What is EDO RAM?
EDO RAM is a type of Dynamic RAM (DRAM) that improves the speed at which the processor can retrieve data from memory by allowing timing overlaps between memory accesses. EDO stands for extended data output.
RAM means Random Accessible Memory in computer talk but a ram can also mean a dodge truck or type of bull.
This appears to be Japanese with one word possibly spelled incorrectly.. There is no such word spelled mousi but there is moushi
The EDO RAM desktop memory modules have 72 pins and operate at 5V as standard
eys the samurai were paid in the edo period but they had to find their own work during the edo period for expample some took up jobs as farmers or other jobs but not as a samurai
The Japanese closed their ports because Ieysui wanted to stay unique and cultural without interruption and other influences from the west. Once they reopened their ports the western changed Japan, and Japan changed the western. That is all i know about it
The Shogun, Lemitsu established the isolationist policy during theEdo period. In 1633, it began with forbidding travel abroad. By1639, Japan had moved further toward total isolation by reducingcontact to the outside world to very limited trade relationshipswith China and the Netherlands. All foreign… books were also banned. ( Full Answer )
Answer . EDO memory was developed in the 1990s; burst-EDO was much faster but was hardly used by anyone, before being superseded by SDRAM.
(Extended Data-Out) - A DRAM technology that shortens the read cycle between memory and CPU. On computers that support it, EDO memory allows a CPU to access memory 10 to 20 percent faster than comparable fast-page mode memory. Source: studynotes.net
burst EDO (BEDO) - A refined version of EDO memory that significantly improved access time over EDO. BEDO was not widely used because Intel chose not to support it. BEDO memory is stored on 168-pin DIMM modules
The exact population of Kyoto during the Edo period is not known,but it was over 400,000. Osaka also had a population of over400,000 at that time.
he is an indian god that killed the demon Ravana and saved the world from destruction, he did this all for his beloved wife seetha
RAM or Random Access Memory is a computer term which refers to a segment of your computer which helps with allocation of temporary information. Generally speaking, the more the better. RAM in terms of day to day use of a computer will have little to do with the most used processes such as Microsoft …word, But can have a major impact on programs such as Video Games and Graphics Applications. The first implication of RAM is the loading times for your program, which is also affected by your Processer (Commonly known as a CPU) and your hard drive write/read speed. The second implication is the speed at which your applications will run once started, the more RAM you have, the faster your application will run, up until a peak of the applications maximum allowed speed. I hope this helped :D RAM is Random Access Memory. It is the working memory of the computer. When you are running any programs they are stored in RAM. When you are finished with them, they are unloaded. RAM is volatile, meaning that when you turn off your computer, it is cleared out. Any work you do must be saved to storage, otherwise you will lose your work. RAM is smaller than storage, as storage needs to store all sorts of things, not just what is been used at present. A simple analogy is what you are thinking about now is in your memory, but although you are not thinking about them, there is a huge amount of other information and memories in your brain. In a few minutes you will not be thinking about what you are thinking now, as new things come into your thoughts. That is a bit like how RAM works. ( Full Answer )
RAM stores frequently used data from the hard disk. This is necessary as the hard disk is many times slower than RAM, which means it will take much more longer for the computer to read the data.
Rams, entire male sheep, are used to impregnate ewes (female sheep) so that lambs are produced.
Ram was the 7th avtaar of Vishnu. He was in the epic, Ramayan. He is also God, who is everywhere and everything you see.
The Edo Period lasted roughly from 1603 to 1868. It was the time of the Tokugawa Bakufu. This period was called the Edo Period because Tokugawa Ieyasu, the first Tokugawa shogun, established his capital in Edo (Present day Tokyo.)
A ram is a big animal almost like a cow, or an ox. They are very powerfull and very deadly.
Because of the move of the emperor to the eastern Kyotoãäº¬é½; hence Tokyoãæ±äº¬, which with it's full name is actually Tokyoto æ±äº¬é½
Random Access Memory (RAM) is a small memory box that your running programs use to temporarily store files, when the files need to be permanently saved they go to the hard drive.
Isolation happened in the Edo period. This was because the shogun were in charge and wanted full power, they limited the Japanese people and forced strict rules on them because they didn't want to loose any of their power and didn't want them and the Japanese people to be converted. ps- the main le…ader of the shogun at this time was Shogun Tokugawa. Hope this helpss :D -- Claire, Canada ( Full Answer )
Pros: Greater trade with the outside countries, more money intake Cons: Japan will not be influenced with western ideas, so the culture will stay the same and strong
There wasn't any emperor, when Tokugawa Ieyasu united Japan, the Edo Period began and Japan isolated itself from the rest of the world. During that time Japan was ruled by shoguns. There were two forms of government, in one the daimyo (feudal lord), ruled a piece of land and he had to swear loyalt…y to the shogun. In the other form, the shogun ruled with the Bakufu that was like a council who advised the shogun . Both types of government worked together. ( Full Answer )
it's the old name for the capital city of japan, before it was changed to Kyoto, witch loosely translates to Government Capital. Tokyo is actually an anagram of Kyoto, specifying that it is an 'eastern' capital.
there are alot of languages spoken in Edo state. one of the languages in edo state is bini
It was important because banking flourished and paper money became the normal medium of exchange in business transaction
EDO MEANS ELECTRICALLY DRAWN OUT i.e SPRING IS CHARGED WITH MOTOR MDO MEANS MANUALLY DRAWN OUT i.e SPRING IS CHARGED MANUALLY BOTH ARE DRAWN OUT BUT DIFFERENCE IS WHEATHER SPRING IS CHARGED WITH MOTOR OR BY MANUAL. EDO Can be charged manually also.It comes with motor for spring charge and can… be charged manually also. no need to wait, operation will be done automatically. Normally whereevr power switching is there we require EDO. ( Full Answer )
EDO means electrically draw out type, in this spring is charged with motor. There is undervoltage release, earthfault release. IN MDO motor ks charged manualy.
