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Registered Memory

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A type of SDRAM memory that uses registers to hold data for one clock cycle before it is moving it on and in so doing increases the reliability of high-speed data access. Registered memory modules are typically used only in server environments and other mission-critical systems. Registered and unbuffered memory cannot be mixed. the design of the processor’s memory controller dictating which type is required.