Posted 25 June 2006 - 04:21 AM
Quoted from FaqFarm "DDR standards for "Double Data Rate". DDR can transfer data on both the rising and falling edge of the clock signal, whereas standard SD ram can onle transfer data on one or the other. This means data throughput on DDR memory is twice as fast, hence the name "Double Data Rate". Also, they are physically different, A DDR modules has one notch on the contact strip, SD modules have two"
And SD-RAM stands for "Synchronized Dynamic-Random Access Memory" which is the typical memory found in Penitum 2's, 3's and some lower end 4's. Not to sure what AMD's use SD-RAM?
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