[SATLUG] An AT (antique computer) question

Charles Hogan cd_satl at futuretechsolutions.com
Thu May 8 03:00:10 CDT 2008

I also recall some MB's that had both SIMM and DIMM sockets when DIMMs 
were first staring to hit the shelves.  If I recall correctly, you could 
use either the SIMMs or the DIMMs, but not both.  I may still have one 
of those machines collecting dust somewhere.  Ahh - the good old days, 
having to buy matching SIMMs, setting jumpers on everything you put into 
the machine...

Mike Ester wrote:
> 2008/5/7 Don Crowder <donguitar at gmail.com>:
>> I'm tinkering with an old AT whitebox (Cyrix M-II 333) which has two RAM
>> slots for typical 66 MHz RAM cards, the type of cards which go into the slot
>> at a roughly 45 degree angle and lock in place when the card is raised to 90
>> degrees.  Right next to those RAM sockets is what looks like an ordinary
>> PC100 RAM slot (I'm guessing I should have typed PC66 but that's only
>> conjecture on my part as I've never seen one).  What's the story on that
>> third, different slot?  Does anyone know?
>> It could be a slot for a an old CPU cache card. This one is for a Mac, but
> it is still an example of what I am talking about:
> http://www.micromac.com/products/512k_l2_cache_card.html

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