RAM card


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RAM card

(1) A printed circuit board containing memory chips that is plugged into a socket within the computer.

(2) A credit-card-sized module that contains memory chips and battery. See memory card.
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This process can deliver the same performance as recording to system memory or PCI RAM cards.