STE 4MB SIPP UPGRADE

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STE 4MB SIPP UPGRADE

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New compatible SIPP simms manufactured in 2017 by exxos.

This is a kit of 4 SIPP simms (4x 1MB 30 pin) to upgrade the STE to 4MB of ST-RAM. Simms are 70ns non-parity. Lower power consumption. Gold plated contacts.


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Re: STE 4MB SIPP UPGRADE

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You forgot to say, sipp are only for a few stes but it's mainly for the stacy.
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So these SIPP's will work in a Stacy 2?
If yes, then it's highly interesting for me. :-)

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Fidzen wrote: Thu Nov 02, 2017 5:26 pm So these SIPP's will work in a Stacy 2?
If yes, then it's highly interesting for me. :-)
Would assume so if they physically fit.
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exxos wrote: Thu Nov 02, 2017 5:36 pm
Fidzen wrote: Thu Nov 02, 2017 5:26 pm So these SIPP's will work in a Stacy 2?
If yes, then it's highly interesting for me. :-)
Would assume so if they physically fit.
With some soldering of new pins I managed to get them to fit inside my Stacy.
Works great and now I have 4mb RAM. :-)
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Fidzen wrote: Sat Nov 25, 2017 8:12 pm With some soldering of new pins I managed to get them to fit inside my Stacy.
Works great and now I have 4mb RAM. :-)
Fantastic work! Thanks for sharing the images :cheers: what pins did you use there ?
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exxos wrote: Sun Nov 26, 2017 12:22 am
Fidzen wrote: Sat Nov 25, 2017 8:12 pm With some soldering of new pins I managed to get them to fit inside my Stacy.
Works great and now I have 4mb RAM. :-)
Fantastic work! Thanks for sharing the images :cheers: what pins did you use there ?
Thanks! I used legs from diodes and bended them one by one after soldering. :-)
A real therapy work, but it turned out good.
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Fidzen wrote: Mon Nov 27, 2017 5:10 pm Thanks! I used legs from diodes and bended them one by one after soldering. :-)
A real therapy work, but it turned out good.
wow, looks like a really neat job for so many wires!
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