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 Is there a difference between SDRAM and DIMM?

Answer DDR2 SDRAM refers to the type of RAM, in this case Double Data Rate times 2 and Syncronous Dynamic RAM.DIMM refers to the type of package it is in. In this case Dual Inline Memory Module. Without ... Read More »
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Are SDRAM& DIMM RAM the same?

SDRAM and DIMM are not the same because DIMM is not actually RAM. DIMM is a small circuit board that holds memory chips, while SDRAM is a type of memory chip.References:"Escotal.com": Memory
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What is the voltage needed by the module for an SDRAM DIMM?

Most SDRAM DIMMs draw 3.3 volts of power from the computer's power supply. However, some 5.0 volt SDRAM DIMMs exist as well. 5.0 volt SDRAM DIMMs may not function correctly in all computer motherbo... Read More »
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If your motherboard supports ecc sdram memory, can you substitute non-ecc sdram memory?

Some motherboards support both, check your motherboard.
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Is there a difference between DDR3 and DDR3 SDRAM?

Actually they are same some call it ddr3 and some said it ddr3 sdram.there is no difference between both of them.So dont worry buy any ddr3 ram and put it in your mobo :)
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