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Tuesday, October 17, 2017

DRAM? SDRAM ?

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DRAM? SDRAM ?
Q. What is the difference between 72 bit and 64 bit memory and between 32 bit and 36 bit memory?
A. 72 bit memory is commonly known as ECC memory. It has an additional 8 bits for Error Correction Check 64 bit memory is non-ECC. 72 bit or 64 bit configuration are typically found in 168 pin DIMMs


36 bit memory is commonly known as parity memory. It has an additional 4 bits for parity checking. 32 bit memory is non-parity. 32 bit or 36 bit configuration are typically found in 72pin or 30 pin SIMMs
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