Proprietary Memory Modules

Dedicated memory means spare parts for brand-name computers and various types of equipment including desktop computers, servers, laptops, printers, routers and other types of equipment, where memory is a critical component.

Dedicated memory can be divided into 3 groups:

  • dedicated memory for laptops and desktops –  this memory allows to modernize portable and desktop computers
  • memory for workstations and servers – intended for demanding pieces of equipment where stable operation is one of the key elements.
  • special memory – intended for all other devices such as printer memory, memory for industrial computers

What is the difference between dedicated and standard memory?

RAM can be built in more than one option. To operate efficiently, certain devices require memory built in a specific way, typical for such devices. Dedicated memory is designed on the basis of the producer’s specification for the device. Additional selection is made at their production and memory undergoes a series of additional specialized tests. SPD (Serial Presence Detect), for example, serves the role of memory identifier, which is used by BIOS. SPD for dedicated memory is modified especially for the end device using this memory. Two identical RAM sticks with the capacity of 512MB for two different printers (W-13N1526 and W-CE483A) might look and be built identically, yet the difference is in memory latencies. These memories will not operate sequentially in these devices.

Why is it worth using dedicated GOODRAM memory?

Wilk Elektronik SA, the manufacturer of GOODRAM memory, has specialized in computer memory already for 22 years. Dedicated GOODRAM memory means „custom made or tailored memory”, which means that each module is produced according to the producer’s specification. Thanks to the above feature, they fulfil compatibility and operational stability criteria and other parameters specified in the producer’s recommendations. Polish GOODRAM memory is produced by experienced and qualified experts.

Select appropriate pair dedicated to your device!

Please try our dedicated memory configurator. Select the solution you’re looking for in a fast and simple way!

GOODRAM memory modules decoder

W-MEM 1333 R 3 D 4 K2 4G S M L LV B
1.
prefix
2.
speed
3.
type
4.
generation
5.
number of ranks
6.
organisation
7.
modules
quantity
8.
capacity
9.
additional
10.
chips manufacturer
11.
profile
12.
voltage
13.
heat spreader
  1. Prefix:
    • W-MEM – proprietary,
    • W-IN –industrial,
    • W-IT – industrial extended temperature. (-40 ~ +85°C).
  2. Speed:
    • 26 – 266 MHz,
    • 33 – 333 MHz,
    • 40 – 400 MHz,
    • 53 – 533 MHz,
    • 67 – 667 MHz,
    • 80 – 800 MHz,
    • 1066 – 1066 MHz,
    • 1333/13 – 1333 MHz
    • 1600/16 – 1600 MHz,
    • 1866/18 – 1866 MHz,
    • 2133/21 – 2133 MHz.
  3. Type:
    • S – SODIMM,
    • D – DIMM,
    • E – ECC,
    • R – ECC REG,
    • F – FBDIMM,
    • L – LRDIMM,
    • SE – SODIMM ECC.
  4. Generation
    • none – DDR1,
    • 2 – DDR2,
    • 3 – DDR3,
    • 4 – DDR4.
  5. Ranks:
    • S – 1 rank,
    • D – 2 ranks
    • Q – 4 ranks
    • O – 8 ranks
  6. Organisation
    • 4 – x4,
    • 8 – x8,
    • 16 – x16.
  7. number of memory modules
    • none – 1 module,
    • K2 – 2 module,
    • K3 – 3 module,
    • K4 – 4 module.
  8. Capacity:
    • in GB, if none G = MB.
  9. Additional
    • for memory UDIMM: S –Single Rank.
  10. Chips manufacturer:
    • M – Micron,
    • H – Hynix,
    • G – Samsung,
    • E – Elpida,
    • N – Nanya.
  11. Profile:
    • none – low profile,
    • L – very low profile.
  12. Voltage:
    • None – standard voltage (ex.: DDR3 – 1,5 V),
    • LV – low voltage (ex.: DDR3 – 1,35 V).
  13. Heat spreader:
    • None – without heat spreader
    • B – heat spreader

* Optional parameters which do not need to be present in the P/N are selected with bold italic.

Recommended memory models may vary depending on the type of individual configurations (processor type etc.)