|Type of system:
||66MHz PowerPC 601|
||16 MB (removable) (ECC Memory)|
||8 sockets (2 banks of 4)|
||MODULES MUST BE ORDERED AND INSTALLED IN GROUPS OF FOUR!|
If you own an IBM RS/6000 POWERstation/POWERserver 250 computer, you have a classic machine from the early days of personal computing on your hands. These machines were designed to be affordable, in early 1990s terms, while containing the latest IBM technology. This computer uses 72-pin EDO SIMM memory and has eight sockets for memory expansion. A 16MB removable stick of memory was standard but that small amount of memory results in a slow computer. Memory America has new SIMM modules that will work perfectly in this old machine. The eight expansion slots can support a maximum of 256MB of memory and if you want to install this maximum amount, you will first need to remove the 16MB of standard memory. The expansion memory modules must be installed in groups of four and the expansion sockets can support SIMMs of 32MB or less in capacity.