Synchronous Dynamic Random Access Memory

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Synchronous Dynamic Random Access Memory

Synchronous dynamic random access memory was first made available in 1997 for speeds of 66 MHz. It is also used with speeds of 100 MHz, 133 MHz, and 150 MHz. The popularity of SDRAM has skyrocketed since its first introduction. As its name states, SDRAM has the ability to provide synchronization with the Central Processing Unit.



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