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SIMM

[sim]
(computer science)
A printed circuit board that holds several semiconductor memory chips and is used to add memory to a computer. Acronym for single in-line memory module.
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SIMM

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SIMM

(Single In-line Memory Module) An earlier printed circuit board that holds memory chips and plugs into a SIMM socket on the motherboard. See memory module.
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