SMART offers RDIMM which uses a hardware register that buffers the control signals, and not the application data, to the modules. The buffering adds a clock cycle and uses more power, but handles the heavier electrical loads placed on high-speed, high-density memory modules better than the traditional DIMM, or unbuffered DIMM). When two or more DIMMs are used per memory channel, RDIMMs typically provide greater performance. SMART supports all its modular memory with exemplary customer service and support.
Resources and Support
|File||Documentation||Document Size & Type||Last Updated|
|DRAM Product Line Brochure||3.2MB - PDF||4/4/2019|
|Sales Literature - DDR3 Module Product Overview||145KB - PDF||11/5/2019|
|Sales Literature - Industrial Grade DRAM Modules||226KB - PDF||11/5/2019|
|Data Sheet for PN SPI2047RV310438SE||GET DATASHEET||GET DATASHEET|