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Ram question..please answer..

By OneZ
Oct 30, 2006
  1. What is the difference between bus and frequency...?
    How can i know the bus and frequency of my Ram...?
    And when you buy a Ram ( 1024MB 400 ), dose the ( 400 ) stand for the bus or the frequency ?
    Thanx......
     
  2. Nodsu

    Nodsu TS Rookie Posts: 9,431

    A bus is a wide data path between two or more electronics components.
    "How can I know the bus of my RAM" is a nonsense question. Maybe you want to know about the difference between the bus frequency/speed and the RAM frequency/speed?

    Your RAM does operate at the same frequency as its bus, so when someone refers to their RAM speed of 400MHz, then that is also the maximum bus speed that this RAM supports.
     
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