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    Help Me Choose: Memory

    Memory — sometimes referred to as random access memory or RAM — is the temporary storehouse for data flowing to and from your PC's processor. The data stored in memory can be from specific files, such as documents or video clips or instructions from software applications to your processor.

    All else being equal, a system with more memory can:

    • Deliver faster performance
    • Handle more open files at once
    • Open larger files
    • Work with more open applications at once


    2133 or 2667?

    Memory for Dell Precision™ mobile workstations is available in two different speeds: 2133MHz or 2667MHz (where available). 2133MHz memory offers good performance. 2667MHz memory runs faster and therefore can help provide a performance boost. Power users or customers who want the utmost performance should choose 2667MHz memory.

    How many DIMMS?

    DIMM stands for dual in-line memory module, the type of memory chip used in Dell Precision mobile workstations. To provide the utmost in configurability all Dell Precision workstations have four slots for memory DIMMs. Customers who want the best flexibility for future upgrades should populate two DIMM slots. If all four DIMM slots are populated at the time of purchase, some or all of the memory will have to be discarded to accommodate more memory.

    Adding memory at the time of purchase can be more cost-effective and convenient than upgrading later.

    If you want... Choose...
    Extreme performance for large data sets 32GB* memory
    Premiere performance capability 16GB* memory
    Advanced performance capability 8GB* memory
    Basic performance 4GB* memory
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