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Unformatted text preview: SoDIMM (Small outline DIMM) Used in notebook computers. 72-pin is 32-bits and 144-pin is 64-bits. MicroDIMM Smaller than a SoDiMM, used in sub-notebook computers. 144-pin SDRAM, 172-pin DDR, 214-pin DDR2. RIMM (Rambus Inline Memory Module) 184 or 168-pin, 16 or 32-bit, 800-1600 MHz, 2 notches. Each RIMM slot must be filled. C-RIMM can fill empty slots. Uses heat spreader. Current DDR and DDR2 is faster and less expensive. Calculating DDR Memory performance: MHz x Clock Cycles x Bus Width Example: 500 MHz x 2 clock cycles x 8 bytes = 8,000 500 x 2 x 8 = 8,000 This memory would have a throughput value of 8,000 MB per second (or 8 GB per second) and would be referred to as PC2-8000...
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- Spring '09