Memory specifications for 7043 models 140 and 240
This customer has some pre-sales type questions. He is
considering purchasing a 43P and he has some questions.
1. Is the memory buffered or not?
2. What is access time for memory expansion and the voltage
of memory expansion.
3. Does memory use gold or tin leads.
ENV: 7043 models 140 and 240
.DESC: Customer wants to know if the memory is buffered on these models, what
the access time and voltage is for the DIMMs, whether the leads on the
memory are tin or gold, and whether the memory is interchangeable
between the 140 and the 240.
.ACTION: The 7043 models use 168-pin, 3.3 volt, 60ns, dual inline ECC EDO
DIMMs. Both the 140 and the 240 use the same type of memory DIMMs,
but the 240 requires that they be installed in pairs.
. The lead material used is gold.
. We do buffer the memory outputs to the local bus. We also buffer
the addresses to memory but not the control signals. If customer is
referring to caching data and instructions between main memory and
the processor, then yes, the data/instructions are cached before
reaching the processor. If customer is referring to the path
between the I/O devices and main memory, this depends on the bus
the I/O device is attached to. The PCI bus does not buffer
input/output. However, the ISA bus does, by the nature of the
architecture. Input/output is buffered into the shared memory
segment assigned to the adapter (I/O Port) the device is attached
.NEXT: Closing item with customer approval.
Support Line: Memory specifications for 7043 models 140 and 240 ITEM: BQ2933L
Dated: November 1996 Category: N/A
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