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DIMM

[¦dē¦ī¦em′em]
(computer science)
A small circuit board that holds semiconductor memory chips with two independent rows of input/output contacts. Derived from dual in-line memory module.

DIMM

DIMM

(Dual In-Line Memory Module) A printed circuit board that holds memory chips and plugs into a DIMM socket on the motherboard. See memory module.
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The new FS2501 DDR4 DIMM Interposer and the FS2502 DDR4 SO-DIMM Interposer are priced at $40,000 each (US).
This unique channel structure alleviates electrical loading issues, enabling designers to use a large number of DIMMs within a single system.
512 MB DIMM memory upgrade enables the user to take full advantage of the system's performance with 100% compatibility with the recently released Firmware Update 4.
Other World Computing (OWC) has officially begun shipments of the new Fully Buffered DIMM (FB-DIMM) 667MHz DDR2 72 Bit ECC (error correcting) memory upgrade kits for new Apple "Mac Pro Quad Xeon".
A key attribute of the fully-buffered DIMM (FB-DIMM) channel architecture is the high-speed, serial, point-to-point connection between the memory controller and modules on the channel.
Qimonda compared the energy used by both its 1GB DDR2 DIMM and 2GB DDR2 DIMM products to 1GB-density DDR2 DIMM devices from other companies.
The FB-DIMM specification calls for all signals -- clock, address, command and data -- to and from the DRAM devices on the module to be buffered at the high-speed Advanced Memory Buffer (AMB) chip located on the DIMM.