Re: 8032's 64KB memory expansion

From: Ruud Baltissen (
Date: 2001-05-07 13:11:09

Hallo Nicolas,

> 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.

But you gave me the most important info that I realy needed: it is DRAM. I'm
looking especially for SRAM. I've got enough DRAM in more common available
qunatities and packages. But I would not mind to do some extra work for some
exotic RAM as long as it is SRAM. Why SRAM? No refresh, can be used for
battery backup.

If anyone has found a source of cheap and/or available _BIG_ SRAMs, please
inform me. I consider a SRAM big when it is bigger then 128K*8. 16-bit or
more don't count unless it can be "shopped" in parts of 8 bits.

Groetjes, Ruud

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