Regardless of whether you choose DIMM or SO-DIMM, choosing the right memory module is crucial to optimize system performance. It is important to check compatibility with your system and ensure that you select the right capacity and speed to meet your requirements. To withstand industrial demands, most memory modules are also available with an extended operating temperature range of -40 to +85°C.

DIMM (Dual Inline Memory Module)

DIMM memory are widely used in desktop computers and servers. These modules are larger than their SO-DIMM counterparts and offer a higher capacity. A common application for DIMM modules is to increase system performance in workstations and servers that need to handle complex tasks and large data sets. The tasks of DIMM modules include:

  • Increasing memory capacity
  • Increasing speed
  • Improving data processing

SO-DIMM (Small Outline Dual Inline Memory Module)

SO-DIMM modules are smaller and more compact than DIMM modules and are used in laptops, notebooks and small form factor computers. They are known for their energy efficiency and mobility and fulfill the following tasks:

  • Space saving memory expansion
  • Mobility and energy efficiency
  • Adaptability due to the wide range of technical features

DDR memory generations


We offer DDR5 memory modules with capacities from 8 to 32 GB at a clock rate of 4800 MHz. They can hold a large amount of data in the memory at the same time. This is particularly important for computing-intensive tasks and memory-hungry applications such as video editing and 3D rendering. DDR5 memory modules have a higher bandwidth than their predecessor generations. This allows data to be transferred faster between RAM and CPU, resulting in improved responsiveness and faster application load times. DDR5 modules offer advanced error correction features that reduce data errors due to electromagnetic interference (EMI) or other interference. This increases the reliability and stability of the system.


DDR4 memory modules have been an integral part of the PC market since 2014. DDR4 offers a bandwidth of 512 MB up to 32 GB. The clock rate is between 2133 and 3200 MHz. For a large number of industrial applications, DDR4 memory is still a good choice today. Compared to its predecessor, the DDR4 module is clocked higher, which makes higher transfer rates possible. With the newly developed chip stacking technology, up to eight memory layers can be stacked on top of each other. This increases both the maximum memory capacity and the signal quality of the individual modules.


DDR3 (Double Data Rate 3) memory is compatible with a wide range of processors, especially older 1st to 3rd generation processors that were developed for this memory technology. However, compatibility depends on several factors, including the processor's socket type and the supported memory. The memory capacity ranges from 512 MB to 8 GB at clock rates between 1066 and 1866 MHz.
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