Memory FAQs
 
Home
News
Products
Shop
Memory
Corporate
Contact
 

Memory
Memory Price
Memory FAQs
Glossary
Tech Data
Trends
Tester FAQs
Articles
Help/Support
Member Area
Tester Brochure
Demo Library
Software
Tester FAQs

biology medicine news product technology definition

Tuesday, October 17, 2017

DRAM? SDRAM ?

Memory FAQ Topics
DRAM? SDRAM ?
Q. What is the difference between "2-clock" and "4-clock" SDRAM?
A. The early SDRAM DIMM design has 2 clock inputs to drive all the SDRAM chip. This was found to be insufficient due to loading on these inputs. Some 4 clock modules will not work in systems that are designed for 2 clock, but some will. SOME 2 clock modules might not work in systems designed for 4 clocks, but then again some will.

4 clock modules are the current standard and it is unlikely to change again.
CST Inc. Memory Tester DDR Tester
Copyright © 1994 - 2017 CST, Inc. All Rights Reserved