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Right, there's more to it than that though. They have to be 5v dimms
to work ;) But there is fast-page/non fast-page, edo/non-edo ,
buffered/unbuffered to take into account.
It all depends on whatever ram already existed in that machine, I would
reccomend to try using only that new ram in the machine for a day or
two and see what happens. If you get no lockups you can probably bet
that it's a ram mismatch. Also the 7300's support interleaving for
ram, so make sure that the pairs of chips are in proper slots, i.e.
A1/A2, B1/B2 .. they are labelled on the motherboard beside the ram
On Friday, June 13, 2003, at 11:59 AM, Andrew Gaffney wrote:
> The new RAM chips I put in were both 5.0v DIMMs. I don't know about
> the rest. It was in there when I bought the thing.
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