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  • initialism synchronous dynamic random access memory

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  • Tokyo: Elpida Memory, a global supplier of Dynamic Random Access Memory (DRAM) announced that it had completed development of a 4GB DDR3 SDRAM, which is claimed to be the highest density DDR3 DRAM in the DRAM industry.

    SiliconIndia.com

  • Tokyo: Elpida Memory, a global supplier of Dynamic Random Access Memory (DRAM) announced that it had completed development of a 4GB DDR3 SDRAM, which is claimed to be the highest density DDR3 DRAM in the DRAM industry.

    SiliconIndia.com

  • RAM (acronym for "Random Access Memory") (also known as "SDRAM," a more recent version of RAM): The "volatile" memory used in conjunction with the computer's CPU to run programs and open data files.

    Smartphone & Pocket PC magazine

  • RAM (acronym for "Random Access Memory") (also known as "SDRAM," a more recent version of RAM): The "volatile" memory used in conjunction with the computer's CPU to run programs and open data files.

    Smartphone & Pocket PC magazine

  • RAM (acronym for "Random Access Memory") (also known as "SDRAM," a more recent version of RAM): The "volatile" memory used in conjunction with the computer's CPU to run programs and open data files.

    Smartphone & Pocket PC magazine

  • RAM (acronym for "Random Access Memory") (also known as "SDRAM," a more recent version of RAM): The "volatile" memory used in conjunction with the computer's CPU to run programs and open data files.

    Smartphone & Pocket PC magazine

  • RAM (acronym for "Random Access Memory") (also known as "SDRAM," a more recent version of RAM): The "volatile" memory used in conjunction with the computer's CPU to run programs and open data files.

    Smartphone & Pocket PC magazine

  • MHz DDR3 SDRAM which is expandable to 8 GB, a 320 GB 7200 rpm SATA hard drive, and an integrated Nvidia graphics processor (GeForce 9400M).

    Betanews

  • RAM (acronym for "Random Access Memory") (also known as "SDRAM," a more recent version of RAM): The "volatile" memory used in conjunction with the computer's CPU to run programs and open data files.

    Smartphone & Pocket PC magazine

  • My computer is a PowerBook G4 10.4.11 with a 1.5 GHz processor and 2 GB DDR SDRAM.

    Personal Tech Live with Rob Pegoraro

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