|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!|
IBM computers and servers from the early 1990s use 72-pin EDO SIMM modules for memory. If you want to upgrade the memory on systems such as the RS/6000 POWERstation/POWERserver 25E, you can buy new SIMM modules from Memory America that are guaranteed to be compatible with this machine. This computer has 16MB of standard memory that is removable and eight expansion slots that can each hold SIMMs with a maximum storage capacity of 32MB. As a result, this machine has a maximum memory capacity of 256MB. Note that filling the eight expansion slots with 32MB SIMM sticks will add up to 256MB. This means the standard 16MB of memory must be removed before the expansion project can begin. The expansion modules must be installed in groups of four so you cannot install six SIMMs in the expansion slots and keep the standard memory in place.