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What's so special about base memory?



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Guys,<br/><br/>I was tinkering with my 9406-170, and I was looking at the memory slots. Base memory is supposed to be non-exchangeable, but it was there in the same memory slots as the other DIMMs (mine has 2x fc3001 base mem, and 2 extra fc3002s). Nothing preventing me from swapping those 3001s for another set of 3002s.<br/><br/>So I was wondering: what makes this base mem so special? This Base mem concept isn't used in the modern machines (not even virtual), right?<br/><br/>Rene.<a href="https://overview.mail.yahoo.com?.src=iOS";><br/><br/>Sent from Yahoo Mail for iPhone</a>





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