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6189DIMM128 Radwell Allen Bradley Computer, Memory Board MEMORY MODULE 128MB SDRAM DIMM 168PIN
MT9VDDF6472Y-40BF1 Digi-Key Micron Technology Inc Memory Cards, Modules MODULE DDR SDRAM 512MB 184-DIMM
WD2RE01GX818V-667G-PE Digi-Key Wintec Industries Memory Cards, Modules MODULE DDR2-667 1GB 240-DIMM VLP
MT4VDDT3232UY-6K1 Digi-Key Micron Technology Inc Memory Cards, Modules MODULE DDR 128MB 167MHZ 172-DIMM
W4E232646LA-7.5 Digi-Key Wintec Industries Memory Cards, Modules MODULE DDR SDRAM 256MB 184-DIMM
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  • Smart Computing Article - Memory
    to keep your system s memory limits in mind when adding memory. If problems persist, try changing the order of your memory modules. DIMM sockets on the motherboard are labeled (DIMM0, DIMM1, etc.). You should always start installing memory in the lowest numbered socket available. In many cases the BIOS
  • EETimes.com | Electronics Industry News for EEs & Engineering Managers
    applications, Toshiba said. Analysis: Behind the problems at Nokia, Moto, TI Innoventions debuts test solution for SO-DIMMs Innoventions Inc., a supplier of portable computer memory testers, is shipping a converter that allows for affordable testing of 200-pin, double-data-rate (DDR) SO-DIMM memory
  • Computer Power User Article - My DDR Can Beat Up Your DDR
    DDR into the DIMM slots. The real cause for concern, though, was whether the system would run stable without heatspreaders for the memory. Although the system ran stable enough to run Sandra 2004, we did encounter problems with the Golden Dragon memory. Once again, we saw the dreaded on-screen
  • Computer Power User Article - AMD Athlon 64 FX-55 & MSI K8N Neo4 Platinum/SLI
    , and CoreCenter technologies, all of which we hoped would lead to some sick overclocking scores. Although this board might have the visual edge in the group when it comes to most colors used on a board, its display is rather unique, to put it nicely. Between the teal and purple DIMM slots, the yellow IDE
  • Computer Power User Article - What's Happening
    Micron Technology has begun large volume shipments of DDR-2 memory components, currently offering three possible densities: 256Mb (32MB), 512Mb (64MB), and 1Gb (128MB). Micron uses the components in DIMM modules ranging in densities from 128MB to 4GB. DDR-2 is the new generation of memory
  • Computer Power User Article - Advanced Q&A Corner
    first notebook, a Compaq Presario M2007US. The problem is that it came with only 256MB of RAM, so I decided to upgrade and got a 1GB Kingston SODIMM at a local computer show and installed it myself. The first disappointment came when I had to remove the existing 256MB DIMM because
  • Computer Power User Article - Small Form Factor Hits Big, Part Il
    . The side and top panels remove individually. Two DIMM slots rest along the motherboard's right side. I prefer this to Shuttle's design of laying DIMMs across the motherboard, which seems to invite snaking modules around dangling cables. Speaking of dangling cables, you won't find
  • Computer Power User Article - Mobo Q&A
    enterprise server chipset, the i7520 and i7520R both support dual-Intel Xeon Nocona processors with EM64T (Extended Memory 64 Technology), multibus PCI-X expansion slots, two Gigabit Ethernet LAN ports, and up to 32/16GB of registered DDR266/333 memory. Both support Tyan's proprietary TARO SO-DIMM

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