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General Protection Fault a windows error that occurs when a program attempts.
memory bank the memory a processor addresses at one time bank.
parity an scheme in which a ninth or parity bit is added
parity error an error that occurs when the number of 1s in the byte is not in agreement parity error.
re-marked chips chips that have been used and returned to the factory marked again re marked chips
RIMM a type of memory module developed by rimm
SIMM a miniature circuit board used in older computers simm
Single channel only one access at one time
single ranked only one 64 bit bank that provide four banks are said to be quad ranked.
single-sided one side of the module.
SO-DIMM a type of memory module used in notebook computers that ues so dimm
synchronous DRAM a type of memory stored on dimms that run in sync with system clock dram
triple channels when the memory controller access three channels
RDRAM direct rambus dram
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