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#272529 29-Jun-2020 22:20
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Bit of a long shot but I'm looking for a 1GB DDR2 SODIMM but 144-pin not the usual 200-pin, it's for an embedded system which seems to be indicating memory faults. They're readily available from overseas but while the memory itself costs virtually nothing the shipping from the US or Europe is lethal.

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  #2514846 29-Jun-2020 23:35
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Does that mean standard laptop types are no use? I've got a small collection of DDR2 laptop memory you could have.

 

What kind of speed is the memory you're after?

 

Edit: just googled some part numbers and they're 200 pin, soz.


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  #2514848 29-Jun-2020 23:43
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elpenguino:

Does that mean standard laptop types are no use?

 

 

Yeah, unfortunately. 144-pin ones are only used in embedded systems, laptop ones are all 200-pin. Speed grade doesn't matter, I think the memory bus is 400Mhz so almost anything will do.

 
 
 
 


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  #2514855 30-Jun-2020 00:28
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Hmm, the only similar thing I've junked lately was PC104 format. I dont think they had replaceable memory modules.


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  #2514856 30-Jun-2020 01:07
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neb: Bit of a long shot but I'm looking for a 1GB DDR2 SODIMM but 144-pin not the usual 200-pin, it's for an embedded system which seems to be indicating memory faults. They're readily available from overseas but while the memory itself costs virtually nothing the shipping from the US or Europe is lethal.

 

 

 

I have 2 sticks


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  #2514857 30-Jun-2020 01:13
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K8Toledo:

I have 2 sticks

 

 

Of 144-pin? Cool, I'll PM you.

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  #2514858 30-Jun-2020 01:17
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neb:
K8Toledo:

 

I have 2 sticks

 

Of 144-pin? Cool, I'll PM you.

 

 

 


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  #2514859 30-Jun-2020 01:17
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Sorry about the size!!


 
 
 
 


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  #2514860 30-Jun-2020 01:19
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Hmm, is that definitely a 144? The single notch would mark it as a 200, 144s have a double notch placed lower down.

 

 

Edited to add: Just checked and it appears to be this, which is 200 pins.

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  #2514862 30-Jun-2020 02:42
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neb: Hmm, is that definitely a 144? The single notch would mark it as a 200, 144s have a double notch placed lower down. Edited to add: Just checked and it appears to be this, which is 200 pins.

 

 

 

Yep false alarm sorry. :)


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