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ETT & UTT Memory IC's Explained

Posted on Thursday, July 21 2005 @ 03:21:31 CEST by


Do memory DRAM terms like UTT, ETT and branded/unbranded make your head spin? Memory companies have several options on what IC's to put onto their memory modules and we go over them in a brief article showing the differences so you can become a better system builder and/or consumer.

"If a memory company chooses not to use branded IC's then they can use several different types of unbranded parts. The three major types of IC's to select for value memory are; ETT, UTT, and downgraded DRAM. Right now UTT and ETT modules are starting to make a buzz in the DIY computer industry..." Read more at Legit Reviews



 



 

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