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Wednesday, September 20, 2017
Memory FAQs - DRAM, SDRAM, DDR PC133, PC100, PC266 and many more memory categories
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 DRAM? SDRAM?
Q.If a SDRAM DIMM module is assembled with a -10 SDRAM chip, is it considered PC100 compatible?
Q.Are PC133 speed-tested SDRAMs backward compatible with PC100?
Q.Several Memory module suppliers are offering PC133 modules with a performance setting of 3-2-2. What advantage does a 2-2-2 module provide?
Q.What is the difference between 72 bit and 64 bit memory and between 32 bit and 36 bit memory?
Q. What's the difference between 2K and 4K SDRAM?
Q. What's the difference between buffered and unbuffered DIMMs?
Q.What is CL or CAS Latency?
Q.Can you tell by looking at a module if it is SDRAM, FPM, EDO etc?
Q.What is refresh rate and self refresh?
Q.What is the performance difference between EDO DRAM and standard (Fast Page Mode) DRAM?
Q.What happens if my memory is not PC-100 compliant?
Q.How can I recognize compliant PC100 or PC133 SDRAM memory?
Q.What voltage is SDRAM?
Q.What is the difference between "2-clock" and "4-clock" SDRAM?
Q.What is PC SDRAM, PC100 SDRAM and Registered SDRAM?
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