Glossary 3D Game Graphics / Term


Synchronous Dynamic Random Access Memory (SDRAM) is a extremely fast form of graphics memory that incorporates a pipelined architecture which helps to set up synchronization between itself with the CPU bus clock for very high memory access speeds. Increased performance is obtained with SDRAM by using a multiple bank architecture that simulates the dual port nature of other video RAM technologies.

Permanent link SDRAM - Creation date 2020-06-21

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