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  1. Schnittstelle (Hardware): Firewire, Personal Computer Memory Card International Association, Eia-232, Parallele Schnittstelle (German Edition)
  2. The Microsoft Guide to Managing Memory With MS-DOS 6: Installing, Configuring, and Optimizing Memory for MS-DOS and Windows Operating Systems by Dan Gookin, 1993-03
  3. Memory (Inside Macintosh) by Apple Computer Inc, Inc Staff Apple Computer, 1992-09
  4. Do in-memory databases offer anything new? by Ovum Plc, 2009-07-06
  5. Mc88200 Cache/Memory Management Unit User's Manual by "Motorola", 1989-12
  6. Embedded Computer Systems: Architectures, Modeling, and Simulation: 7th International Workshop, SAMOS 2007, Samos, Greece, July 16-19, 2007, Proceedings ... Computer Science and General Issues)
  7. Lab Manual for A+ Guide to Managing & Maintaining Your PC by Jean Andrews, 2007
  8. Hardware estimation of a process' primary memory requirements (MIT/LCS/TM-) by David Kenneth Gifford, 1977
  9. MICROCHIP TECHNOLOGY DEBUTS FIRST 512 KBIT I2C SERIAL EEPROM IN 8-LEAD SOIC PACKAGE.(Microchip Technology24LC515)(Product Announcement): An article from: Software Industry Report
  10. SST EXPANDS EMBEDDED MASS STORAGE PORTFOLIO WITH NEW ATA-DISK MODULE FAMILY.(Product Announcement): An article from: Federal Computer Market Report
  11. TOSHIBA DEBUTS SINGLE-CELL 128MB NAND COMPONENTS.(Product Announcement): An article from: Electro Manufacturing
  12. MICRON TECH INTROS NEW BAT-RAM FAMILY OF LOW-POWER SDRAMS.(Product Announcement): An article from: Software Industry Report
  13. Jumbo Tape Backup System - Hardware Installation Guide by Colorado Memory Systems, 1991
  14. Jumbo Tape Backup System - Hardware Installation Guide by Colorado Memory Systems, 1991

61. INTEGRITY Real-Time Operating System
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Memory is like good health or money: You can never have too much of it, and when you find yourself in short supply, it can hurt. Keeping your PC in the pinkat least in terms of memoryis easier than ever. Though up from last year, RAM prices are still low, with 256MB of PC133 SDRAM selling for less than $50. And memory packaging now lets you add more RAM in a matter of minutes.
Operating systems and applications have grown more memory-hungry than ever. Windows, which could never be accused of having a modest appetite for RAM, practically gobbles it down in its XP incarnations. Typical business applications have bulked up as well and are always looking for more RAM to park their code. And if you've ever used a PC to edit digital video footage or render large image or audio files, you've probably watched your system slow to a crawl on at least one occasion.
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RAM chips are packaged on small, printed circuit boards that fit into slots mounted on the motherboard. These modules are usually called dual in-line memory modules (DIMMs) and single in-line memory modules (SIMMs). Most new PCs use 168-pin DIMMs. If you have an older computer (Pentium or earlier), it may need memory packaged in 72-pin SIMMs. If you have a Pentium 4 PC, it may have RIMM slots for accommodating RDRAM memory modules. Some new Pentium 4 PCs eschew RDRAM for less expensive SDRAM or DDR SDRAM, however.
Different types of memory can be packaged on similar modules, so it's essential that you identify the specific type of RAM supported by your computer. Again, the manual, the PC vendor, and the motherboard manufacturer are the best sources of that information. You'll likely be dealing with one of these types of memory:
  • Synchronous Dynamic RAM (SDRAM): SDRAM has been around for about five years and includes several versions, differing primarily in bus speed: PC66, PC100, and PC133. The numbers indicate each type's speed, as expressed in megahertz. While the higher-speed memory may seem the more appealing choice, your PC chipset ultimately makes that decision. Owners of older PCs that use 66MHz DIMMs, however, can save some money by upgrading with higher-speed modules. The new memory will work, but it won't run at full speed.

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Many memory vendors provide memory-upgrade advice on their Web sites. The advice ranges from technical specifications to memory recommendations based on the way you use your PC to demonstrations of the benefits of adding RAM. Here's what you can expect to find from several of the leading memory suppliers.
Crucial Technology, a division of Micron Technology, offers a memory guide that suggests how much memory you may need based on the applications you use. If you're building your own PC, you can use Crucial's Memory Calculator to determine the optimal amount of RAM based on the motherboard, the processor, and the operating system.
At the Web site of Kingston Technologies, a major memory manufacturer, you can use the Memory Assessor to get a better idea of how much memory you might need. The suggestions are based on the operating system you're running and the applications you use.
Viking Components has a handy memory-installation guide that uses Flash animations to show the basic steps of a memory upgrade. It includes directions for both desktop and notebook computers from a wide variety of manufacturers.

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