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Memory chips in a computer system are referred to as?

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2009-10-07 17:32:22
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Dual Inline Packages (DIPs), Pin Grid Arrays (PGAs), Single Inline Packages (SIPs), not certain about the last being defined as a "chip", but Single-inline memory modules (SIMMS).

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