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Old 01-08-2006, 02:20 PM
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Subject: Re: Wall of RAM
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On 2006-01-02, logjam <> wrote:

> On second thought, a 1k ram wall would be 121x121" square. I just got
> done drafting it. I think maybe I should consider one 256 byte array
> and see how it goes.

when you said 4K I thought you meant bits. and that it sounded possible
but lots of work.

> What considerations will I have to make for wire length? Possibly use
> a differential transciever set?

reduce the clock speed until it starts working?

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