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Which type of memory module has 144 pins?
Single Inline Memory Module (SIMM)
Dual Inline Memory Module (DIMM)
Rambus Inline Memory Module (RIMM)
Small Outline Dual Inline Memory Module (SODIMM)
SODIMM
A __________ is a 144-pin memory module that is designed for use primarily in portable computers.
SODIMM
A __________ is a 72-pin memory module designed for use in desktop computers.
SIMM
A __________ is a 168-pin memory module, also designed for use in desktop computers.
DIMM
__________ is a type of memory module that consists of Rambus Dynamic Random Access Memory (RDRAM) chips. This type of memory module has 184 pins.
RIMM
__________________________________ is a RAM standard created by JEDEC.
... is the most common video RAM technology found on recent video cards.
...is designed to transfer data at speeds twice that of conventional SDRAM by transferring data on both the rising and falling parts of the processing clock cycle. DDR initially found support in the graphics card market and then became the mainstream PC memory standard.
Double Data Rate SDRAM (DDR SDRAM)
________________ is a type of DRAM that is designed to run in synchronization with the memory bus. A high-speed clocked interface is used by ... to deliver information in very high-speed bursts. ... is used primarily in older AGP 2x/4x low-end video cards and chipsets. ... does not transfer data on both the rising and falling parts of the processing clock cycle.
Synchronous DRAM (SDRAM)
__________ is similar to SDRAM in its capability to be synchronized to high-speed buses up to 200 MHz.
... differs from SDRAM by including circuitry to perform block writes to increase the speed of graphics fill or 3D Z-buffer operations.
... does not transfer data on both the rising and falling parts of the processing clock cycle.
Synchronous Graphics RAM (SGRAM)
__________ was invented by Micron Technology and became available for Pentium systems.
... memory consists of specially manufactured chips that allow a timing overlap between successive accesses.
... allows burst mode cycling of 5-2-2-2, which means ... would require 11 total system cycles to perform four memory transfers.
Therefore, ... does not transfer data on both the rising and falling parts of the processing clock cycle.
Extended Data Out RAM (EDO RAM)
Which video RAM technology transfers data on both the rising and falling parts of the processing clock cycle?
SDRAM
SGRAM
DDR SDRAM
EDO RAM
DDR SDRAM
72-pin SO-DIMM (not the same as a 72-pin SIMM), used for FPM DRAM and EDO DRAM
100-pin DIMM, used for printer SDRAM
144-pin SO-DIMM, used for SDR SDRAM
168-pin DIMM, used for SDR SDRAM (less frequently for FPM/EDO DRAM in workstations/servers, may be 3.3 or 5 V)
172-pin MicroDIMM, used for DDR SDRAM
184-pin DIMM, used for DDR SDRAM
200-pin SO-DIMM, used for DDR SDRAM and DDR2 SDRAM
204-pin SO-DIMM, used for DDR3 SDRAM
214-pin MicroDIMM, used for DDR2 SDRAM
240-pin DIMM, used for DDR2 SDRAM, DDR3 SDRAM and FB-DIMM DRAM
244-pin MiniDIMM, used for DDR2 SDRAM
260-pin SO-DIMM, used for DDR4 SDRAM
260-pin SO-DIMM, with different notch position than on DDR4 SO-DIMMs, used for UniDIMMs that can carry either DDR3 or DDR4 SDRAM
288-pin DIMM, used for DDR4 SDRAM
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PC2100 - DDR266 - 133 MHz - 2,100 MBps or 2.1 GBps
PC2700 - DDR333 - 166 MHz - 2,600 MBps or 2.6 GBps
PC3200 - DDR400 - 200 MHz - 3.200 MBps or 3.2 GBps
PC3500 - DDR433 - 217 MHz - 3,500 MBps or 3.5 GBps
PC3500 - DDR2-400 - 100 Mhz - 3,500 MBps or 3.5 GBps
PC3700 - DDR466 - 233 MHz - 3,800 MBps or 3.8 GBps
PC4000 - DDR500 - 250 MHz - 4,000 MBps - or 4.0 GBps
PC2-4200 - DDR2-533 - 133 MHz - 4,300 MBps or 4.3 GBps
PC4400 - DDR550 - 275 MHz - 4,500 MBps or 4.5 GBps
PC4800 - DDR600 - 166 MHz - 4,800 MBps or 4.8 GBps
PC2-5300 - DDR2-667 - 333 MHz - 5,300 MBps or 5.3 GBps
PC2-6400 - DDR2-800 - 200 MHz - 6,400 MBps or 6.4 GBps
PC3-6400 - DDR2-800 - 100 MHz - 6,400 MBps or 6.4 GBps
PC2-8000 - DDR2-1000 - 250 MHz - 8,000 MBps or 8.0 GBps
PC3-8500 - DDR3-1066 - 133 MHz - 8,500 Mbps or 8.5 GBps
PC3-10667 - DDR3-1333 - 166 MHz - 10,670 MBps or 10.67 GBps
PC3-12800 - DDR3-1600 - 200 MHz - 12,800 MBps or 12.8 GBps
PC3-14900 - DDR3-1866 - 233 MHz - 14,900 MBps or 14.9 GBps
PC3-17000 - DDR3-2133 - 266 MHz - 17,000 MBps or 17.0 GBps
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