UDIMM (unregistered memory) is a type of memory chip used most commonly in desktop and laptop computers. More commonly called unbuffered memory, UDIMMs run faster than registered memory (RDIMM) and cost less, but are not quite as stable as RDIMMs. The DDR memory chips in use today are a type of UDIMM.
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