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    Cheat sheet quick look-up for different types of RAM.

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  • Make Windows 10 performance sing by tweaking RAM, service settings

    With a few tweaks such as maximizing RAM, disabling visual effects and getting rid of unnecessary services, you can make Windows 10 run even faster.

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  • A day on Intel’s Skylake improves memory, graphics and more

    With its built-in hyper-threading, overclocking and DDR4 RAM, among other new features, Intel's Skylake processor microarchitecture can improve a company's processing power.

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  • Symbolic IO’s IRIS makes eyes at in-memory storage

    Symbolic IO emerges from stealth, with a claim that its IRIS product can shrink memory-based storage, rehydrate it quickly in RAM and preserve it intact.

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  • PernixData RAM cache accelerates university’s VDI expansion

    PernixData FVP RAM caching supports Viterbi's VMware Horizon hosted on Dell EqualLogic hybrid arrays for CAD, computational dynamics, and modeling and simulation applications.

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  • What do you think of using server RAM?

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  • VDI storage problem? Forget extra SAN — use server RAM

    VDI storage bottlenecks don't have to mean extra SAN; Atlantis Computing lets virtual desktop customers use server RAM instead.

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  • Apple Fight is a Red Herring

    The wireless industry has dealt with cloned phones for years, with older Authentication keys to newer IME with SIM cards. The information may reside on the phone RAM or on the SIM card. I am under the impression that SIM cards can be ported between cell phone manufacturers? So how can the SIM card...

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  • nonvolatile memory

    Also see our Fast Guide to RAM. Nonvolatile memory is a general term for all forms of solid state (no moving parts) memory that do not need to have their memory contents periodically refreshed.

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  • Service provider turns RAM into VDI storage with Atlantis

    OGL Computer rolls out virtual desktop service to customers using Atlantis software to provide RAM as VDI storage for non-persistent desktops with 200 IOPS of performance each

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