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Re: Re: Summary A
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- Subject: Re: Re: Summary A
- From: KellySt@aol.com
- Date: Sat, 9 Mar 1996 00:59:08 -0500
Timothy van der Linden
> To Kelly,
> >> Huh, even 15 years ago 1 Mb of memory would be payable
> >> for such a big organization.
> >Not for a radiation hardened, custom military computer. The memory wasn't
> >chips. It was in magnetic cores (little dounuts of feric somthing or
> >with wires runing threw it.
> Yes, I've seen these magnetic memories (at least you can see the bits
> But were that the mem-chips of 15 years ago? (Am I that old already?)
No, but it was the memory of 30-40 years ago when the computers were built.
> >The guys who programed them HATED them!
> yeah, 256 kb is not too much.
> But are todays Shuttles still having the same amount of memory?
They upgraded them to 256 chip ram. I think?