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Windows 7: Memory Question


26 Jan 2014   #1

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Memory Question

If you have a CPU that runs at 2 GHz this is 2,000 MHz.

And this means it will take in an Process Data 2,000 Million Times Per SEC.

Now when you Buy Memory they come in all different Speeds up to 1333 MHz.

Now if my DDR2 memory says 1333 MHz this is because it is telling me the Dable Data Rate. My 1333 MHz DDR2 is going at 5 something MHz.

So my CPU is going to be going fatsr then the Memory can give and put out Data am I right?going Half that

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26 Jan 2014   #2

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RAM speed is much slower than the CPU and has been for many years. Producing RAM that could match CPU speeds would be prohibitively expensive. That is why computers have a first, second, and sometimes a third level data cache that contains a copy of the most frequently accessed data in RAM.
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