RAM chip


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RAM chip

n (Comput) → RAM-Chip m
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The phone features fine-tuned power savings capabilities enabled by its Fujitsu Human Centric Engine, as well as a TFT LCD display embedded with a RAM chip that significantly reduces power consumption when displaying still images.
Data are written in cache if signal CACHE_WE-L is active, memory RAM chip is selected by CACHE_CE-L signal, and data can be accessed from RAM when the signal CACHE_OE-L is active.
Plus, there are memory upsides, as data programs can be stored on a hard drive for long-term storage while the current programs are being stored and used out of a RAM chip for better and faster access.
On the other hand, the quaint letter-writing practice of beginning an e-mail salutation with "Dear" can sometimes stick out like a faulty RAM chip.
RAM chip prices are at an all time low and it's possible to buy 256Meg of RAM for around pounds 35, which will breathe new life into your PC, and should stop the annoying system freezes.
ARROWS Z features a TFT LCD with an embedded RAM chip that, by temporarily storing screen data in RAM, can significantly reduce power consumption when displaying still images.
At the recent CEDIA Smart Home Exhibition at the NEC one of the star attractions was an A2 sized picture frame - pine border, white card mount, but the centrepiece wasn't a watercolour but an LCD screen, playing a constant loop of still images and video clips from a RAM chip.