I'm looking for 72pin ECC modules, 64 MB of them (meaning 4x16 MB should
do) for a Alpha board.
For anyone interested, i've got a P2 Motherboard and a Celeron 266 MHz
(think it is) to give away. Should both be in working condition, but
don't hang me up on it. I haven't had a look at it for quite a while.
(contact info on --> http://www.marlow.dk/)
On man, 2005-02-21 at 11:42 +0000, Ronan Cunniffe wrote:
>> On Sun, 20 Feb 2005, ajh wrote:
>> > Clearing out some older stuff to make space for newer stuff. These are
> > all to collect in Clontarf, Dublin in the evening or at the weekend.
> > Servers:
> > Dell Poweredge 4100/200
> > 200MHz Pentium Pro - 64MB Ram - with CD and Floppy Drive - No HDD.
> > On-board Adaptec AIC-7880 ultra/ultra-wide and Adaptec AIC-7860 ultra/ultra-wide
> > Hewlett Packard Netserver 5/166 LS2
> > Dual P166 MHz - (one cpu failure) - 196MB Ram - On-Board Adaptec
> > AIC-7870 and HPDA corp Mylex Raid controller.
> > with CD and Floppy Drive - 4 x HD bays - 1 x 4GB drive working.
> > with 3 x 10/100 network cards
> > Cases:
> > Vasco AT Full Tower Cases w/230W PSU - (boxed - new).
> > Motherboards:
> > Dual ALR P133 motherboard incl 2 x P133 CPU and 56MB Ram (in 1 x AST
> > Manhattan Full tower server case with 300W AT PSU)
> > Intel P1 motherboard incl P166 CPU and 24MB Ram
> > Computer:
> > AST Manhattan Series 560 - P166 CPU - 32MB Ram - Floppy and CD Drive -
> > onboard graphics SIS 6205.
>> Some of those machines are probably using 72-pin SIMMS. I have a baggie
> of about a dozen of these, including matched pairs (I think they're
> 8-16MB, possibly 32), and a few older non-EDO which might only be 4MB.
>> Anybody in Dublin interested?
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