Q1. How to apply Intel XMP to maximize your system performance?
A1. You can load predefined and tested Intel® XMP profiles through your computer’s operating
system, using BIOS or a specific tuning application. To find the right tuning utility for your system,
contact the board manufacturer.
Q2. What is CL/tRCD/tRP?
A2. CL is abbreviation of CAS read Latency which means the delay time(number of clock cycles) from
Read Command to 1st Data output. So the smaller CL, the better performance. tRCD and tRP are AC
timing parameters of DRAM which are means Active command to Read/Write command and Precharge
command to Active command. They are also the smaller number, the better performance.
Q3. How to buy Products?
A3. Please check Ordering Information page at Support category for DRAM modules. You can send us
a e-mail for data sheet request of those products. And also you can send us a e-mail if you need flah
storage devices or Component Test Services.
Q4. What is the difference between UDIMM and RDIMM?
A4. UDIMM(Unbuffered Dual In-line Memory Module) doesn’t have any buffer chips on module. RDIMM
(Registered DIMM), however, have a Buffer chip so called RCD(Registering Clock Driver) to buffer
command and address signals between memory controller and DRAM components. Therefore more
RDIMMs(normally Server used) can be installed on system than UDIMM(normally PC used).
Q5. What is the difference between eMCP and eMMC?
A5. eMMC(Embedded Multi-Media Card) is consist of EEPROM(Electrically Erasable Programmable
Read Only Memory) and flash memory controller. It is used for storage device. eMCP(Embedded
Multi Chip Package) is a package type which packaged eMMC and LPDDR(Low Power Double Data
Rate) DRAM within same package to save space on system board.
Q6. What is RMA?
A6. RMA(Return Material Authorization) is the process that abnormal products are being returned to
original maufacturer to claim of exchage to new one or refund. Normally most of malfunctioning
products can be claimed except external damaged caused problems and could be time limitation
from purchased date for RMA.