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How much is a DDR with SD ram memory?

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2013-07-10 18:21:42
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Online at Amazon there is a wide range of DDR's to choose from. The prices range from $6.00 to more than $50.00. The price depends on the MB or GB size. A DDR that is 512MB and under can be found for around the $6.00 range. The 1GB is more costly.

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Basically, it is a type of Random Access Memory (RAM) slot, that supports Double Data Rate (DDR) RAM. DDR RAM is said to be twice as fast as Synchronous Dynamic (SD) RAM.


No you have to change the whole system build to change from DDR to SD or SD to DDR.


ram doesn't use a cable, but sd and ddr are not compatible


DDR Memory modules have only one notch on the contact strip, positioned just off-centre. Hence DDR modules will not fit in an SD slot. SD Memory Modules have two notches.


I need answer plz tell me difference between sd ram and as ddr ram


Not both at the same time. Most motherboards will be able to support both types of RAM but DDR RAM is much better, due to the double data capability it has. Since RAM prices are quite cheap it would be better if you throw out your SD RAM and buy DDR. No you cannot use both ddr ram and sd ram on the same pc. You have to use either or depending on the motherboard. The slots are different. You can determine what type of memory you have by entering setup in the bios when you turn on your pc. DDR Ram has a slot in the very center of the chip that forms to the slot you plug it into. SD ram has a slot on the chip off set the middle. Hope this answers your question. No you cannot use both ddr ram and sd ram on the same pc. You have to use either or depending on the motherboard. The slots are different. You can determine what type of memory you have by entering setup in the bios when you turn on your pc. DDR Ram has a slot in the very center of the chip that forms to the slot you plug it into. SD ram has a slot on the chip off set the middle. Hope this answers your question


No, you can't use sd ram on a motherboard that specifies DDR memory and vice versa. It matters in terms of speed which type of memory you use, DDR is faster.


That depends on what you mean by "Memory". If you are talking generally then there is Hard Disk Memory, Flash Memory, and RAM (Random Access Memory), usually when referring to memory in a computer though people are talking about the RAM. There are 4 types of RAM (That I know of) which are SD RAM, DDR, DDR2 and DDR3.


DDR RAM is dubble data rate random accesss memmory and is twice as fast as SD RAM or single data rate random access memory. it also runs at faster buss rates depening on what your mother board suports.


no it can not..2 different sticks of ram


RAM stands for Random Access Memory, and it is the RAM that allows you to operate more than one program at a time on your computer. The more RAM you have, the faster your computer will be able to run programs. SD RAM was used on computers built some years ago, but manufacturers have moved on to using DDR RAM (double data rate ram), which operates faster. RD RAM is used on a limited number of computers.


Ddr stands for double data rate. Which actually doubles the speed compare to sd ram


---sd-RAM--- The full form of sd-RAM is Synchronous dynamic random access memory. callltb@yahoo.com


No. PC133 SDRAM and DDR1 ram are different in many ways.


No, pc133 is SD ram and Pc3200 is DDR ram. They are not compatible with each other.


hi, 845 gl can only support ddr1 ram-400mhz and sd ram but any one of this. not both support it at a time.


By transferring data on both rise and fall of the clock signal


You are speaking about the RAM ? Just remove your old RAM from the slot. Buy a 1 GB RAM ( be carefull that your new RAM should be same frequency (FSB) that is supported by your motherboard and same size ( i.e. SD, DDR, or DDR1, or DDR2, or even now DDR3 or other ).


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. i donot know SDRAM comes in 100MHz and in 133MHz where as DDR comes in 266MHz, so DDR has double speed as comapred to SDRAM. SDRAM has 2 notches and DDR has only 1 notch.*and it is small in size


no, you cannot, unless you switch to a motherboard that supports DDR dram, the spacings are different on the modules and on the motherboard, so it is impossible to use them.


sd ram is synchronous dynamic random access memory, ram is just random access memory


Synchronous Dynamic Random Access Memory


Im afraid this is not possible. This motherboard takes DDR and / or SD ram, not DDR2.Both SD and DDR can not be used at the same time. IMHO DDR would be the better choice.Max allowed would be 2Gb (ddr 266 or ddr 200 buffered)Max allowed is 1Gb, unbuffered.Hope this helpsBe safe


It's simply because it's an older version of memory. Memory's of today are much cheaper compared to yesteryears. Next, SD-RAMs are already obsolete and hard to find. It's out of the market. That's why when you have older PC's you tend to buy SD-RAM, it turns out to be expensive. Supply and demand. It's like comparing the PC you bought 3 years ago. It would turn out that computers of today are much cheaper by about 50%. It's really funny that you would be buying older version in such a high price. If that's the case, purchase a new CPU. That will solve the problem. Right?


Yes it will, to a maximum of 2Gb. This board also supports SD Ram, but the 2 DDR and SDRam, cannot co-exist on the same board at the same time. Hope this helps be safe Cadishead Computers



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