Memory Modules

Memory module is a broad term used to refer to a series of dynamic random access memory integrated circuits modules mounted on a printed circuit board and designed for use in personal computers, workstations and servers.

It can be used to these specific types of memory module:

  • Dual in-line package memory
  • TransFlash Memory Module
  • SIPP memory, single in-line pin package memory
  • SIMM, a single in-line memory module
  • DIMM, dual in-line memory module
    • Rambus memory modules are a subset of DIMMs, but are usually referred to as RIMMs
    • SO-DIMM, small outline DIMM, a smaller version of the DIMM, used in laptops

 

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Chrome series OC DDR3

Overclocking memory is engineered for speed.
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Destop Memory Modules-DDR

Double-Data-Rate (DDR)'s DRAM architecture has high performance, which makes very popular in the markets.
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Destop Memory Modules-DDR2

DDR2 (Double Data Rate 2) is a high-density memory that accomplishes high-speed operation and low power consumption to improve performance.
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Destop Memory Modules-DDR3

DDR3 is a high-density memory that accomplishes high-speed operation and low power consumption to improve performance.
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