I gutted a couple of c.1998 workstations at work a few weeks back that were headed for surplus. To give some idea of what I was dealing with, each system had 4 Pentium II Xeons, and 16 sticks of RAM. I thought that the RAM was standard PC-66 or 100, but won't fit into sockets designed for this RAM. The sticks are all 168 pin DIMMS. As per some specs I found from Googling the numbers on the stickers, these are 50ns FPM/EDO 4K and are 128mb each. This seems to compare favorably with the specs OWC lists for this system-the memory they sell for the 8500 is 60ns(or a little slower than what I have), and is also EDO. I have two potential concerns-the RAM that I have is ECC, and it's also taller than what OWC sells(1.25" vs. 1.15"). All of that said, is there any chance of it working in my 8500? Since I have 32 sticks of this stuff, I'd really like to be able to use it rather than having to buy RAM for this computer. If it would work, that would give me enough RAM to max out both my 8500 as well as my future(intended) purchase of a 9600. Any thoughts on this?