What memory uses a heat spreader?
DDR DDR2 doesn't require heat spreaders unless you are overclocking or have a cooling issue.
A heat SPREADER is typically on the RAM, and has never been factually proven to be effective without being combined with a heat SINK. As for heat SINKS... Typically CPU, Videocard, and Northbridge. But it may also appear on the South Bridge, RAM, Harddrives, I/O controllers, MOSFETs, Coprocessors, and Network Devices.
A flange spreader is a device that uses a ratchet, leverage and fulcrum points to spread a bolt together connection. Usually welded pipe to flange, then a seal or gasket, and then another flange, and then welded or threaded pipe carries on. A flange spreader is used to spread the flanges apart to change a gasket or put in a spec blind to blank either side of the connection.
Any type of memory can be considered "tall" memory. This just relates to the physical dimensions of the memory module. So it is higher from the motherboard than similar memory modules. The main concern here is the heat sink for the CPU. When larger CPU heat sinks are used, they often cover the memory modules, so you would need memory that will fit under the heat sink. If there isn't enough clearance, then you cannot…
What is the name of the file the operating system uses when it moves data from random access memory to virtual memory?
Almost the whole entire brain uses storage or memory when it does something. Examples: When we see you may ask yourself the question; how did my brain know that was there? Your brain uses its memory of the world, past experiences, and what it thinks should be there in order to give you vision. When we dream our brain uses memory from our memory storage and mixes non-useful images and ideas together erasing them from…