DDR3 SDRAM - The Latest SDRAM
Debuted in 2007, DDR3 SDRAM is an abbreviation for double data rate type synchronous dynamic random access memory. SDRAMs were introduced in the early 1990s to replace the traditional DRAM. SDRAMs helped computers became more powerful by allowing computers to synchronize the memory’s responses to control the inputs with the system bus.
This allowed computers to queue up the process while waiting for another process. SDRAMs replaced DRAMs by the end of the 1990s and were the memory standard in computer systems. With further development of computer systems, computers demanded faster and more efficient memory.
In 2000, DDR (double data rate) was introduced which was an improvement of the SDRAM. The new DDR SDRAM allowed computers to run at a lower clock rate, using less energy, and achieve faster speeds. In 2003, DDR2 was introduced allowing computers to run twice as fast as the original DDR.
The DDR3 SDRAM is a faster improved version of memory types DDR and DDR2, but a predecessor of the DDR4 synchronous dynamic random access memory. The DDR4 SDRAM is already in development, but will start appearing in consumer products around 2014.
The DDR3 type memory is used with a high bandwidth interface. Bandwidth interface is the measure of the range of frequencies. The DDR3 is an improved version of the DDR2-SDRAM because it offers reduced power consumption, a double pre-fetch buffer, and also offers more bandwidth because of the improved clock rate.
These components are designed according to their usage. The density, the width, the voltage, the clock rate, and the operating temperature vary among the rams. When choosing what type memory to purchase, it is best to verify that its speed matches that of your motherboard. Even though DDR3 SDRAM is the most commonly used type of memory, there are some components still using DDR2s.
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