Yes. Edo Maajka (Edin OsmiÄ) was born and raised in BrÄko where he finished his elementary schooling. In 1992 (when the Bosnian war started), he left Bosnia and Herzegovina and went to Zagreb, the capital of Croatia.
You Have to wait until 10:30 in the moring by the tree that's by the bridge.
In the King James version the word - edo - does not appear at all, the only words which begin with "edo~" are the word - Edom - appears 86 times the word - Edomite - appears 6 times the word - Edomites - appears 13 times
They supported the arts in Edo japan because they didn't need to fight anymore. So instead of gaining respect and power through acquiring land, they gained it through acquiring beautiful art. They wanted to have the nicest houses and the most elaborate gardens as a way to gain prestige.
the Rams in Football are Derby County, and there is a ram on their logo
Edo MurtiÄ was born on May 4, 1921 and died on January 2, 2005. Edo MurtiÄ would have been 83 years old at the time of death or 93 years old today.
i do not think she is dead, maybe it is just one of those rumours.
The lives of the samurai changed greatly from the end of the Edo Period and into Meiji. The ruling Tokugawa was effectively forced to open up Japan's ports (it was basically "open up the ports or we destroy your city") in order to trade with the Americans (and later other Western countries). After t…his, however, the Tokugawa was despised, and many sought to get rid of him and restore the Emperor to his ancient seat of power (these people were known as the Ishin-Shishi). There were some, though, that still supported the Tokugawa Bakufu and opposed the Ishin-Shishi (these were known as the Shinsengumi and they were samurai faithful to their lords). For about 20 odd years, there was fighting between the Ishin-Shishi and the Shinsengumi, which eventually led to the defeat of the Shinsengumi, the resignation of Tokugawa Yoshinobu and the restoration of the Emperor. This turbulent period was known as the Bakumatsu. So after the Bakumatsu, the samurai had no masters (these masterless samurai were known as rounin) and they pretty much had nothing. All land previously owned by the Bakufu was returned to the Emperor and so the former samurai had nowhere to go. Most were killed, but for the few that survived, they just had to fit into the now normal life of Meiji, with none of the privileges they once had. ( Full Answer )
a type of dynamic random-access memory (DRAM) that holds its output on the bus until the beginning of the next bus cycle. This enables the computer to retrieve data from memory in one bus cycle instead of two. (To further gain speed, memory is attached to a fast bus that connects directly to the C…PU, rather than the slower bus that connects to expansion cards.) EDO DRAM is often used with Pentium processors. Contrast FPM; SDRAM . ( Full Answer )
Edo was the capital of Japan during the Tokugawa Period. It is now known as Tokyo.
Shinto And Buddhism (buddha) was popular around the edo period do a little more research
how many people speak Japan language? Edo = Old name of Japan. alot of people speak nihongo ^^ I would say about 130 million people speak japanese :D
In Japanese the word Edo is another name for Tokyo. In Buddhism the word Edo means the impossible world. There are no other meanings for this word in Japanese.
Ini Edo is best known for her work as an actress. She is Nigerian and has appeared in more than 50 movies since starting her career back in the year 2000.
Edo Majka was born in Bosnia in 1978. He is well known mostly for being a rapper. He is also known for writing popular songs and for producing records.
The Edo Period, also known as the Tokugawa Period, was the periodin time in which the Tokugawa Shogunate controlled Japan. Thisperiod lasted roughly from 1603-1868. It began with the coming topower of Tokugawa Ieyasu and ended with the Meiji Restoration.
Edo Lukman was born on April 3, 1949, in Cakovec, Croatia, Yugoslavia (now Cakovec, Croatia).
The i-RAM is a pseudo-solid-state drive produced by Gigabyte and released in June 2005. It has 4 DDR RAM DIMM slots.
Edo Van Belkom has written: 'Six Inch Spikes' 'Lord Soth (Dragonlance Warriors, Vol. 6)' 'Wolf man' -- subject(s): Brothers and sisters, Werewolves, Juvenile fiction, Fiction, Science fiction, Supernatural, Wolves, Rescues, Paranormal fiction 'Blood road' -- subject(s): Canadian Horror tales…, Fiction, Vampires 'Army of the Dead (Dragon Dice Series , No 2)' 'Wyrm Wolf: Based on the Apocalypse (The World of Darkness : Werewolf)' 'Writing Horror (Self-Counsel Writing)' 'Wolf Pack' 'Be Afraid!' -- subject(s): Horror stories, American Horror tales, Short stories, Canadian Horror tales ( Full Answer )
Julius Edo Nyang'oro has written: 'JK' -- subject(s): Politics and government, Presidents, Biography 'The state and capitalist development in Africa' -- subject(s): Dependency on foreign countries, Economic conditions, Economic development, Economic policy
Edo D Pellizzari has written: 'Collection and analysis of purgeable organics emitted from wastewater treatment plants' -- subject(s): Organic compounds, Sewage disposal plants
Mark Edo Tralbaut has written: 'Van Gogh' 'Vincent van Gogh' 'Onbekende archivalia betreffende Michiel van der Voort den Oude'
Angela Edo has written: 'La cimitarra del tiempo' 'La ciudad sumergida' -- subject(s): Atlantis (Legendary place), Fiction