Friday, 13 January 2012
Our Company is the India's largest Manufacturing unit of Memory modules and we have been producing several types of Memory Modules like DDR1,DDR2 and DDR3.
We want to share something more about memory module(DRAM) and its types:
Memory modules also known as memory chips. It contain DRAM memory that is the abbreviation of dynamic random access memory integrated circuits.
RAM works in synch with the method bus. But what is RAM actually? RAM is a central part in a PC, for without RAM there can be no knowledge processing. RAM is basically the storage area where all program is loaded & works from.
In RAM, transistors make up the individual storage cells which can each "remember" an amount of knowledge, for example, one or four bits - as long as the PC is switched on.
Memory Modules(RAM) are made in electronic chips made of so-called semiconductor material, like processors and plenty of other types of chips.
Normal RAM is called DRAM and it needs constant electronic recharging to keep up its data. Without power, all RAM cells are cleared.
Different Types of RAM
There are several types of RAM which can not be used on same motherboard normally. Because they aren't compatible.
Although, Some motherboards can have two sockets to place two types of RAM.
The types of RAM in market are :
A.SD RAM- It is very older & slower and not in use.
B. Rambus RAM-It is advanced than SD RAM and it is only used for very few Pentium 4's with certain Intel chipsets.
C.DDR RAM – It is the faster version of SD RAM .It is used for both Athlon & Pentium 4's.
D.DDR2 RAM-It is the new version of DDR RAM with higher clock frequencies.
E.DDR3 RAM-It is a modern kind of dynamic random access memorywith a high bandwidth interface.
SDRAM is an elderly & proven type, which is used in all of existing PC's. DDR RAM is a refinement of SDRAM, which is in point of fact double clocked. Rambus RAM is an advanced expertise which in principle is superior to DDR RAM in lots of ways. However, Rambus has had a difficult birth. The expertise has been patented by Rambus Inc., which has been involved in lots of legal suits. Numerous important manufacturers (such as VIA) have opted out of Rambus, & only create products which use DDR RAM. With the new DDR2 standard, there is no obvious need for Rambus RAM.
Although, there is a lot manufacturer taking place in DDR. New updated RAM will be released in upcoming days or within the next few years. So we need to see now what is next to be released in DDR.