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Have RAM Kingston KTHe-25/128 which is 5V ECC (2 64MB Sticks) Used in HP Risc servers. Would like to find a motherboard that would support this memory (new or used) other than the risc servers. Does anyone know how I can use this memory or adapt it?
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Here is the page for Kingston, you can plug in the part number and it will come back with who's on first:

http://www.ec.kingston.com/ecom/kepler/partnum_Bod.asp

Your part # doesn't seem quite right, you can confirm it in this site also

bill
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5v, hmmm probably will have to be a socket 7 board or an older PII board probably up to around 333. Probably in AT format rather than ATX too.
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Try an old ABIT SM5 or TX5 or BH6 system board, checkout Abits web site, www.abit.com
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