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Re: [N8VEM-S100:964] V96BMC-33LP (Rev-D)?
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I'm so confused! :(
In any case, the Rev-D looks like it's much more hard to come by.
I may be wrong about the Rev-A/B can anyone else decypher the docs and
confirm that the Rev-A/B can also handle a 512MB arrangement? I am
starting to think it can.
Anyway there's a lot of stuff there to chew on....I'll have to have a
look again another day with a fresh brain.
On 07/15/2012 11:55 PM, mike wrote:
> I just realized, I think the Rev-D part has a 'D' suffix, I think
> the parts I got quotes on are the Rev-A/B parts (256MB).
> Trying to clarify that.
> On 07/15/2012 11:47 PM, mike wrote:
>> More documents on the V96BMC chip.
>> There is one document that covers programming the plain V96BMC
>> (not Rev-D) so only appear to be capable of driving 256MB DRAMs
>> but should be pretty similar. I'll continue to see if I can find
>> the programming data for Rev-D.
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