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RAM types - quick guide.

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by Jakamoko, Oct 9, 2005.

  1. Jakamoko
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    Found this whilst doing a little research for some work I'm doing on a PC. Hopefully handy for all you A+ Dudes at the RAM stage :)

    RAM TYPES


    Source: ExamCram2
     
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  2. ffreeloader

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    Hmmm.... I don't see any morphing ram there.... :twisted:
     
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  3. tripwire45
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    Good find Gav...despite the *missing* morphing RAM. :tongue
     
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  4. Jakamoko
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    OK, what am I missing here, Guys ? :oops:
     
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  5. tripwire45
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    Actually, I was just playing off Freddy's joke just to give you a hard time. Google found THIS.
     
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  6. ffreeloader

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    Gav,

    You've never heard of ram that morphs into a goose??? :biggrin :twisted:
     
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  7. Jakamoko
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    I appear to be experiencing a humour-failure today - I still don't get it :scratch
     
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  8. ffreeloader

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    It must be an American thing then.

    If a ram is a sheep, and a donkey is an a*s*s, why is a ram in the a*s*s a goose?

    There you go, that's the ram that morphs into a goose.... :twisted:

    I know. It's a groaner, but then that's why I like it. The dryer the better.
     
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  9. Jakamoko
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    <in best Jeremy Paxman accent> Yeeeees.:rolleyes:

    It's OK, Freddy - I'll go with you on this one. There's a load of British stuff that doesn't do it for you Guys, so that's cool by me :D
     
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  10. Dream_In_Infrared

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    Ta Jakamoko. Had a quick scan through it and will come back to it in a day or two. One thing I noticed was a number of references to material not mentioned in the Mike Meyer's book. Does this mean that Mike has missed out stuff or that the Exam Cram material mentions things no longer covered on the current A+ exams? Or is it possible that some of the stuff mentioned in Exam Cram relates to concepts I have yet to cover in Mike's book, though I have already covered RAM. :shrugs:

    P.S. The RAM page answered one of the questions I asked in a post a few hours ago. Cool. Thanks for that.
     
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  11. Jakamoko
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    No probs, D_I_I - it may be slightly outdated as I was specifically looking for info on SIMMS RAM (don't all laugh at once), so I can't say I was Googling for the most up to date info. I wouldn't worry if Mike doesn't talk about some of the stuff in that article, and after all, it dos always pay to look around for more than one source of info, IMHO :)
     
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  12. Arroryn
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    Arroryn we're all dooooooomed

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    Hey if it's still on the exam...I suppose we can...supress...laughter :)

    Just kidding Jak. Very useful link - will definitely be adding to my notes with it.
     
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