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... DDR SDRAM
DDR SDRAM - The older standard of memory which preceeded DDR2 SDRAM.
The newer DDR2 SDRAM boosts conventional SDRAM up to speeds over 200MHz and beyond. This is much better than standard SDRAM which tops out around 150-166MHz and DDR SDRAM which starts at 200MHz and goes up to around 400MHz.
Laptop and computer buyers should keep in mind, the amount and type of RAM your device holds, will play an important part in how fast your data can be processed. Along with your CPU, it will also determine the overall performance level of your computer.
RAM stands for "Random Access Memory" and is basically a form of your computer's data storage. Large amounts of RAM are needed if you want your computer to handle large picture/video files or editing without crashing.
Also if you're using your computer for video gaming, RAM will be important. In this case, you will be looking for a system with discrete or dedicated graphics - which means your video card will have it's own dedicated RAM to make sure your video games run smoothly.
Here's a great NCIX Tech YouTube video explaining the two different RAM standards (these are not compatible) entitled "DDR2 vs DDR3 Memory"
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