Double Data Rate 2 Random Access Memory (DDR2 RAM) is a type of memory, like RAM, that makes it easier for your computer to access a certain amount of information. The information stored on your RAM or DDR2 memory card is measured in gigabytes (GB) and so the more your memory can store, the better for your computer. However, the difference between RAM memory and DDR2 DDR2 memory is that it can access information four times faster than RAM but it is the same amount of information. Instructions
Read up on DDR2 and all its features.
Compare these features to RAM.
Compare 3GB of space on a standard RAM stick to 3GB on a DDR2 RAM stick. It’s the same amount of data because space translates one-to-one, but DDR2 can simply access that data faster than RAM.
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