[rc5] Re: RAM (Thinking of an Alpha)
m.zieger at kem.ac.at
Tue Nov 11 11:58:12 EST 1997
At 20:11 10.11.97 -0600, Eric Gindrup wrote:
> Finally, the biggest deal for ECC (anymore) is to correct transmission
> errors on the bus. As bus (and chip) voltages get lower, they will be
> more susceptible to transmission interference (from their own
> emissions, usually) and the extra error correcting code bits help to
> recover transmissions that are incorrect in only one bit.
> Comparatively, very few errors occur on the chips.
> -- Eric Gindrup ! gindrup at okway.okstate.edu
Yes, very few errors. But what if one of that errors affects the _right_
key your CPU would have cracked on RC5?
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