SIMM Memory Nomenclature:
Looking in the Sunday paper and computer store ads and in the section for MEMORY you'll see 4x32x60 SIMMs listed. What is that and is it what you need for your PC?
SIMM (Single Inline Memory Module) chips are the basic form of RAM (Random Access Memory) used today in PCs. They have chips on one side of the stick of memory, which is about 4 inches long for a 72 pin SIMM. DIMMs (Double Inline Memory Module) sticks, with chips on both sides of the stick, are now available but the SIMMs are still the most common.
The three numbers in the sequence represent the:
RAM, Get It, Use It, Enjoy It!
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