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DIMM (dual in-line memory module) is a form of computer memory that is 64 bits natively, allowing for quick data transfer. A DIMM is a tiny circuit board with connections that link it to the computer motherboard and includes one or more random access memory (RAM) chips.
Each data bit is stored in its own memory cell in the DIMM. DIMMs employ a 64-bit data route because personal computer processors have a 64-bit data width. Another advancement in DIMMs is the addition of cooling fins or structures to the DIMM itself.
The increase in chip density and clock speed in standard 8 GB or 16 GB DIMMS resulted in an increase in heat production. DIMMs are often utilised in desktop computers, laptops, printers and other devices.
The Global Dual In-Line Memory Module (DIMM) accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2026, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2027.
TEAMGROUP has released the world’s first DDR5 memory module for desktop computers, after a collaboration arrangement with leading DRAM wafer producers.
The TEAMGROUP ELITE DDR5 memory module will initially offer 16GBx2 of capacity at a frequency of 4800MHz and a voltage of 1.1V CL40-40-40-77, which is compliant with the JEDEC association’s standard criteria.
When compared to the DDR4 generation’s maximum 3200MHz standard frequency, the DDR5 can boost the speed by up to 50 percent.
The most amazing characteristic of ELITE DDR5 is that it doubles the 16 banks of DDR4 to 32 banks in DDR5 in order to optimise the IC structure and provide double access availability.
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