It is enough to just search a bit on the internet. Here:http://cyber-place.ru/...hread.php?t=384&page=2
just discuss modding TP-Link routers. And on the 2nd page admin writes:
We increase the amount of RAM memory to 64 mb on the TP-LINK MR3020 and WR703N routers
TP-LINK MR3020 and WR703N routers use a Zentel A3S56D40FTP DDR1 16Mbit x 16bit memory chip (16 * 16 = 256 Mbit. 256/8 = 32MByte) 400 MHz.
It can be replaced with any 32Mbit x 16-bit chip. 333 instead of 400 MHz and the router will work fine. The truth is now quite difficult to find such chips. You need to look for a laptop strap memory DDR-SODIMM.
Proven memory chips:
Hynix HY5DU121622DTP-D43 (Mustang DDR-SODIMM 512 MB card)
Hynix HY5DU121622CTP-D43 (Hynix SODIMM DDR-PC2700S-25330 on 512MB DDR 333 CL 2.5, 400 MHz chips are compatible with the "D43" marking).
Infineon HYB25D512160BE (512 MB Infineon DDR-SODIMM bar)
Not tested bars, but theoretically they should work:
PC400 HY5DU121622DTP-D43-C Hynix
PC400 H5DU5162ETR-E3C Hynix
Samsung PC400 K4H511638G-LCCC
Samsung PC400 K4H511638J-LCCC
PC400 A3S12D40ETP-G5 Zentel
PC400 NT5DS32M16BS-5T Nanya
PC400 P3S12D40ETP-GUTT Mira
PC333 MT46V32M16TG-6T: F Micron
PC333 MT46V32M16P-6T: F Micron
PC333 EDD5116ADTA-6B-E Elpida
PC333 HYB25D512160CE-6 Qimonda
PC333 HYB25D512160CEL-6 Qimonda
PC333 HYB25D512160DE-6 Qimonda
The field for replacing the memory chip, the router itself must determine the new amount of RAM 64mGB.
You can, of course, search and compare datasheets, but it's long and dreary!Post has been editedkirandy - 10.10.18, 17:08