CNET GLOSSARY: Terms for the techie
Rambus dynamic random access memory
A memory subsystem that consists of a RAM chip, the RAM controller, and the bus that connects RAM to the microprocessor. RDRAM was once used in Intel Pentium III and 4 processors, but the technology has since fallen out of favor with PC manufacturers. It is currently used in consumer electronics devices and gaming platforms.
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