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DDR3 vs DDR4 RAM

DDR3 vs DDR4 RAM
DDR4 is the newer generation DDR that replaced DDR3. A compared to DDR3, DDR4 has a lower operating voltage, increased power saving enhancements, as well as increased efficiency and improved chip density.

eMMC vs HDD

eMMC vs HDD
eMMC stands for Embedded MultiMediaCard, while HDD stands for Hard Disk Drive. HDD is magnetic in nature and works on the rapidly rotating disks which are read by a reading arm. eMMCs uses integrated circuits...

eMMC vs SSD

eMMC vs SSD
eMMC stands for Embedded MultiMediaCard, while SSD stands for Solid-state drive or Solid-state disk. The primary difference between the two is that eMMC is a type of flash storage based on the MMC standard,...

Mother Board vs Chipset

Mother Board vs Chipset
A chipset is nothing more than a set of chips (circuits). A chipset along with all the other components of the computer, such as RAM, hard drive, CD/DVD drive, USB port, graphic card, etc. are all connected to...

DDR2 vs DDR3 RAM

DDR2 vs DDR3 RAM
DDR 2 has clock rate of 200-533MHz, with transfer rates up to 1,066MTps, and a power consumption of to 1.8 volts. DDR3, of course, was an improvement over DDR2. It featured a clock rate of 400-1,066MHz, a...

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