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Random Access Memory

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Wolfgang Schumacher

on 18 September 2012

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Transcript of Random Access Memory

Logan Coleman Wolfgang Schumacher P1 Robert Dennard was the inventor of ram in 1968. Who invented R.A.M? A current patent is Rambus, Inc. DRAM core refresh with reduced spike current Existing patent for R.A.M. Silicon was used to make this product and silicon is found in sand. What materials were used to make this product? Improvements like bigger storage space was a big improvement, this had been put into play because they needed it for better compatibility for motherboards and faster computer speed, What improvements were made to this product and why? Everyone who has a computer uses R.A.M because the computer needs it to run. Who uses the product? The global impact is it allows us to use our computers everyday. What is the global impact? I would greatly increase the storage limit of the item and it will allow you to have a faster computer. What would I change if I could? The original invention was to make a part for the first pc. The main principal would be electricity because of haveing to put all of this together with memory chips and putting this on a computer. What is the main principal? Some major changes would be bigger storage limit and a smaller size so it would fit easier in a computer. What are some major changes? www.wisegeek.com/wiki/random-access_memory Works cited. www.computerhope.com/jargon/r/ram.htm en.wikipedia.org/wiki/random-access_memory www.answers.com/topic/dynamic-random-access-memory
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