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RAM PROPERTIES Friends in the last post i tried to explain the different types of ram as well as given the details of its similarities now i am going to show you how the properties of ram can be judged . SO LET US BEGIN. SINGLE SIDED VS DOUBLE SIDED DIMMS or DUAL INLINE MEMORY MODULE whatever you call are often referred to as single chip or double sided to describe whether the chips are located on one or both of the modules printed circuit board . However these terms may cause confusion or distract you from the topic, as the physical layout of the chips does not necessarily relate to how they are logically organized or accessed in whatever terms you are told. ERROR CORECTING CODE MEMORY (ECC MEMORY) An ERROR CORRECTING CODE (or ECC) whatever general public says  could be a   kind of  computer data storage  which will  detect  and proper  the more common  types of  internal data corruption in simple words with firmness and boldness. Most computers or workstati


ALL ABOUT RAM RAM (random access memory) is a place in computing device where the operating system, application programs and data in current uses are kept .   So they can be quickly reached by the device processor. Ram is much faster to read from and write to than other kinds of storage in a computer, such as hard disk drive (hdd) solid turned off.   Ram loses its data when the computer is turned on again,   the operating system and other files once again loaded into ram again. Types of ram Ram can be classified into two types 1.        Static ram     2.        Dynamic ram Static ram Static ram is a random access memory (ram) that retain its memory as long as power is being supplied or any new new input enters.   Unlike dynamic ram, which stores bits in cellsconsisting of a capacitor and a transistor is in a latch circuit (flip flop).   Sram does not have to periodically refreshed.   Static ram provides faster access to data and is more expensive than dram.