How many bits of information does a single cell of memory chip a memory chip on a 256MB PC2700 DDR module hold?
Answer \n. \nits simple and easy, one megabyte is equal to 1 million bytes so do the math\n. \nbytes megabytes\n. \n1,000,000 = 1\n. \n10,000,000 = 10\n. \n100,000,000 …= 100\n. \n250,000,000 = 250\n. \nand just check how many chips the memory have and do the math\n. \n...had to edit this answer substantially for inaccuracies, I think what he was trying to get at is divide the total DIMM memory by the number of chips on the module(ie: 256/8 = 32 megabytes per chip, or 32,000,000 bytes). Then to convert to bits you would need to multiply by 8 again (8 bits in a byte). Mind you this is for how much memory is on each chip and I don't think that is what this question is asking. I think http://wiki.answers.com/Q/How many bits of information does a single cell of a memory chip on a 256MB PC2700 DDR module hold would be a more reliable answer. (MORE)