Double-sided RAM

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In computing, Double-sided RAM is a type of random-access memory module which has its chips divided into two sides (called ranks), only one of which can be addressed at a time by the computer. Initially, these were created by essentially attaching two single-sided SIMM cards to the same PCB, more modern memory modules use the more defined concept of ranks which can also be more than two.