Subclass of CIM_Chip
PhysicalMemory is a subclass of CIM_Chip, representing low level memory devices - SIMMS, DIMMs, raw memory chips, etc.
The total capacity of this PhysicalMemory, in bytes.
The position of this PhysicalMemory in an interleave. 0 indicates non-interleaved. 1 indicates the first position, 2 the second position and so on. For example, in a 2:1 interleave, a value of ‘1’ would indicate that the Memory is in the ‘even’ position.
The maximum speed (in MHz) of PhysicalMemory.
A string identifying the physically labeled bank where the Memory is located - for example, ‘Bank 0’ or ‘Bank A’.
The IsSpeedInMHz property is used to indicate if the Speed property or the MaxMemorySpeed contains the value of the memory speed. A value of TRUE shall indicate that the speed is represented by the MaxMemorySpeed property. A value of FALSE shall indicate that the speed is represented by the Speed property.
The implementation form factor for the Chip. For example, values such as SIMM (7), TSOP (9) or PGA (10) can be specified.
ValueMap Values 0 Unknown 1 Other 2 SIP 3 DIP 4 ZIP 5 SOJ 6 Proprietary 7 SIMM 8 DIMM 9 TSOP 10 PGA 11 RIMM 12 SODIMM 13 SRIMM 14 SMD 15 SSMP 16 QFP 17 TQFP 18 SOIC 19 LCC 20 PLCC 21 BGA 22 FPBGA 23 LGA
The type of PhysicalMemory. Synchronous DRAM is also known as SDRAM Cache DRAM is also known as CDRAM CDRAM is also known as Cache DRAM SDRAM is also known as Synchronous DRAM BRAM is also known as Block RAM
ValueMap Values 0 Unknown 1 Other 2 DRAM 3 Synchronous DRAM 4 Cache DRAM 5 EDO 6 EDRAM 7 VRAM 8 SRAM 9 RAM 10 ROM 11 Flash 12 EEPROM 13 FEPROM 14 EPROM 15 CDRAM 16 3DRAM 17 SDRAM 18 SGRAM 19 RDRAM 20 DDR 21 DDR-2 22 BRAM 23 FB-DIMM 24 DDR3 25 FBD2 26 DDR4 27..32567 DMTF Reserved 32568..65535 Vendor Reserved
Data width of the PhysicalMemory, in bits. A data width of 0 and a TotalWidth of 8 would indicate that the Memory is solely used to provide error correction bits.
Total width, in bits, of the PhysicalMemory, including check or error correction bits. If there are no error correction bits, the value in this property should match that specified for DataWidth.
The configured clock speed (in MHz) of PhysicalMemory.
Specifies the position of the PhysicalMemory in a ‘row’. For example, if it takes two 8-bit memory devices to form a 16- bit row, then a value of ‘2’means that this Memory is the second device. 0 is an invalid value for this property.
The speed of the PhysicalMemory, in nanoseconds.