Rambus Dynamic Random Access Memory

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Rambus Dynamic Random Access Memory

Rambus dynamic random access memory uses a Rambus Inline Memory Module (RIMM). RDRAM can function at a higher speed, however, it also produces a high amount of heat that needs to be dissipated. Even after the Intel Corporation, advised the use of RDRAM, it was still unable to gain as much popularity as SDRAM.

   

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7/1/2007 9:57:51 PM
Eric Stevens said:

This sounds like part of the spam which originated in the early days of the conspiracy against Rambus.




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