Computer memory chips are actually small circuit boards that contain a group of memory chips available in 32-bit or 64-bit bus widths called a SIMM or Single In-Line Memory Module containing megabyte (MB) or gigabyte (GB) chips.
Computer memory chips are actually small circuit boards that contain a group of memory chips in 32-bit or 64-bit bus widths called a SIMM (Single In-Line Memory Module).
This "Ultra 64" branding can be found on the arcade versions of Cruisin' USA and Killer Instinct, titles said to be powered by Nintendo's 64-bit console.
Eventually, despite its reported "64-bit" prowess, the Atari Jaguar just could not keep up with the polygon pushing power of the Sony PlayStation.
If you're looking at a laptop that's using a 64-bit operating system, then you should be opting for no less than 3 GB of RAM.