not really, w/ chips on both sides the ram is single density, with the chips on one side it double density, dont know if there is a performance issue between the two, but if i were to bet, i would say single density's better.
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Single or low density is more compatible with motherboards. Double or high density offers better performance, but is slightly less compatible. I would recommend double/high density, just make sure you check the specs on your motherboard to make sure it supports the make and model of RAM you want to buy. Here is a list of RAM makes and models that will work with Intel DDR motherboards.