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Doc Overclock · 12-29-2000 · Category: Tech-planations


RDRAM (Rambus Dynamic Random Access Memory) is a new memory technology that promises a much faster data transfer rate compared to today's SDRAM. The Rambus RAM will be capable of a data transfer rates of 1.6GB per second, delivering the data on an 800MHz data bus. The Rambus memory chips are placed on a small circuit board that is referred to as the Rambus In-line Memory Module (RIMM).


  1. SDRAM
  2. RDRAM
  3. DDR
  4. Flash ROM
  5. Cache