RAM chip


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RAM chip

(Random Access Memory chip) A memory chip. See dynamic RAM, static RAM, RAM and memory.
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As a result of the advances, the Singapore researcher has now created a version of phase-change memory that is as fast as RAM chips and packs in many times more storage capacity than flash drives.
301F features a 5-inch TFT LCD with an embedded RAM chip that, by temporarily storing screen data in RAM, can significantly reduce power consumption when displaying still images.
RAM chip prices are at an all time low and it's possible to buy 256Meg of RAM for around pounds 35, which will breathe new life into your PC, and should stop the annoying system freezes.
The speed at which any RAM chip operates is measure< in nanoseconds (ns) -- the smaller the number of ns, the faster the memory.
ARROWS Z features a TFT LCD with an embedded RAM chip that, by temporarily storing screen data in RAM, can significantly reduce power consumption when displaying still images.
At the recent CEDIA Smart Home Exhibition at the NEC one of the star attractions was an A2 sized picture frame - pine border, white card mount, but the centrepiece wasn't a watercolour but an LCD screen, playing a constant loop of still images and video clips from a RAM chip.
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-12 February 2001-Samsung unveils 32Mb Uni-transistor RAM chip (C)1994-2001 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.
As various RAM chip technologies fall in price, become non-volatile and increase in capacity, expect to see more RAM storage embedded in conventional drives for indexes, directories, and specific-addressable content that will eliminate mechanical movement.
Sadly, Motorola only installed 1 GB of RAM chip on Moto G which scarce for intense multitasking processes.