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Rambus RIMM - PCstats.com Rambus RIMM
Thu, December 23 1999 | 12:00AM | PermaLink Feedback?
The new RIMM (Ram) Modules may soon be showing up in a computer near you. They look almost like DIMM Ram, and will fit in the same slots, but are sadly are not at all compatable. "The RIMM architecture is based on the electrical requirements of the Direct Rambus Channel, a high-speed bus operating at a clock rate of 400MHz which enables a data rate of 800MHz (data is clocked on both clock edges). A two byte-wide data channel is used resulting in a peak data transfer rate of 1.6 Gbytes per second." So it looks like new motherboards, probably intended to support PIII 800Mhz and the like from AMD will also support the RIMM architecture. Look for the SO-RIMM (Ram) modules for your laptop sometime early to mid Y2K.
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http://www.rambus.com/general/intro_rimm_module.html
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