Short for Dynamic Random Access
Memory, DRAM is one of the most commonly found memory modules in PC
compatible personal computers and workstations. DRAM stores its information in a
cell containing a capacitor and transistor; because of this design, these cells
must be refreshed with new electricity every few milliseconds allowing the
memory to keep its charge and hold the data as long as needed.
When using this type of
memory, if the computer is powered off, the information within memory will be
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