what is the url for DMT technologies? or any other good sites to get cheap
ram for an Indy.
From: James McD [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Wednesday, October 25, 2000 11:51 PM
Subject: RE: indy gr3-xz support
well, from what ive seen the 60 or 70ns 72 pin parity ram sticks should
work. You have to have them in banks of four. So if you get 4 16megs that
should be ok.
I am curious, since I have seen sparks handle large ram in banks of 2 if
that would work also, but I dont know. Check out DMT technologies for cheap
ram though, I got 64 megs for approx 34 bucks! They ship quickly too.
Lots o' luck,
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>if these are parity, would they work do you think?
>From: James McD [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
>Sent: Wednesday, October 25, 2000 3:06 PM
>Subject: Re: indy gr3-xz support
>Hey, I feel your pain. I too have recently acquired the same machine with
>You are in luck though, all you need is some 72 pin parity ram, if you look
>up DMT technologies they have it in sticks of 8megs each for about 32 bucks
>for 64 megs.
>The hard drive is also an easy to come by item, from what I have heard
>out when purchasing too fast a drive though...ie 7200 rpm or better since
>the drive can create a large quantity of heat in the small case.
>You will also need something to view the display with, dmt also has
>monitors, but if you look around you may be able to find something bigger
>you could get the converter cable to use a normal peecee style monitor. Be
>careful to check scan rates when purchasing old sgi monitors as I burnt one
>up in the blink of a screen.
>Once all is said and done as far as the hardware goes then set yourself up
>network and check out:
>or just do a search off google for <sgi indy linux howto> and you will find
>many documents on getting Linux fired up on your indy!
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> > > Is the Gr3-XZ supported (24bp / opengl) under mips-linux?
> > >
> > > And the indy-sound system?
> > >
> > >
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