[rc5] Re: RAM (Thinking of an Alpha)
m.zieger at kem.ac.at
Tue Nov 11 15:42:13 EST 1997
At 09:15 11.11.97 -0500, Skip Huffman wrote:
>ECC is the SAFEST type of generally available memory. Non-Parity
>memory will corrupt data on any error. Parity will only corrupt on
>2-bit or greater errors. ECC will only corrupt on 3-bit or greater
I know about that. I just wanted to say that using non-parity RAM, as
almost all PCs in the world use it now, is a pain in the ass. That guy with
the Alpha should be _GLAD_ that he _CAN_ use ECC RAM, since (almost) no PCs
can use it, many PCs not even Parity-RAM.
At least I would be glad if I could buy this "expensive" and fast RAM and
use it in my PC. ;-)
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