View Full Version : Is my Dimm PC66 or PC100?

04-18-2001, 10:52 AM
I have just acquired a 64MB Dimm module from a Packard Bell PC. The PC was running a Celeron 333 processor (which I believe has a 66mzh bus) but what I need to know is whether my Dimm is PC66 or PC100.

Can anybody tell me this from the markings on the chip? They are as follows:

Yellow sticker on one chip: HYM7V64801 TFG-10 AA
White sticker on another chip: HYUNDAI 9838
Markings on each chip: HY57V658020 TC-10 9838A KOREA

Anybody got any ideas?



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04-18-2001, 11:12 AM
Based on information @ the Hyundai web site, it PROBABLY is PC-100..the site is not real clear, but that was my take...the key # on the chip to find it is the third set of markings you list. Here is site: http://www.hea.com/Products/Memory/dram.htm
Keep in mind, most often PC-66 will work even when PC-100 is called for.

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