WRAM


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WRAM

WRAM

(Window RAM) A type of RAM developed by Samsung Electronics that is optimized for graphics cards. Although faster than VRAM, it uses the same type of dual-ported structure that simultaneously refreshes the screen while text and images are being drawn in the memory. See video RAM.
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However, as a result of the implementation of a WRAM account for Regions II and III in late November of 2008, GSWC recorded $3.
However, the implementation of the WRAM and MCBA in late November 2008 to decouple sales from revenue favorably impacted earnings by approximately $0.
GSWC intends to prospectively implement the WRAM in late November 2008.
The WRAM will be implemented in November 2008 and prospectively, should help mitigate fluctuations in the Company's future revenues and earnings due to changes in water consumption.
In addition to approving the settlement agreement, the CPUC's decision also rejected DRA's recommendation for a downward adjustment to the adopted rate of return on equity ("ROE") with the implementation of the WRAM.
08-02-036), three significant changes occurred on July 1, 2008: a WRAM became effective, decoupling water sales from revenues; conservation rates (also known as tiered or increasing block rates) were established in most California districts to reward residential customers for conservation efforts; and an MCBA was instituted to track cost changes, including supply mix variations, for future recovery or refund in rates.
The Millennium II can be configured with 4 MB to 8 MB WRAM, supporting resolutions up to 1600 x 1200 pixels with 24-bit true color.
Building on their award-winning success with the MGA Millennium, Matrox has upgraded the design by adding larger memory capacities - up to 16MB of WRAM - and improved 3D graphics capabilities to provide better 2D and 3D graphics performance.