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Notebook DDR I RAM

 Memory  for laptops must have...
Memory for laptops must have compared to normal desktop PC, other designs and specifications. Therefore, it was introduced for this more...
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Notebook DDR I RAM

Memory for laptops must have compared to normal desktop PC, other designs and specifications. Therefore, it was introduced for this RAM (Random Access Memory) Type SO-DIMM (Small Outline Dual Inline Memory Module) variant.

Standard modules of the DIMM type are inserted perpendicular to the motherboard and used for desktop PCs and servers. A module of SO- DIMM type is inclined, in the appropriate slot on the notebook, used and pushed downward, where it is held in place by lateral clamping springs. So that the RAM module is parallel to the motherboard and is therefore ideal for notebooks and even very small computers, such as Thin clients.
The DDR (Double Data Rate) technology also ensures that - in contrast to normal SDRAM modules - almost double the data rate is achieved. Because instead of transmitting a data bit only when a rising edge uses the DDR technology and the falling edge for data transmission. That does not exactly double the data rate is achieved is partly because that control signals and addresses will still only be specified with a cross. DDR memory modules have been produced since 2003.

Since these are no longer used in current notebooks and devices is the number of items produced today is very low. New modules are sold for this reason, at high prices , so you can save a lot of money especially by our refurbished notebook memory. Buyer of memory, you should next to the type used (DDR1, DDR2, etc.) also pay attention to the clock of the memory. If you use eg 2 modules and is the clock of a module less the other module is operated at a slower clock. Common clock speeds of DDR modules are 200, 266, 333 and 400 MHz. The clock rate of a module can often be easily read from the model and is directly behind the DDR designation. Also, modules differ in the number of pins.

At GDR memory SO-DIMM format, there are 200 pins. But to prevent false memory modules are inserted in the slot, all modules are provided with a small notch. This prevents, for example, A DDR2 module is placed in a DDR1 slot. An extension of the working memory can increase the performance of a device noticeably since the RAM is a significant feature of the overall system performance.
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