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Ram part numder decoding?

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by JTF5.0, Sep 21, 2003.

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  1. JTF5.0

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    I have a HP Pavilion 6683 533mhz (max ram=256 2 dimm slots)

    My cp has one stick of 168pin 64mb sdram pc100 installed. I recently purchased another stick of 64mb sdram that was supposed to be pc100. It won't recognize the new stick. Swapped slots and the same problem. Tried just the new stick by itself and pc will not boot, just get a beep code of no memory/memory failure. I decided to try it in a buddies Gateway which has a bus speed of 133mhz, same problem occurs. We then tried in it an old Gateway 233 pc66 and it works flawlessly. I think this stick is pc66 instead of pc100.

    I'm looking to decode the part number of the new stick of ram to see exactly what speed it is. Is there any websites that I can look to for the info I need?

    Here are the numbers I have.

    Nec Singapore
    MC-458CB645FA-A108
    9830YE8464

    64MB -64/E-A-1.0

    Note: This ram was a working pull from a HP computer. This is the tag with the HP info.

    HP 1818-7065
    Dimm SDRAM 9ns (8M64)
    Reorder D5363-63001


    Thanks
    James
     
  2. mobo

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    From this list it shows at 66 mhz.
     
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