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A system’s DMA capability may be extended by cascading further 8237A DMAC chips and this feature is exploited in the PC-AT which has two such devices. The least significant four address lines of the 8237A are bi-directional: when functioning as inputs, they are used to select one of the DMA controllers’ 16 internal registers. When functioning as outputs, on the other hand, a 16-bit address is formed by taking the eight address lines (A0 to A7) to form the least significant address byte whilst the most significant address byte (A8 to A15) is multiplexed onto the data bus lines (D0 to D7).

Memory fitted to the PC must comply with this specification and failure to observe this prerequisite may cause a wide variety of problems including lock-ups, re-booting, and failure to boot. Some of the most significant milestones in the development of memory devices are listed below: Year first introduced Memory technology Access time/speed 1981 1987 1995 1997 1998 1999 1999/2000 2000 DIL RAM FPM RAM EDO RAM SDRAM (PC66) SDRAM (PC100) RDRAM SRAM (PC133) DDR SDRAM 100 ns 70 ns 50 ns 66 MHz 100 MHz 800 MHz 133 MHz (VCM) 266 MHz 44 PC Based Instrumentation and Control In many cases you can fit a memory module rated at the same speed or faster than that at which a PC’s memory system is rated.

SDRAM allows the CPU to access memory approximately 25% faster than EDO memory. Self-refreshing RAM Self-refreshing is a memory technology that enables DRAM to refresh itself independently of the CPU or external refresh circuitry. Self-refresh technology is built into the DRAM chip itself and reduces power consumption dramatically. Notebook and laptop computers use this technology. Synchronous graphics random access memory (SGRAM) Synchronous graphics RAM is video memory that includes graphics-specific read/write features.

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