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refresh memory

To continuously re-energize the capacitors in dynamic RAM memory chips. See dynamic RAM and refresh.
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And since we were teaching software developers, if we couldn't relate bus speeds and clock ticks and memory refresh rates to anything concrete that a programmer could do to improve program performance on the chips, then I suspected the audience was nodding off, too.
Avery DDR chip/DIMM memory models are for SoC/memory controller verification, to test memory controller functions such as memory refresh and control modes such as DDR4's PDA and modereg readout.
These include four DMA channels, multiple timers, a programmable interrupt controller, a memory refresh unit, programmable DRAM controller, variable-rate asynchronous serial ports, flexible chip select unit, and a peripherals control block with advanced power management.
In addition the MCH has wider data paths, a write cache and flexible memory refresh technology to enable optimum PC133 SDRAM performance, as well as the latest graphics devices through the 1.5V AGP4x interface enabling 1 Gb/s of graphics bandwidth.
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Racing over hurdles for the first time under National Hunt Rules since November 2007, Rajeh dug deep to hold Any Given Day by a neck and he can follow up in the Betdaq Betting Exchange Handicap Hurdle now he has had his memory refreshed.
* Don't confuse memory recorded with memory refreshed.
After having her memory refreshed on who was actually playing in the semi-finals, Be presenter Alex said, "I'm going to go for France, mainly because they are so fit but also because they are the hosts and have done a really good job of hosting it.
Fourth, she provides no evidence, because there is none, that hypnotically refreshed recollection is more apt to be in error than memory refreshed in other ways.