Updated: 04/26/2017 by Computer Hope

registered memoryRDIMM (registered memory) is a type of memory chip used most often in servers. It is used to provide better stability and scalability for systems running on a server, putting less of an electrical load on a memory controller. The improved stability and scalability comes at a higher price, thus why RDIMMs are found mostly in servers and not desktop or laptop computers.

Memory terms, UDIMM