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AB ch 7 stack

BEDO BEDO A refined version of EDO memory that significantly improved access time over EDO
CAS Latency CAS stands for Column access strobe
C-RIMM a placeholder RIMM module that provides continuity so that every RIMM slot is filled
DDR3 a version of SDARM that is faster than DDR2 memory and that can use triple channels
Direct Rambus DRAM A memory technology by Rambus and intel that uses a narrow network-type system bus
Double Data Rate SDRAM memory technology used on DIMMs that runs at double the speed of the system clock
double-sided A DIMM feature whereby memory chips are installed on both sides
dual channels improves memory performance by providing two 64 bit channels between memory and the chipset
dual ranked Double sided DIMMs that provide 64 bit ranks
DRAM dynamic RAM
error-correcting code corrects single bit errors in a byte
extended data out type of outdated RAM thats faster than conventional RAM
FPM FPM improved on earlier memory types by sending the row address just once for many accesses to memory near that row
Created by: Abenitez96