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Computer Memory

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In computing, memory refers to the computer hardware devices involved to store information for immediate use in a computer; it is synonymous with the term "primary storage". Computer memory operates at a high speed, for example random-access memory (RAM), as a distinction from storage that provides slow-to-access program and data storage but offers higher capacities. If needed, contents of the computer memory can be transferred to secondary storage, through a memory management technique called "virtual memory". An archaic synonym for memory is store.[1]

The term "memory", meaning "primary storage" or "main memory", is often associated with addressable semiconductor memory, i.e. integrated circuits consisting of silicon-based transistors, used for example as primary storage but also other purposes in computers and other digital electronic devices. There are two main kinds of semiconductor memory, volatile and non-volatile. Examples of non-volatile memory are flash memory (used as secondary memory) and ROM, PROM, EPROM and EEPROM memory (used for storing firmware such as BIOS). Examples of volatile memory are primary storage, which is typically dynamic random-access memory (DRAM), and fast CPU cache memory, which is typically static random-access memory (SRAM) that is fast but energy-consuming, offering lower memory areal density than DRAM.


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C
`    ► Cache (computing) (4 C, 41 P)
    ► Computer memory companies (43 P)
    ► Computer memory form factor (9 P)
    ► Consistency models (20 P)
`D
`    ► Data unit (1 C, 22 P)
    ► Digital registers (1 C, 38 P)

`E


`L
`    ► Logic families (39 P)
`M
`    ► Memory expansion (15 P)

`N
`    ► Non-volatile memory (2 C, 49 P)
    ► Non-volatile random-access memory (6 P)
`T
`    ► Transactional memory (8 P)
    ► Types of RAM (2 C, 20 P)

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`    Computer memory
`0–9
`    3 GB barrier
    3D XPoint
    6264
`A
`    Aperture (computer memory)
    Auxiliary memory
    Average memory access time
`B
`    Bank switching
    Base address
    Bubble memory
    Buffer over-read
    Buffer overflow
    Burst mode (computing)
    Byte
`C
`    Cache hierarchy
    Cache on a stick
    Cache pollution
    Cache-only memory architecture
    CAS latency
    Chipkill
    Circular buffer
    Command Data Buffer
    CompactFlash
    Computational RAM
    Content Addressable Parallel Processor
    Content-addressable memory
    Core memory
    Core rope memory
    CPU cache
`D
`    Data buffer
    Data redundancy
    Delay line memory
    Deterministic memory
    Direct memory access
    Drum memory
    Dual-ported RAM
    Dynamic random-access memory
`E
`    ECC memory
    EEPROM
    Endianness
    EOS memory
    EPROM

    External memory interface
`F
`    False sharing
    Far pointer
    Flash file system
    Flash memory
    Flash memory controller
    Flat memory model
    Flip-flop (electronics)
    Flying-spot store
    Framebuffer
    Fully Buffered DIMM
`G
`    Gen-Z
    Guard byte
`H
`    High Bandwidth Memory
    Hybrid Memory Cube
    HyperCloud Memory
`I
`    IBM 2361 Large Capacity Storage
    IBM 2365 Processor Storage
    IBM 2395 Processor Storage
    In-memory database
    In-memory processing
    Intel Memory Model
    Intel Turbo Memory
    Interleaved memory
    Interleaving (disk storage)
    Internal RAM
    Scratchpad memory
`J
`    JBOB
`K
`    Karlqvist gap
    Kernel same-page merging
    Keyboard buffer
`L
`    Last position memory
    Locality of reference
`M
`    MAI Systems Corp. v. Peak Computer, Inc.
    Mask ROM
    MCDRAM
    Mellon optical memory
    Memory address
    Memory architecture
    Memory bandwidth
    Memory bank
    Memory barrier
    Memory bound function
    Memory cell (binary)
    Memory coherence
    Memory configurator
    Memory controller
    Memory corruption
    Memory geometry
    Memory map
    Memory model (programming)
    Memory module
    Memory ordering
    Memory organisation
    Memory ProteXion
    Memory rank
    Memory refresh
    Memory scrubbing
    Memory tester
    Memory timings
    Memory-disk synchronization
    Memtest86
    Molecular memory
    Multi-channel memory architecture
    Multi-level cell
`N
`    Non-uniform memory access
    Non-volatile memory
    Non-volatile random-access memory
    NOR flash replacement
    NoRMA
`O
`    Offset (computer science)
    Open NAND Flash Interface Working Group
    OpenFabrics Alliance
    Overwriting (computer science)
`P
`    Page address register
    Page cache
    PEEK and POKE
    Phison
    Physical address
    Plated wire memory
    PLEDM
    Polyfuse (PROM)
    Programmable metallization cell
    Programmable read-only memory
    Pumping (computer systems)
`Q
`    Quad Data Rate SRAM
    Quad-channel architecture
`R
`    Racetrack memory
    RAM limit
    RAM parity
    Random access
    Random-access memory
    Read-modify-write
    Read-only memory
    Read-write memory
    Redundant array of independent memory
    Reflective memory
    Registered memory
    Remote direct memory access
    Reprom
    Resistive random-access memory
    Rod memory
    ROM image
    Row hammer
`S
`    Selectron tube
    Semiconductor memory
    Sequential access
    Sequential access memory
    Serial Port Memory Technology
    Serial presence detect
    Shadow RAM (Acorn)
    Shift register
    Shift register lookup table
    Sideways address space
    Sigmaquad
    Silicon Disk System
    Smart Cache
    Soft error
    Software-defined memory
    SONOS
    Static random-access memory
    Storage violation
    StrataFlash
    Stub Series Terminated Logic
    SxS
`T
`    Texture memory
    Thin-film memory
    Transactional memory
    Translation lookaside buffer
    Tryte
    Twistor memory
`U
`    U61000
    Uncacheable speculative write combining
    Uniform memory access
    Universal memory
`V
`    Variable-length buffer
    Vault Corp. v. Quaid Software Ltd.
    Volatile memory
`W
`    Wear leveling
    Word-addressable
    Working set size
    Write buffer
    Write combining
    Write-only memory (engineering)
    Write-only memory (joke)
`X
`    XQD card
`Z
`    Zero wait state

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