Friday, August 23, 2013

Memory Standard Definition

Memory standard is referring to the type of memory being used. The current memory standard most commonly used is DDR3. This stands for double data rate 3. DDR3 is usually delivers speeds between 1066 MHz and 3000 MHz. For every new version of DDR memory there is a increase in attainable speeds. It is expected that DDR4 memory speeds will vary between 2133 MHz and 4266 MHz.

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