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DDR SDRAMDouble Data Rate Synchronous Dynamic Random Access Memory (computer memory)
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Nonetheless, for several reasons, the FTC determined to set its remedial SDRAM and DDR SDRAM royalty rates below those in its benchmark.
Ready for digital media hobbies, the eMachines J2950 also includes 256MB of DDR SDRAM, and the 8-in-1 digital media reader.
It features a 2.40GHz Intel Pentium 4 processor, 256MB of DDR SDRAM, a major DDR NVIDIA GeForce4 MX with TV out, a 40GB hard drive, and a CD-RW.
* Potential new owners can configure IBM's amazing new portable any which way, but if you want to go totally crazy, you can get one that has a Mobile Pentium 1.60GHz CPU (with an Intel 855PM chipset), 1GB of DDR SDRAM, a 60-gig, 7,200rpm hard disk, a DVD/CD-RW combo drive, a 64MB ATI MOBILITY Fire GL 9000 video card displaying on a 14.1-inch SXGA (1,400x1,050) LCD monitor and runs on Windows XP Professional.
Cluster Overview: Each node within the cluster contains QsNet ELAN3 by Quadrics, 4 GB of DDR SDRAM memory and 120 GB Disk Space.
The XCaliburl000 with a single 750FX processor, 256 MB DDR SDRAM, and BCM5821 is priced at $5,996 at 100-unit quantity.
It also features a Pro Wireless 2100 802.11b MiniPCI card, 256Mbyte of DDR SDRAM memory, a 14.1-inch screen, a 40Gbyte hard disk drive, and a 24x CD RW/8x DVD ROM combo drive.
Xserve enhances the power of its processors with a 167 MHz system bus and up to 2GB of PC2700 DDR SDRAM for running demanding applications and working with huge files.
From the application point of view, one of the most significant parameters for the DDR SDRAM device or module is the time duration over which valid data can be read from the memory.
JEDEC Solid State Technology Association (Arlington, VA), a developer of standards for the solid-state industry, has completed the preliminary specification for second generation DDR SDRAM, known as DDR II.
DDR (Double Data Rate) memory, sometimes called DDR SDRAM (Double Data Rate Synchronous Dynamic Random Access Memory) or similar names, is backed by Intel archrival Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) and other companies.