That's some pretty expensive memory, isn't it? As a side note, I upgraded a bunch of 2500 a couple years ago, using Kingston RAM. It is more in line with regular market SIMM prices. I'm very happy with it, as I always have been with Kingston. The exact info on the same SIMMs I used:
Try some older Compaq SIMMs (if you have any). I used a 60ns or 70ns chip in a 2501 & 2514 and they worked great. My cost - $0.00 since they are old and outdated many are throwing them away. Hope this helps.
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