Desktop RAM (DIMM)
A system memory known as the Dual In-Line Memory Module (DIMM) is used by Desktops. This is a sort of memory that uses RAM chips on a single circuit board. It’s faster when compared to other forms of memory. The 64-bit memory chip is connected directly to the motherboard.
Laptop RAM (SO-DIMM)
Laptops employ a RAM type called the Small Dual Inline Dual Memory Module (SO-DIMM). It is considerably smaller than standard DIMMs and employs integrated circuits. As a result, laptop and notebook systems with Mini-ITX motherboards employ SODIMMs most often.
ECC RAM incorporates an extra memory chip that performs both error detection and correction for the other eight memory chips. Instead of having a single parity bit for every 8 bits of data, ECC uses a 7-bit code that is created for every 64 bits of data.
When To Use A Desktop RAM?
1. If you are a player and want to enlarge your memory to satisfy your play needs.
2. If you are a programmer or graphic designer and need to further broaden your memory.
3. If you usually work indoors without your computer having to bring it outdoors.
4. If you continually have to upgrade your PC to more than two RAM slots.
When To Use Laptop RAM:
1. Desktop monitors are set on the table.
2. When you are constantly on the go, you must be prepared to handle everything that comes your way.
3. If you just use your laptop for basic purposes such as watching videos or typing.
When To Use ECC RAM:
ECC RAM is employed in workstations where even a little bit of errors could result in calculation inaccuracies that are more serious in the production process. Also if the system needs to run long processors for hours, ECC RAM is preferred for its auto-correcting errors facility.
Holoware desktop workstation comes with ECC RAM for memory protection for your amazing experience.