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Difference between SDRAM & DDR ram

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November 13, 2009 1:02:39 AM


I have a quary that i am working on my office and we have approx 10,000 sets in my 1 office so that's why we always have to face latency proble..can it be remove by increasing the space of RAN..
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November 13, 2009 1:16:36 AM

a b à CPUs
November 13, 2009 3:28:49 AM

DDR is a latter form of SDRAM. Followed by DDR2 and recently DDR3.

If you are having latency problems, faster RAM would be advisable. More RAM is good but if you can't push any more data than you already do, it's a waste.

The problem with SDRAM is that you don't get much choice in speeds. PC 100 or PC 133 and if you're having problems with latency from PC 100, going to 133 won't help much.

You basically need to redo it all.

Now if you are talking latency issues with communication between each PC, that's a whole new problem.