1 GB memory

  jim63 19:01 07 Nov 2007

Could someone please tell me the difference between a NON ECC and a ECC 240 Pin DDR2 PC2-4200 - Unbuffered - DDR2-533 - 1.8V - . Also what does Unbuffered mean

  SANTOS7 19:18 07 Nov 2007

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  AI33 19:21 07 Nov 2007

Unbuffered memory is were data is fed straight out of the moduel. Buffered memory is were the data is held in a small store, the buffer, ready to be fed into the system.

ECC is error checking memory. It checks the data as it is received and sent to see if contains errors.

non ECC memory just receives and sends the data from the memory banks.

Buffered and ECC ram nearly always used in servers.

  jim63 19:14 16 Nov 2007

1GB, 240-pin DIMM, DDR2 PC2-4200 memory module
Is there a difference between PC2-4200 and PC2-5300

  woodchip 19:29 16 Nov 2007

Very little ECC memory sold today

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