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 Post subject: Kingston KTT-610 16MB Memory Module Connector
 Post Posted: Wed Apr 30, 2014 3:12 pm 
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What type of connector is on this Kingston KTT-610 16MB memory module? There is a 140 just above and on the right hand side of the connector and there are 70 pin outs on each side.

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 Post subject: Re: Kingston KTT-610 16MB Memory Module Connector
 Post Posted: Wed Apr 30, 2014 3:54 pm 
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That is a 3.3V EDO memory module with a proprietary 140-pin connector designed for use in mid-1990s Toshiba laptops. I have a 1997 vintage Tecra 740CDT with that type of module installed. The one you linked to is 16MB, they were available in 8, 16, 32, 64 and 128MB capacities.


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 Post Posted: Wed Apr 30, 2014 4:40 pm 
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I actually pulled a 32MB out of a Satellite Pro 430CDT. Do you think there is any reason to keep this guy around? Why have you kept yours?

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 Post Posted: Wed Apr 30, 2014 5:24 pm 
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Would this memory be 16bit double-banked? Is this proprietary connector based on SIMM (perhaps signaling)?

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Do you think there is any reason to keep this guy around?

Not unless you are going to upgrade, repair or otherwise use a mid-'90s Toshiba laptop running Windows 9x.

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Why have you kept yours?

I kept that particular laptop because it has sentimental and historical value to me.

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Would this memory be 16bit double-banked? Is this proprietary connector based on SIMM (perhaps signaling)?

It is a 64-bit module, which is a single bank for a Pentium processor. It would be closest to a 168-pin EDO DIMM. Scott.


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Sounds like it's time to take it apart. I already have a functioning 9.x machine and 3.1 Windows for Workgroups laptop to play with.

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