RAM or random access memory is a short-term memory architecture that is embedded in an electronic component. The purpose of creating RAM in computing systems is to make it easier for users to access various temporary memory that is usually needed by the processor to process data.
Well, until here, you already know that RAM is temporary because it can be opened whenever needed. This is very different from file memory which is permanent and long-term and will usually be stored in storage space, such as hard disks or HDDs and SSDs.
Because the RAM mechanism is to store memory for a while, it takes a component that is able to open file cache quickly. That’s why, RAM chips also have DDR technology code in them. What is it and what are the differences between DDR1 to DDR5 in the computer world? Come on, watch it!
1. DDR or DDR1