Difference between SIMM and DIMM
It stands for Single In-Line Memory Modules. SIMM is the tiny circuit board having edge connectors where the RAM chips are placed.
It stands for Dual In-Line Memory Module. DIMM has metal connectors similar to SIMM, but either of the sides of the connector does not rely on the other.
SIMM vs DIMM:
|1. SIMM stands for Single In-Line Memory Modules||1. DIMM stands for Dual In-Line Memory Module.|
|2. SIMM pins are present on the sides.||2. DIMM pins are independent.|
|3. It has 32 bit channel.||3. It has 64 bit channel.|
|4. It uses around 5 volts power.||4. It uses around 3.3 volts power.|
|5. It's capacity of storage is (4 - 64) Mb.||5. It's capacity of storage is 32 MB - 1 GB.|