High Density SDRAM DIMMs Comply With PC100

Dec. 1, 1998
Designed for use in large computer systems such as workstations and servers that require multiple memory modules delivering near GB/s bandwidth in the main memory, these new, 3.3V DIMMs are configured as 2M x 64 through 32M x 64 or 2M x 72 through 32M

Designed for use in large computer systems such as workstations and servers that require multiple memory modules delivering near GB/s bandwidth in the main memory, these new, 3.3V DIMMs are configured as 2M x 64 through 32M x 64 or 2M x 72 through 32M x 72 in ECC configurations. The single-load per module design provides a consistent load to the core logic, which is critical to achieving near GB/s bandwidth. The register also acts as a buffer to latch and maintain the addresses and control signals for increased flexibility in setup time.

Company: SMART MODULAR TECHNOLOGIES INC.

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