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Does anyone know which kind of memory (slotted or memory-down) Google Sushi and Google Trondo use?

Sushi was a test platform, and won't actually be built. But if you need to specify something, then memory-down.

Right, thanks for the insight. If Sushi won't actually be built, we might as well drop it then? Treating it like a memory-down platform would require adding an invalid SPD binary to it, which wouldn't work.

I'll look at what's involved besides just removing it from coreboot.

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