Re: 8032's 64KB memory expansion

From: Nicolas Welte (
Date: 2001-05-07 12:13:05

Ruud Baltissen wrote:
> Toshiba TC511665BZ-80
> Sanyo LC32664BJ-70
> Of course searched the web but zero :( It's a shame to have so many
> candidates laying around to be used as RAM expansion and you cannot use them
> because you even have no idea what it is.
> Just remembered I have some old videocards and motherboards laying at home
> which use chips like the above Sanyo as video RAM. Size 1cm * 1 inch, 40
> pins at .05" space. Any body an idea what they are and, most important, if
> they can be used?

I have a link which proved to be useful to identify some DRAMs, but it
doesn't include old 64k chips:

The 40 pin chip you describe sounds like a 16bit DRAM, as used on some old
graphics cards. But the number doesn't match the usual 256k x 16 types.

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