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Where can I find the pins' definition of 30/72/168 pins DRAM?
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pins' definition? Could you be a bit more specific?

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Personally I thought that DRAM only came in 168pin, however here's links for the starndards:
30pin SIMM:
http://www.blackdown.org/~hwb/co_Simm30.html
72pin SIMM:
http://www.blackdown.org/~hwb/co_Simm72.html
72pin ECC SIMM:
http://www.blackdown.org/~hwb/co_SimmEcc72.html
72pin SO DIMM:
http://www.blackdown.org/~hwb/co_DimmSo72.html
144pin SO DIMM:
http://www.blackdown.org/~hwb/co_SimmSo144.html
168pin DRAM DIMM (Unbuffered)
http://www.blackdown.org/~hwb/co_DimmDram168Unbuf.html
168pin SDRAM DIMM (Unbuffered)
http://www.blackdown.org/~hwb/co_DimmSdram168Unbuf.html

hwb or The Hardware Book, is one of the best resources on the
web that I find for all sorts of connecters, pin-outs, etc.

Hope this is what your looking for,
Robin (twexperts)
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