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The Difference Between RAM and Processor Power

The Difference Between RAM and Processor Power

    Often, the first things which come to mind when thinking of upgrading your computer are either adding more memory modules (RAM) or going for a faster processor (CPU). The main reason is that these two components form the very basic core of your machine, allowing it to store program instructions (gathered from your hard drive) and subsequently access and process these via the CPU.

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The Difference Between RAM and SDRAM

The Difference Between RAM and SDRAM

    RAM, SDRAM, DDR RAM? What is it all about? The novice might suddenly appear bemused or mystified at the brandishing of such 21st Century sorcery, but they are nothing more than acronyms which indicate memory in a computer.

    So fear not, as we will finally put this confusion to rest in the following paragraphs to explain where the terms come from and what they mean.

    RAM

    The acronym RAM simply stands for Random-Access Memory and is commonly known as the memory modules (or the modern DIMMs) used in your computer in order to store information.

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