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What is the difference between High Density chips and low Density chip


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what is the difference between High Density chips and low Density chips ram and which one is good
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ok :whistling: the higher density chip enables more data to flow with less current involved in pushing it. theres alot more to it than that i know,but thats my answer in 20 words or less
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The important difference is compatability, very few motherboards will support high density memory. Almost all major manufacturers use low density, if you try to use high density it will either not work at all or only recognize half of it.
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