21 October 2014

SDRAM (Synchronous Dynamic Random Access Memory)

SDRAM (Synchronous Dynamic Random Access Memory) is a type of dynamic computer memory used in PCs from 1996 to 2003. SDRAM is also one type of computer memory solid-state category.

SDRAM, initially running at a speed of 66 MHz to be paired with the Intel Pentium Pro processor / Intel Pentium MMX / Intel Pentium II, and continuously increased to a speed of 100 MHz (paired with the Intel Pentium III / AMD Athlon), up stuck at a speed of 133 MHz (paired with the Intel Pentium 4 and AMD Athlon / Duron). Its popularity is declining while DDR-SDRAM is capable of transferring data twice as SDRAM appeared on the market with a stable chipset. After that, as a result of which the production is reduced, the price is soaring, with still a lot of market demand; with the same capacity as the DDR-SDRAM.

SDRAM (Synchronous Dynamic Random Access Memory)

SDRAM (Sychronous Dynamic RAM) is a type of RAM which is a continuation of DRAM but has been synchronized by the system clock and has a higher speed than DRAM. Suitable for systems with bus speeds up to 100 MHz. Generation dynamic RAM for Pentium I, II and III. Memory bus speed of 66 MHz frequency range at up to 133 MHz or so-called PC memory 66/100/133.

Spesifications of SDRAM :
SDRAM (Syncronous Dynamic Random Access Memory):
Memory slots for SDRAM is 168 pin
This form of SDRAM is a Dual Inline Memory Modules (DIMMs)
It has a top speed of 100 Mhz
Widely used for computers with Pentium 3 processor
SDRAM in one clock only deliver 1x data only.

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