

Looking for the tin man (16MB FPM with tin leads)

Post by Rick » Mon, 31 Mar 2008 09:52:25


I have no idea... I don't have a PS64 to try them on, and the link to
the PDF (on Kingston's web site) fails, so I've got no reference
material to look it up.

Rick Ekblaw
 
 
 

Looking for the tin man (16MB FPM with tin leads)

Post by Louis Ohla » Mon, 31 Mar 2008 09:57:11

http://www.yqcomputer.com/

KTM2000/M70 2MB
KTM4000/M70 4MB
KTM-8000/M70 8MB
KTM0129 8MB
KTM-16000/M70 16MB
KTM4X36L-80 16MB

I used some IBM 4M 80nS, PN 68X6343, FRU 92F3337