IT HAS 168 PINS
Ddr dimm has 184 Sdram dimm has 168
: A SDRAM DIMM has 168 Pins : A DDR DIMM has 184 Pins : A SIMM has 30 or 72 Pins : A RIMM has 184 or 168
168 pins are used on SDRAM DIMM. 184 pins are used on DDR DIMM. There are either 30 pins or 72 pins used on SIMM. 184 pins are used on RIMM.
168-pin SDRAM 168-pin DIMM 30 or 72-pin SIMM 184, 168 or 232-pin RIMM
A DIMM is based on two different pin counts. SDRAM has 168 pins and is an earlier generation of RAM. DDR RAM has 184 pins. Both are considered DIMMS.
Types of DIMMs are DDR3 and DDR2 that have 240 pins, DDR DIMMs with 184 pins and SDRAM DIMMs with 168 pins.
2.66" 200-pin SO-DIMM contains DDR2 SDRAM. One notch is near the side of the module.
240 pins on a ddr2 dimm
DDR SDRAM uses 184 pins.
Sdram has one notch. Depending upon the model of Sdram the number of pins it has can vary but a standard Sdram has 184 pins.
How many pins a DRAM module has depends on its type. A SDRAM, for instance, has 168 pins while DDR SDRAM has 184 pins.
DIMM. Two types of DIMMs: a 168-pin SDRAM module (top) and a 184-pin DDR SDRAM module (bottom). Note that the SDRAM module has two notches (rectangular cuts or incisions) on the bottom edge, while the DDR1 SDRAM module has only one.
DIMM is the connection interface for RAM (SDRAM, RDRAM etc.) On a motherboard, there are several DIMM "slots" in which various RAM types are inserted.
DDR3 DIMM = 240 pins (desktop) DDR3 SO-DIMM = 204 pins (laptop) thanks to ico666
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