3.3v DRAM Disguised as 5volt
I won an auction of RAM which included this stick of 128mb DRAM. The seller had it listed as 5volt, but when I looked up the chip numbers it turns out it is actually 3.3volt DRAM. As you can see by the photo I took of it next to a regular 5volt DRAM, the notches are aligned correctly for 5volt slots. The chip number is mt4lc8m8b6 and the specs can be found in a PDF here:
The seller claims that he had it in his 8600 for a long time before he took the machine apart and sold the parts and never had any problems with the RAM. The PDF says that the max supply voltage is 3.6volts, so I don't get it. If it's notched for 5volt then it must be designed for 5volts. Is this RAM safe to put into a 5volt slot?