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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.
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DIMM

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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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Presently, 256-Mb chips and 256-MB dual inline memory modules (DIMMs) are the most popular memory configurations.