> BTW: 72pin SIMMS may be cheaper, but their RAM is 32/36 bits wide and hence > 1/4 useful without a multiplexer! > - Nick > but they're (generally) in array of four bytes, is there some good reason you couldn't mux them the way you would any other memory array? ie, tie the 32 bits to an 8 bit bus and mux with the chip selects. (/RAS, /CAS) I think it would be easier to find 16MB as 72 pin than it would as 30 pin. bogax Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list
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