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What are the features of DDR RAM?

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2005-10-06 22:46:26
2005-10-06 22:46:26

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.

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