What is the definition of sdram memory?

Answer SDRAM (Syncronous Dynamic Random Access Memory) is a type of RAM chip that synchronizes with the system bus, allowing data to be more readily available. SDRAM has two separate data cell blocks, whi... Read More »

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If your motherboard supports ecc sdram memory, can you substitute non-ecc sdram memory?

Some motherboards support both, check your motherboard.

What Is DDR SDRAM Memory?

DDR SDRAM is the shortened technical term for Double Data Rate Synchronous Dynamic Random Access Memory. This type of computer memory succeeds Single Data Rate SDRAM by stricter control of electric... Read More »

DDR Vs. SDRAM Memory?

DDR RAM clearly blows SDRAM out of the water with new technology. Although some savvy people might tell you that DDR RAM beats SDRAM, they sometimes cannot explain how. The secret lies in the memor... Read More »

What is sdram memory?

Synchronous dynamic read only memory is part of the RAM family. SDRAM memory is a controller chip that stores information for a short period of time making it volatile. When a computer is turned of... Read More »