RAM for an Untra 10


 
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I would like to add memory to my Sun Ultra 10. I don't know a lot about hardware but Sun wants a bunch for spare parts. Can I use generic memory in this box, and if so what specifications should I look for?
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Nope, you gotta use Sun specific. There might be generic sun-compatible, not sure. Even if so, I wouldnt trust it. You might want to try eBay, you can find often find some good deals there...

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