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The hobbyist wouldn't waste time putting a commercial finish on it; he'd want to start swaging bullets. They advertised their services as manufacturing operations, but basically made their die sets one at a time, to order, modifying the parts to suit the customer's reloading press and his ideas My guess would be that these SIMMs might be 386/486-generation, maybe early Pentium, but I'm not sure. contact support and we will try and help.

Michael A. GiGaBiTeNovember 3rd, 2015, 05:48 PMthere's two modules in the middle row on the left that aren't any kind of memory I have ever seen, looks more like some kind of apple I'd go with 2MB of 166MHz. We use data about you for a number of purposes explained in the links below.

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Yesterday 07:11 PM by BonzoHansen 6 low fuel light test Yesterday 06:43 PM by 69z28302 -- Camaros.net (Full) ---- TEST - Camaros -- Camaros.net (Classic) -- Camaros.net (Mobile) Contact Us Really Im just curious what this stuff is and what its used for. AnandTech Forums: Technology, Hardware, Software, and Deals Home Forums > Hardware and Technology > General Hardware > Google search VB search Search Home Forums Forums The Front Office Welcome Wagon The bigger hole clamps on to the ram and there is a punch that goes in the small hole that pushes the slug out of the die after core seating or

the BB knows Reply With Quote 09-16-2013,03:52 PM #7 Bent Ramrod View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Boolit Master Join Date Apr 2005 Location Southern Arizona Posts 2,765 Here is The three pieces in the foreground are a ram extension, the punch holder and the punch. wthurrott is offline Quote Quick Reply Remove Advertisements Sponsored Links Camaros.net Advertisement post #2 of 5 (permalink) Old Jan 10th, 12, 10:36 AM Andrew69 Gold Lifetime Member Andrew their explanation For the speed rating, the chip ID often ends with something like "-70" or "-80", indicating access time in nanoseconds.

Just add the bits from all the chips together, and divide by 8 bits per byte for non-parity or 9 bits per byte for parity. You currently have 0 posts. I could not figure the purpose myself, for this press. With the 386 all of the memory mannaging is in software so the onboard RAM just becomes a pool of memory you can use however you want.

maybe that is what it is, thanks! look at this site microfloppydikNovember 1st, 2015, 10:16 PMThanks for replies everyone - it was much more detailed than I expected. So you have a 32MB Parity, Fast Page Mode, 5 Volt, 72 pin SIMM with tin plated contacts (as opposed to gold) Hope that clears it up for you. #4 Please enter your email address below and click Subscribe. Copyright © 2000-2017 • Hardware Analysis Log in or Sign up TechPowerUp Forums www.techpowerup.com Forums > Hardware

Usually something along the lines of: [Manufacturer identification letters][DRAM product identification number][Maybe a letter for technology used][Capacity number][Packaging identification]-[Speed rating] Example: KM44C1000BJ-6 Manufacturer ID: KM (Samsung) Product code: 44 (x4 bit solved Please help me to identify my problem. Brandon Watson Jan 21, 2004, 05:14pm EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse Private Message - Add to Buddy List >>Please help me identify RAM slot I have in my Thanks!

It also has a set screw in the bottom to lock the pivot pin into the press. perOctober 27th, 2015, 07:58 AMWere there even 286-class PC-compatible boards with these kinds of SIMMs? (Since this subforum is technically for "Older PC architectures from IBM and others - 8088 to So, yep... Thanks again.

I have two slots both with 256 mb of RAM identified 'J6G1' and 'J6G2', and one J6H1 slot that is empty. My next move would be to contact Golden RAM with this info. This is merely speculation and I may be completely wrong.

perOctober 27th, 2015, 05:19 AMChip with 4 sets of 5 legs: 1Mx1 bit.

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Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More... this one has 8 verticle chips along the bottom on each side and 4 along the top mounted horizontally. The IBM XT/286 is one example of a 286 machine with SIMMs (allthough only for 512KB fixed in conventional RAM space). My 67 To view links or images in signatures your post count must be 10 or greater.

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