Category Archives: Buyer’s Guide

Infographics: Difference between DDR3, DDR3L & DDR3U

Confused about acronyms used in upcoming generations of RAM modules? This infographic helps you to learn these in the easiest possible way. See the full infographics explaining the difference between DDR3, DDR3L & DDR3U below. Sources: Kingston, Quora, Tomshardware Understanding RAM Acronyms: What is DDR3L: The ‘L’ acronym in DDR3L RAM means ‘Low Voltage Memory’. This module can operate at

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Should You Upgrade Server or Buy a New One?

Just like a personal computer, the lifespan and performance of a server computer can be increased with certain changes. Upgrade Server can be done easily including RAM, Hard Drive, and Graphics Cards while upgrading other system components (including motherboard and processor) is a complex process. For example, upgrading a motherboard might require a RAM Upgrade as well.  You can find

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Active-Passive vs Active-Active Storage Controllers: What you should know before you buy one

There’s a lot of misconception among IT professionals about the difference between Active-Passive storage controllers and Active-Active Storage controllers. Most believe that the Active-Active storage controllers are superior because they work in unison and are lower priced whereas others prefer active-passive storage controllers for constancy over speed. Let’s start from the beginning i.e. what is the purpose of a storage

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