I'm in the process of ordering a new computer and am not tech minded and have been limping along on an old Precision 690 XEON 5140, so please bear with me. I'm looking at ordering a Dell system (Dell Precision T3600, six core E5-1650), and there is 1 type of RAM available that is Non-ECC : DDR3 UDIMM, (4x2 GB DIMMS), and 2 types that are ECC: 1333Mhz, DDR3 SDRAM(4 DIMM) and DDR3 RDIMM, 1600 MHz(4 x 2GB DIMM).
Could someone on here explain the difference to me (in laymans terms please)and why one might be better than another for my needs? I primarily use 3dsMax, Vray and Photoshop and occasionally After Effects, Premiere and Illustrator.
Thanks in advance,