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#1 2016-07-10 00:59:05

From: Sf, Mi
Registered: 2014-05-15
Posts: 956

128 megs of ram with a LC 575

it sure does take a while to count up all that ram.
but here is an obviously good working simm.

( for those of you that didn't already know this )

I never really looked into it deeply, but always assumed 32 and (some) 64 meg simms were tops in the 575.



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#2 2016-07-10 02:07:59

From: Sydney, Australia
Registered: 2014-05-13
Posts: 855

Re: 128 megs of ram with a LC 575

Yep - the LC 575 is basically a 33 Mhz LC 475, I've heard of people running 128MB SIMMs in the 475 without complaint. My LC475 happily runs a 64MB SIMM.

My LC 630 DOS has a full 132MB of RAM, and yeah - takes bloody ages to do the startup RAM test


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