If you've just landed at ALLHDD, you must already know what RAM is! In case you don't, it's physical hardware in the CPU to temporarily store the information. Things are not as simple as they look! With the networking servers bloating up with the information and data, the data transfer and loading speeds are suffering from a dip. In turn, the data processing has become slower, affecting the jobs of many! Worry not, as we have got you covered with the best solution on-board.
DDR3 RAMs follow the synchronous mode and are the 3rd iteration in the SDRAM category. When launched, this SDRAM has got the title of ''go to RAM'' across the networking platforms worldwide.
DDR2 and DDR3 chips typically follow the same size but somewhat different pin nodules. The developers have to narrow down the space between the pins as the DDR2 features the 200-pins in SODIMM form while the DDR3 contains 240-pins in the DIMM form. Later on, the developers have launched the 240-pin nodule in the unbuffered form of DDR2 as well.
PC3-14900 memory module follows the higher data transfer speeds while reading, writing, or transferring the chunks of data. DDR3 SDRAM offers up to 1600 MHz of speed which supports higher bandwidth with its unique functionalities on-board. DDR3's much higher speed and performance depend on the 8-bit deep prefetch buffer, which is far better than the 4-bit prefetch buffer compared to the predecessor.
DDR3 SDRAMs are famous for their higher bandwidth along with better and sufficient clock speeds. That's what makes it an ideal and best-suited choice for the server rooms and business centers. The DDR2 used to feature the 400-800 MHz of clock speed while the DDR3 PC3 14900 can support up to 1600 MHz - double than the previous generation!
The DDR3 SDRAMs are proven much effective in the falling and rising edge 400-800 MHz I/O clock. To help you get the right deal we, at ALLHDD, have combined a list of PC3 14900 options: 8GB, 16GB, 32GB, 48GB, 64GB, 128GB, 256GB, and 512GB as well, check them out and find the best for you.
What's noteworthy in DDR3 memory modules is their less power consumption than the DDR2 and DDR. The manufacturers and tech-savvies claimed a reduction of 30% power in the former one due to being supported with the supply voltage of 1.5V. The DDR2 used to operate on the 1.8V power supply.
PC3 14900 DDR3 memory supports the algorithm switch on-board! It features two different algorithms or patterns named Automatic refresh and Self-Refresh. The memory module can switch intelligently, depending on the stress, data, and speed you want.