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11-26-2002, 01:18 PM
Need to update my 128mb RDRAM (Non-EEC), preferably to around 512mb.
Any good vendors who'll ship to the UK, and as cheap as possible?
Also, is RDRAM as bad as everyone says? :hmm:
11-26-2002, 01:34 PM
yeah, that's why I'm looking for reasonably priced :(
[Edited 21:58 GMT]
The 32 Bit RIMM® module is a general purpose high-performance line of memory modules suitable for use in a broad range of applications including computer memory, personal computers, workstations, and other applications where high bandwidth and low latency are required. The 32 Bit RIMM module consists of 256Mb RDRAM® device. These are extremely high-speed CMOS DRAMs organized as 16M words by 16 bits. The use of Rambus Signaling Level (RSL) technology permits the use of conventional system and board design technologies. RIMM 4200 modules support 1066MHz transfer rate per pin, resulting in total module bandwidth of 4200MB/s or 4.2GB/s. The 32 Bit RIMM module provides 16 bit memory channel to facilitate compact system design. The "Thru" Channel enters and exits the module to support a connection to or from a controller, memory slot, or termination. The "Term" Channel is terminated on the module and supports a connection from a controller or another memory slot. The RDRAM architecture enables the highest sustained bandwidth for multiple, simultaneous, randomly addressed memory transactions. The separate control and data buses with independent row and column control yield over 95% bus efficiency. The RDRAM device multi-bank architecture supports up to four simultaneous transactions per device.
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Independent RDRAM channels, 1 pass through and 1 terminated on 32 Bit RIMM module
High speed 1066MHz RDRAM device
232 edge connector pads with 1mm pad spacing
Module PCB size: 133.35mm x 34.93mm x 1.27mm (5.25'' x 1.375''x 0.05'')
Gold plated edge connector pad contacts
Serial Presence Detect (SPD) support
Operates from a 2.5 volt supply (±5%)
Low power and powerdown self refresh modes
Separate Row and Column buses for higher efficiency.
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