a type of random access memory using circuits that require periodic refresh cycles in order to retain the stored information. Contrasted to static ram, which maintains the memory state as long as the power is still applied.
Random access memory that cannot be retained without continuous electrical regeneration. Contrast with static RAM.
Random access memory that must be refreshed periodically. Usually faster than "Static RAM "
memory that can be written to and read from - cannot retain data indefinitely Ð needs periodic refresh
The standard main memory type in most of today’s computers. DRAM is stored with information as a series or charges in a capacitor.
The memory type that requires a refresh pulse and is slower and cheaper then SRAM.
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