Memory - SdRAM

SdRAM types

SDRAM Memory

A RAM (random access memory) is a memory used in computers that can be easily changed and read and also used to save data. The SDRAM which is an acronym for Synchronous Dynamic Random-Access Memory is a dynamic RAM whose operation is linked to the clock speed of the microprocessor. To function better, the memory is split into Banks for the memory to act concurrently on each command after the signal from the clock. This, therefore, upsurges the number of instructions that the processor can execute in a given time. It can run at the speed of 133 MHz which is much faster than its earlier counterparts. This memory being a synchronous interface however allows for pipelining which means that once a signal has been initiated by the clock cycle for the execution of a process, another process can be queued up for execution at the end of the earlier. Thus, operating at more speed than its asynchronous kind. For instance, the memory allows one write command to be instantly followed by another without waiting for the original data to be stored within the Synchronous DRAM memory itself. It also sends extra instructions during the delay period (when reading requested data) which is known as the latency of the SDRAM.

Synchronous RAM is also known as a Single Data Rate SDRAM when the internal clock and bus clock are the same. What this means is that it can only read and write one data in a single clock cycle. For instance, the internal clock and bus clock of a PC133 are all 133 MHz. SD RAMs are power-dependent as data storage a system requires a power supply as lack of power causes an inability to store data or memory cells being cleared when the power supply is cut.

Since the inception of SDRAM in 1993, there have been different generations of the Synchronous DRAM and they are;

  • DDR SDRAM: Double Data Rate SDRAM is a next-gen SDRAM that doubles transfer rate without increasing the clock signal frequency.
  • DDR2 SDRAM: Double Data Rate Two SDRAM.
  • DDR3 SDRAM: Double Data Rate Three SDRAM
  • DDR4 SDRAM: Double Data Rate Fourth SDRAM

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