Memory - Reviewing the basics

Memory - Reviewing the basics - REVIEWING THE BASICS 1. How...

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REVIEWING THE BASICS 1. How many pins are on a DDR3 DIMM? DDR2 DIMM? For DDR3 DIMM, 240 pins. For DDR2 DIMM, 240 pins. 2. How many pins are on a DDR DIMM? SDRAM DIMM? For DDR DIMM, 184 pins. For SDRAM DIMM, 168 pins. 3. How many notches does a DDR 3 DIMM have? One 4. Which two metals might be used for the edge connectors of memory modules and memory slots they install in? Gold and tin 5. What was the first type of DIMM that ran synchronized with the system clock? SDRAM DIMM 6. What major improvement did DDR make over regular SDRAM? Data is processed twice in one clock beat, doubling the speed of regular SDRAM 7. When a DIMM has chips on both sides of the module, do the pins on one side of the module work independently or dependent to pins on the other side of the module? Pins on each side work independently 8. What prevents a DDR DIMM from being installed in a DDR2 DIMM slot on a motherboard? The position of the one notch on the DIMM module 9. Which module, a DDR3 or DDR2 DIMM, uses lower voltage? DDR3 DIMM 10. In a memory ad for DIMMs, you notice 64Meg ×72 for one DIMM and 64Meg ×64 for another DIMM. What does the 72 tell you about the first DIMM? The first DIMM supports ECC technology for error checking
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11. A DIMM that contains memory chips in two memory banks on the module is said to be ______. Dual ranked
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This note was uploaded on 08/29/2011 for the course COMP 129 taught by Professor Na during the Spring '11 term at DeVry Irving.

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Memory - Reviewing the basics - REVIEWING THE BASICS 1. How...

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