54-24072-01 256K cache for Multia - DEC

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  1. 54-24072-01 256K cache for Multia

    Anybody need 54-24072-01 256K cache for a Multia? If so, make offer real soon.
    I have a few, but they will go to memory scrap if there are no offers... Ben
    Ben Myers
    Spirit of Performance, Inc.
    73 Westcott Road
    Harvard, MA 01451
    tel: 978-456-3889
    fax: 810-963-0412
    PayPal & cold hard cash accepted.

  2. Re: 54-24072-01 256K cache for Multia

    Ben Myers wrote:
    >
    > Anybody need 54-24072-01 256K cache for a Multia? If so, make offer real soon.
    > I have a few, but they will go to memory scrap if there are no offers... Ben
    > Ben Myers
    > Spirit of Performance, Inc.
    > 73 Westcott Road
    > Harvard, MA 01451
    > tel: 978-456-3889
    > fax: 810-963-0412
    > PayPal & cold hard cash accepted.


    Do you know if this is the chip that goes when the Multia suffers "heat death"?

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  3. Re: 54-24072-01 256K cache for Multia

    Ben Myers wrote:
    > Anybody need 54-24072-01 256K cache for a Multia?


    David J Dachtera writes:
    > Do you know if this is the chip that goes when the Multia suffers
    > "heat death"?


    It's not. The chip that normally fails is a 74F623 bus transceiver, and
    can be replaced by a 74ABT623 (or 74FCT623), which run much cooler than
    the 74F part. They aren't expensive; Digikey has the TI part for $1.35
    each:

    http://www.digikey.com/scripts/DkSea...=86930&Site=US

    It's a surface mount part (20-SOIC), so replacement is not recommended
    unless you have experience soldering such parts.

  4. Re: 54-24072-01 256K cache for Multia

    Doubtful. The 54-24072-01 looks like one of the commodity Wintel COAST (Cache
    On A STick) modules... Ben

    On Tue, 27 Feb 2007 21:40:58 -0600, David J Dachtera
    wrote:

    >Ben Myers wrote:
    >>
    >> Anybody need 54-24072-01 256K cache for a Multia? If so, make offer real soon.
    >> I have a few, but they will go to memory scrap if there are no offers... Ben
    >> Ben Myers
    >> Spirit of Performance, Inc.
    >> 73 Westcott Road
    >> Harvard, MA 01451
    >> tel: 978-456-3889
    >> fax: 810-963-0412
    >> PayPal & cold hard cash accepted.

    >
    >Do you know if this is the chip that goes when the Multia suffers "heat death"?


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