|It would help if you'd define what you mean by "old". Many old systems are still capable of running modern lightweight versions of Linux such as Damn Small, Puppy, Vector, Lubuntu, Zorin Lite, etc. A Pentium 233MMX with 128MB for example will run Damn Small. As for "SDRAM", I assume you mean PC100/PC133? Because technically, all RAM is SDRAM - SDR-SDRAM, DDR-SDRAM, DDR2-SDRAM, DDR3-SDRAM, etc.|
EDIT: I used to use 30-pin SIMMs for keychains.
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