Thread: ACA500 tested
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Old 25 April 2016, 09:45   #621
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Well, you can read the marking of the standard ACA500 RAM, then look into the datasheet of the chip for specs and find/buy the same or some corresponding chip with appropriate parameters. They can be found on and extracted from old PC gfx cards, etc.
While you have it, you need to solder it into the obvious place of top of ACA500 card and that's it (unless it gets blocked in next firmware releases - hopefully not ).
At home I can read the marking from my additional chip and let you know, but in fact any one with correct specs would do.
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