What is single-sided and double-sided memory? What are their characteristics and differences? Do you know how to distinguish one side from two sides of a memory module? The following small series to bring how to distinguish between memory module single-sided and double-sided content, welcome to read!

The difference between one side and two sides of memory module

The technology of one side is advanced and stable; Good compatibility on both sides.

1. Memory is divided into one side and two sides. Double sided memory is an old technology, while single sided memory is a new one.

2. Double sided memory is due to the low capacity of a single particle. In order to accommodate a larger capacity, a lot of particles must be used, so it must be used on both sides.

3. Double sided memory, because the circuit is complex, more particles, so the probability of failure is more. The single-sided memory has the advantages of simple circuit, low error rate and high stability.

The difference between one side and two sides of memory module 2:

Single sided memory must be better than double-sided memory, or must be distinguished between the two. Single and double-sided memories are not good or bad, and the difference is very small. It just depends on which package is better supported by the motherboard chipset. It is undeniable that with the same capacity of memory, the integration degree of one side is higher than that of two sides, and the production date is later, so the work is more stable.

As the yield of memory factories is getting higher and higher, single-sided memory can be made into 512MB and so on. In the past, only double-sided particles could achieve this effect. In fact, there is no difference in performance. However, according to the past experience, single-sided memory is better, overclocking, dual-sided memory compatibility is better.

The difference between one side and two sides of memory module 3:

There is little difference in quality between single-sided and double-sided memory modules, but they are divided into single-sided and double-sided memory modules because of different PCB designs and chip types. The main differences between them are as follows:

(1) Memory IC integration is different. For example: 168 line 128MB single-sided memory uses 128Mbit 16m × 8bit IC, while 64Mbit 8m is used for double-sided IC × 8 bit IC.

(2) The cost of production is different. The cost of double-sided memory is lower.

(3) Compatibility is different. For some chipsets, single-sided memory modules are better than double-sided ones.

The difference between one side and two sides of memory module 4:

Single and double-sided memories are not good or bad, and the difference is very small. It just depends on which package is better supported by the motherboard chipset. It is undeniable that with the same capacity of memory, the integration degree of one side is higher than that of two sides, and the production date is later, so the work is more stable.

However, users who upgrade the memory should pay attention to the unity of single and double sides of the memory before and after the upgrade, so as to ensure the stability of your system to the greatest extent. At the same time, for the majority of users who want to upgrade the old motherboard, it is the most important to distinguish the support range of their motherboard. Of course, some problems can also be achieved by upgrading the new motherboard BIOS, but the operability of doing so is not very strong. It varies from person to person and board to board.

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