View Full Version : SD-Ram , D-Ram what's the diff?

19-11-2001, 08:38 PM
I am new to this sort of stuff
and I am wanting to add more
ram to my PC.The PC Gateway
performance 733 with 64MB of
Dimm Dram.
What is the diffrance in SDram
and Dram.
Could I add say add a stick of PC133 256 SDram to PC,do I have to remove the old 64 Dram
Any help on this subject is wellcome

20-11-2001, 04:46 PM
ok. SDRAM is DRAM only that it's synchronouse Dynamic Random Access Memory which means it's tied to the system clock. ok so Im not good at teaching this stuff that's why Im not a teacher but all the types of RAM (EDO, FPM, SDRAM, DDR RAM and RAMBUs) are various types of DRAM. But usually I say regular DRAM is EDO & FPM RAM which is much slower than SDRAM.

You should be able to get that 256MB pc-133 SDRAM for your board if it can handle it which I'll assume it can. I don't think you'll have to remove that 64MB of RAM since most boards come with at least 2 RAM slots

20-11-2001, 08:19 PM
Thanks for your help I think
Synchro-No-Use,Arha I see now!!
But really, I get the picture
thanks again.