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Въпроси за RAM памет

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Някои знае ли каква е разликата на тези RAM памети на които пише unbuffered, а на други не. Примерно като това :
8gb ddr3 1600 sodimm unbuffered
И как ще е по- добре да се вземе >>> ???
2x4 GB DDR3 1600MHZ CasLatency 9 които са по-бързи заради Латентноста която е 9.
Или 2x8 GB DDR3 1600Mhz CasLatency 11 като ще има повече Рам но май по-бавна заради Латентността 11.

Разбира се става въпрос за RAM на Лаптоп !!!

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Предполагам това може да ти свърши работа:



Също така намерих това:

Buffered (also called Registered) RAM has additional hardware (a register) that sits between the memory and CPU, and will store data (buffering the data) before it's sent to the CPU. This is meant for reliability in systems that have lots of memory and lots of memory modules (think large servers), because in those systems more memory modules means more electrical demands, so buffering/registering the data reduces electrical load.

You don't really have to concern yourself with it if it's just some home machine, as it does tend to be more expensive (because it's more complex and intended for servers and machines of that class) and slightly slower (because of the memory buffering).

Also, some memory also is classified as ECC RAM, which has additional circuitry to determine if data has errors and correct them if so. It's also more expensive, and intended for reliability, and it's usually a paired feature with buffered/registered memory.

Извинявам се, че е на английски, но така винаги и по-лесно да намериш желаната информация.

Поздрави!

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