RDIMM

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RDIMM

(Registered DIMM) A dual in-line memory module (DIMM) with improved reliability. The RDIMM, which became available for DDR3 memory, uses a hardware register that buffers the control signals (not the application data) to the modules. The buffering adds a clock cycle and uses more power but handles the heavier electrical loads placed on high-speed, high-density memory modules better than the traditional DIMM, or "unbuffered DIMM" (UDIMM). RDIMMs also support Chipkill/SDDC memory (see chipkill). When two or more DIMMs are used per memory channel, RDIMMs typically provide greater performance than UDIMMs, but the motherboard documentation must be consulted to determine which modules can be used. See memory module and SDRAM.
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Also, they can be used to meet market demand for DDR2 4GB unbuffered DIMM for PCs and 4GB SO-DIMM for notebook PCs.
Cuatro ranuras Unbuffered DIMM con soporte Dual Channel, soporta hasta 4GB de memoria DDR 266/333/400MHz y 433/466 /500/533MHz con overclocking, ranura AGP 4X/8X, cinco ranuras PCI, controlador integrado Ultra DMA 66/100 IDE para hasta cuatro dispositivos IDE, controlador integrado Serial ATA/150 para dos dispositivos SATA, audio integrado de seis canales, adaptador Gigabit LAN integrado, chipset Intel 865PE / ICH5 PUERTOS Abit KV8-MAX3.
Cuatro ranuras Unbuffered DIMM con soporte Dual Channel, soporta hasta 4GB de memoria DDR 266/333/4000MHz y 433/466/500/533MHz co overclocking, ranura AGP 4X/8X, cinco ranuras PCI, controlador integrado Ultra DMA 66/100 IDE para hasta cuatro dispositivos IDE, controlador integrado Serial ATA/150 para dos dispositivos SATA, audio integrado de seis canales, adaptador Gigabit LAN integrado, chipset Intel 865PE / ICH5