FAULTY RAM IDENTIFICATION AND TROUBLE SHOOTING

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WHAT ARE WE GOING TO LEARN TODAY

  • how to know wHen your ram is bad
  •  resolving the problem


first of all some people might be wondering ,,,what is this ram,,what is it use for,how does it work  and  so on but before we continue am going to clear your numerouse question
  WHAT YOU ARE GOING TO GAIN AFTER FOLLOWING UP THIS LESSON

  • WHAT RAM IS ALL ABOUT
  • TYPES OF RAM
  • FUNCTION OF RAM
  • A FAULTY RAM
  • TROUBLESHOOTING

ALL RIGHT!LETS START NOW

HERE WE GO,, RANDOM ACCESs MEMORY POPULARY KNOWN AS  R.A.M is a temporary storage  device in a computer, that temporary stored infomation in a computer.{R.A.m} holds information in a short while and then forget it, also ram is a device in computer which others programe relie/s on.
R.A.M. are measured in gb.from 1gb,2gb,4gb,8gb etc..  it can be the higher your R.A.M,the faster your computer can perform,
TYPES OF R.AM

THEY ARE DIFFERENT TYPES OF R.A.M  BUT WE ARE GONG TO LOO AT THE MOST COMMONLY USE OF RAM
SDRAM: Synchronous dynamic random access memory takes advantage of the burst mode concept to greatly improve performance. It does this by staying on the row containing the requested bit and moving rapidly through the columns, reading each bit as it goes. The idea is that most of the time the data needed by the CPU will be in sequence. SDRAM is about five percent faster than EDO RAM and is the most common form in desktops today. Maximum transfer rate to L2 cache is approximately 528 MBps.

DDR SDRAM: Double data rate synchronous dynamic RAM is just like SDRAM except that is has higher bandwidth, meaning greater speed. Maximum transfer rate to L2 cache is approximately 1,064 MBps (for DDR SDRAM 133 MHZ).

SRAM: Static random access memory uses multiple transistors, typically four to six, for each memory cell but doesn't have a capacitor in each cell. It is used primarily for cache.

 HERE WE HAVE TALK ABOUT FEW TYPES OF RAM.. ON OUR NEXT UPDATE,,  WE ARE GOING TO LOOK AT ,FUNCTION OF RAM
A FAULTY RAM
TROUBLESHOOTING
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