Which of these is commonly associated with the memory modules in today’s modern PCs?
E) I can’t remember what I need to know about memory
The answers: A) SDRAM
Synchronous Dynamic RAM (SDRAM) is the type of memory used on our DDR memory modules. ROM is read-only memory, and it’s commonly associated with our startup BIOS software. RDRAM refers to the now-outdated Rambus DRAM, and SRAM is the static RAM commonly used in our processor caches.
Want to know more? Watch “An Overview of PC Memory Types.”
Your computer contains many types of memory. In this video, you’ll learn about ROM, SRAM, SDRAM, and other memory types. You’ll also learn an easy way to calculate the memory bus speed or memory throughput rates of DDR, DDR2, or DDR3 memory.