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1 RAM (Random Access Memory) -Dynamic -Static

2 Dynamic RAM Must be refreshed constantly by a refresh circuit or will lose it’s data Slower than Static RAM Still used more often than Static RAM due to the fact that it is inexpensive I’M A RAM LOL

3 Static RAM Faster than Dynamic RAM More expensive than Dynamic RAM because the Static memory cells take up a lot more space on a chip Because of the space that these cells take up, Static RAM gives you less memory per chip SKEET

4 Cells RAM is composed of many cells. Cells are organized in rows and columns Not like human cells Used for memory Composed of silicon chips Each chip can be directly accessed at any time O RLY?

5 What it’s used for RAM is used for exactly what its name states, that is...Random Access Memory Is a memory component inside of a computer WTFPWNing noobs in CS

6 How it works Cells arranged in rows and columns Store data on memory Data is accessed from individual cells

7 History of RAM RAM was first made from vacuum tubes and failed frequently Used to be much larger, and store less data 4 MB RAM from 1986 ¿Por que? You may ask, and to that I say: In order to know your future, you must know your past...and it was another slide.

8 What we use it for We store stuff on it...all night long It’s in our computers, because if it wasn’t our computers would be terrible It speeds up the processing rate of our computers I need it to play WoW and not lag like a noob

9 Individual Parts Cell Silicon chips Copper Etching Solder Magic

10 YAY! We’re done! I apologize for putting you through this, I understand your pain...really, I do ENJOY THE RAM (and Gundam cat)

11 How A Ram works Food enters the mouth, is chewed up by the teeth, and enters the esophagus The esophagus delivers food to the reticulo- rumen. Functionally this is a single, large "fermentation chamber" containing micro-organisms which convert plant carbohydrate to volatile fatty acids The excess is sent to the intestines From the intestines, the excess is expelled through the anus.


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