You aren’t so bad yourself

August 22, 2012



When referring to DIMMs, what does the “D” mean?

A) The memory modules are best installed in pairs

B) Each memory slot must be filled

C) The memory content will disappear when power is lost

D) Memory contacts are different on each side of the module

E) The “I” stands for “Impressive”


The answer: D) Memory contacts are different on each side of the module

A Dual inline memory module (DIMM) is a standard memory type where each side of the memory module has independent contacts.

Want to know more? Watch “Memory Slots.”

There have been many different memory slot formats through the years. In this video, you’ll learn the difference between SIMMs, RIMMs, DIMMs, and SO-DIMMs.

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