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What type of memory module has 184 pins?


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2009-04-11 17:42:57
2009-04-11 17:42:57

DDR DIMM has 184 pins.

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A duel inline memory module (DIMM) is an advanced version of randome access memory (RAM) that came after the singe inline memory module (SIMM) that runs on 168, 184, or 240 pins.

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How many pins a DRAM module has depends on its type. A SDRAM, for instance, has 168 pins while DDR SDRAM has 184 pins.

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SIMM memory modules have 168 pins. RIMMs or DIMMs have 184 pins. The difference in pins increases the throughput capability significantly.

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DDR SDRAM has one notch and uses 184 pins.

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The 184-pin DIMM configuration was used for DDR SDRAM. It is identified by sharing the larger contact sizes with the earlier SDRAM, but having only one cut out instead of two. Later DDR2 and DDR3 have much smaller contacts.


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