I recently updated my OBP in sb1500 from 4.9.5 to 4.30.3 (#140686-01)
I did not expect a hardware incompatibility. My mistake - did not read the documentation.
Now try to match the correct memory.
With the original DIMMs # 370-6202-01 (PC2100R 512MB ECC CL2.5 - M312L6420ETS-CB0) I get the message: Configuring system memory & CPU(s)
+.+ ERROR: CPU0 DIMM 0 SPD reports DIMM cycle time is less than 133 MHz System configuration failed, powering off Syst.
So I bought a 3th part faster memory of a similar type (PC3200R 512MB CL3 ECC - M312L6420EG0-CCC) but I get similar message: Configuring system memory & CPU(s)
+.+ ERROR: CPU0 DIMM 0 SPD reports DIMM has unsupported CAS latency value System configuration failed, powering off Syst.
As i read in datasheets: in new memory supported CAS latency is 2,5 and 3.
In original it was 2 and 2,5.
So PC2700 is required and CL2 or CL2.5?
So what I have to pay attention to when selecting memory for this computer?
Do I require SPD 1.0, or it can be SPD 0.0?
Maybe someone has a working sb1500 with OBP, and can write memory model? I would be grateful.