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TermDefinition
Burst EDO (BEDO) improved on EDO, but was rarely used
CAS Latency (CL) a method of measuring access timing to memory
C-RIMM (Continuity RIMM) if a slot does not hold a RIMM,it must hold a placeholder
DDR2 is faster and uses less power than DRAM
DDR3 is faster and uses less power than DDR2
Direct Rambus DRAM is sometimes called direct RDRAM
Double Data Rate SDRAM is an improved version of SDRAM
DDR SDRAM this is DDR SDRAM is an improved version of SDRAM
double-sided both side of the modules
dual channels this allow the memory controller to communicate with two dimms
dual ranked double sided DIMMS that provide two 64 bit banks
dynamic RAM (DRAM) the most common type of system memory
ECC (error-correcting code) Dimms intended to be used in servers must be extremely reliable and use an error checking technology
EDO (extended data out) improved on fpm and is used on 72 pin
FPM (fast page memory) can be used with 30 pin or 72 pin
Created by: apius