DIMM has become the predominant type of memory modules on the market because it is natively 64 bits, allowing for faster data transfer than its 32-bit SIMM (single in-line memory module) predecessor, while consuming less power. Common types of DIMMs include UDIMMs (unbuffered DIMMs), FB-DIMMs (fully-buffered DIMMs), RDIMMs (registered DIMMs), LRDIMMs (load-reduced DIMMs), SO-DIMMs (small outline DIMMs), MicroDIMMs, and UniDIMMs.
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