RAM = Random Access Memory. That's the volatile high speed memory that is used inside a computer that lets you store internal applications and data. Everything written to RAM is lost when you turn off the computer, so usually, important data is written to a long-term storage device, such as a disk or "Flash Memory". CPU = Central Processing Unit. It is also sometimes called the ALU or Arithmetic Logic Unit. It's the part of the computer that makes decisions and causes things to happen. The CPU has built in instructions that allow it to perform some very basic tasks, such as: Add the contents of register 1 to the contents of register 2 and store the results in register 2. If the contents of register 1 are greater than the contents of register 2, continue execution of this program at line 101, otherwise continue execution at the next line. There are many such "low level" commands that are executed by the CPU, and when these simple commands are being executed at a rate of over 1 million instructions per second, you get some pretty amazing results.
RAM can be part of the CPU.
The Northbridge interacts between the CPU and RAM.
CPU stands for Central Processing Unit RAM stands for Random Access Memory
no, it plugs into the motherboard. usually to the right of the CPU
In certain applications, the overall speed may be dependent on the RAM. If you have a fast CPU but very little RAM then your performance will be slowed.
CPU front side bus RAM clock rate
No. RAM is a type of memory, not data.
First of all I would choose a motherboard, as you choose RAM and a CPU that will go with your mother board. So if your motherboard is a AM2+ Socket, any AMD AM2+ socket CPU will fit into it and if it has DDR2 RAM Slots, then you are required to get DDR2 RAM
in RAM model only one CPU is work in PRAM model multiple cpu is work
its placed in RAm
The best app on Android for monitoring overall cpu and ram usage is TinyCore
There is no connection between CPU frequency and ram value. But you meant ram frequency then it's possible nowadays motherboards allow to overclock factory settings by setting up higher values for CPU and ram voltages. Usually when you are overclocking FSB the ram frequency changes too.
Max it out!!! The CPU can only be as fast as it's cache size and than it's memory.
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The purpose of RAM is to allow your CPU faster access to programs. If your CPU had to go to the Hard Drive anytime it wanted a program your computer would run very, very slowly. So for example, if you click on Internet Explorer, it is placed in RAM. Your CPU can access data out of RAM very quickly, like 1 million times a second. That's why if you have lots of RAM, then more of the Internet Explorer program can go into RAM, while if you have to little RAM, then your computer is slower because the CPU has to wait while more of the program is loaded into RAM from your hard drive.
A CPU and Ram