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What is DQS in DDR3 SDRAM?

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DQS = data strobe. When data is read from DRAM using the DQ pins, DQS is asserted so that memory controller can use that to read data. When memory controller writes to DRAM, it asserts DQS when DQ pins have the data to be written.

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