Saturday, August 14, 2010

Chip characteristics DRAM density

Size of the chip in megabits. For example, 256 Mbit, or 32 MB chip. Nearly all motherboards only recognize 1 GB modules if they are low density 64M×8 modules. If high density 128M×4 1 GB modules are used, they most likely will not work. The JEDEC standard allows 128M×4 only for slower buffered/registered modules designed specifically for some servers, but some generic manufacturers do not comply.[7]

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