c2611 Equivalent EDO DRAM : 5 volts vs. 3.3 volts

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    I recently purchased 64 meg of EDO DRAM for my c2611 and it was sold as
    equivalent to cisco memory. It is a Micron part, MT4LDT832UG-6 X, and
    according to the Micron data sheet, it operates at 3.3 volts. Cisco
    specs require 5 volts for this router or bad things will happen. The
    company claims it is operating at 5 volts, but I don't have a fuzzy
    feeling yet. Anybody dealt with this kind of issue? Thanks for any
    insight!
     
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