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From: John Grzesiak (johngpcrd.net)
Date: Wed Dec 03 2008 - 11:26:26 CST
I have Indy's too... They are standard FPM parity as are the Indigo's
2's, in addition to the Challenge-S machines. SGI only went proprietary
dedicated server class hardware...
So chances are they will suffice. if they are cheap enough, try a set out.
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Quoting Marc Schlensog <mschlensredhat.com>:
> On Wed, 3 Dec 2008 15:44:03 +0200
> "Vesselin Kenashkov" <kenashkovgmail.com> wrote:
>> On Wed, Dec 3, 2008 at 3:39 PM, Marc Schlensog <mschlensredhat.com>
>> > No. The offered memory is reg/buffered SD-RAM, which came way past
>> > the obsolesence of the DEC3000. You need fast page mode SIMMs
>> > (pre-decessor of edo). Not even sure if PS/2 works.
>> > b.r.,
>> > Marc
>> In that case SGI Indy memory *might* work for him. AFAIK Indy uses
>> 50/60nsec FPM modules.
> As I said: I'm not sure if the DEC3000 uses PS/2 memory. I know that
> the Noname/AXPpci33 and the Multia/UDB use them (72pin FPM w/ true
> parity). If the DEC3000 uses the same memory, yes, then he can use Indy
> memory. If not and it's something proprietary (which wouldn't surprise
> me), he's a bit out of luck.
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