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I am trying to figure out what type of memory I have.  I know that it was pulled out of a pentium 120mhz and I know it is a simm.  How can I tell if it is EDO, Fast Page, etc. and how much memory it is.

I even copied off the markings -
LGS GM71C4403EJ60

I really need help on this issue.
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This site will tell you pretty much the complete story about your memory :
http://www.chipmunk.nl/DRAM/DRAM_LGS.htm#anchor212911
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How did you find this information?
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I found the memory manufacturer first from the first three letter you provided, LGS.  Then from there I was able to provide a better search to look with on the internet.
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