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Memory Upgrade on a v3

Discussion in 'Cisco/Linksys Wireless Routers' started by CreativeSkillz, Mar 8, 2008.

  1. CreativeSkillz

    CreativeSkillz Network Guru Member

    Ok so I know it's possible to do a memory upgrade from 16MB to 32MB on the v3 series of the WRT54G routers.

    Will post link in a second, can't find it in the 20 or so tabs I have open right now.

    From what I can gather.

    128M(8Mx16) - HY5DU281622ET - Stock memory module
    256M(16Mx16) - HY5DU561622CT - Upgradeable chip

    Now my question is, can the router accept a 64MB chip, the;

    512M(32Mx16) - HY5DU121622LT

    I looked at the pin configuration (will take a more closer look in a second) and they appear to be identical.

    Anyone tried upgrading there WRT54G to 64MB of RAM? I wonder if there is a 1024M chip out there, back to researching. Just wanted to get this post up, see if anyone else has tried it yet.
     
  2. CreativeSkillz

    CreativeSkillz Network Guru Member

    Been doing some more searching and I can't seem to find those chips on anything, even though I'm still not even 100% for sure that the router will even recognize that much much.

    I mean I know it will recognize the 32MB because thats the same chips on the GS versions, so thats been proven to work. I even think a few have successfully soldered a 256M(16Mx16) module onto the PCB and it work.
     
  3. CreativeSkillz

    CreativeSkillz Network Guru Member

    Having a hard time trying to track down the 512M(32Mx16) chips. Can't seem to find them anywhere.

    I "think" they are on the 256MB SO-DIMM memory modules, but having 2 x 256MB of memory in a notebook during that time apparently must have been pretty uncommon.
     
  4. UX1DUDE

    UX1DUDE Addicted to LI Member

    Did you find out anything more about this?
     

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