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Hey Tony!
Good point that I forgot to mention, and from the posting with the original question, these seem to be ECC moduless and not ture parity!
!
bob

Hoover, Tony wrote:
Sorry for being late on this, but...
Make sure that your using "TRUE PARITY" SIMMs/DIMMs.
I once bought some memory for my EB64+ only to find out that there was such
thing as "Logic parity" SIMMs. Rather than having a memory chip for the parity bit, the SIMM had logic to
generate what the parity bit should be.  Alphas can't handle that type of
memory.


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-----Original Message-----
From: axp-list-bounces@xxxxxxxxxx [mailto:axp-list-bounces@xxxxxxxxxx] On
Behalf Of heviarti@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Sent: Friday, February 23, 2007 10:32 PM
To: axp-list@xxxxxxxxxx
Subject: Ram questions

  I've got a server 3300 that's billed as accepting 60ns EDO ECC dimms. I
have a set of four that fit the following specs. why don't they run?
 would compaq #228471-002 or HP D6114A. work better?

 Technology (Extended Data Out - Module)


 Part Number        30000441-99
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 Current Rev        B
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 Macola X-Ref       same as 30000441-00
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 Description        D168B;16X72E;EDO;60;3V;4K;1.25
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 Module/PCB         D168B
 Standard
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 OEM                SUN
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 PCB Number         120347CG
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 Memory Banks       2B
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 Address Depth      16
 (MBytes)
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 Data Width (Bits)  72
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 Parity             No
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 ECC                Yes
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 Power              Standard
 (Low/Standard)
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 Self Refresh       No
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 Quad CAS           No
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 Size (Bytes)       128M
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 Refresh (Cycles)   4K
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 Module Height      1.250
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 Module Width       5.250
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 Voltage            3.3Volts
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 Speed (NSec)       60NS
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 DRF No
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 Notes              DRf 0248
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