RAM

Random Access Memory

ram

A large, pointed beam extending from the hull, or front, of an ancient warship. It was used to ram into the side of an enemy ship, making it easier to board.

ram

the closing and sealing component on a blowout preventer. One of three types--blind, pipe, or shear--may be installed in several preventers mounted in a stack on top of the wellbore. Blind rams, when closed, form a seal on a hole that has no drill pipe in it; pipe rams, when closed, seal around the pipe; shear rams cut through drill pipe and then form a seal. ...

ram

the closing and sealing component on a blowout preventer. One of three types--blind, pipe, or shear--may be installed in several preventers mounted in a stack on top of the wellbore. Blind rams, when closed, form a seal on a hole that has no drill pipe in it; pipe rams, when closed, seal around the pipe; shear rams cut through drill pipe and then form a seal. ...

RAM

Random Access Memory. This is the memory used by the computer whilst it is working, to hold the operating system, programs being run and program data. This type of memory is ‘volatile`, that is to say the contents of the memory chips is lost when the computer is switched off! Memory is measured in Megabytes (MB).

RAM

Random Access Memory

RAM

Random Access Memory.

Ram

[rocket] The RAM, also known as the 6.5-Inch Anti-Tank Aircraft Rocket or ATAR, was an air-to-ground rocket used by the United States Navy during the Korean War. Developed rapidly, the rocket proved successful but was phased out shortly after the end of the conflict. ==Design and development== In 1950, the outbreak of the Korean War resulte...
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RAM

Random Access Memory. When an application is run it is called from the permanent storage area such as hard drive, floppy disk, or CD-ROM, and moved into the RAM where, it sends requests to the CPU. Using faster memory can speed up information process time
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RAM

Random Access Memory. The fastest and preferred workspace for the server. Enough ram will make the server work faster. To little ram will make your website appear slow. In a normal shared hosting account you share the ram with all accounts on the server, so you don't have any guaranteed ram for your web applications.
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RAM

acronym: random-access memory
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Ram

The bow of ancient warships had a ram, a rostrum, in the waterline. In that way an enemy ship could be rammed and sunk without having to board and engage in dangerous close combat. The best preserved ram is the 2.25 m long and 465 kg heavy Athlit ram, found in 1980, displayed at the National Maritime Museum, Haifa, Israel. Inside the bronze ram so...
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RAM

Random Access Memory. A computer's working memory, where programs store information when they are running. The bigger it is, the less time your computer will have to wait to get data from the hard disk drive.
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RAM

Random Access Memory, details ...
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RAM

Random access memory. Electronic chips, usually known as memory, holding digital information while there is power applied to it. Its capacity is measured in kilobytes. This is the computer's work area.
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ram

[n] - a tool for driving or forcing something by impact 2. [n] - uncastrated adult male sheep 3. [v] - strike or drive against with a heavy impact
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RAM

Shortened from the first letters of Random Access Memory (memory stored in the computer and immediately available for use and updating).
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RAM

(Digital cameras and photo printers) Random Access Memory. The user can read and write data from/onto this type of memory. RAM is used to temporarily store both data and programs. As opposed to ROM, all memory stored in RAM is lost when the power is turned off and is therefore called volatile memory. (SIMM)
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RAM

RAM (random access memory) is the place in a computer where the operating system, application programs, and data in current use are kept so that they can be quickly reached by the computer's processor. RAM is much faster to read from and write to than the other kinds of storage in a computer, the hard disk, floppy disk, and CD-ROM. However, the dat...
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RAM

Random Access Memory - this is the place within the computer where information is stored on a temporary basis - when the computer is switched off, information in RAM is lost
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RAM

Random Access Memory, the standard operating memory of the computer.
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RAM

Acronym for Random Access Memory. The memory in a computer in a computer that stores data temporarily while you are working on it. Data stored in RAM is lost forever when power is interrupted to the machine if it has not been saved to another medium, such as floppy or hard disk.
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RAM

Random Access Memory. Memory that can be altered and is used to store files. See CHIP RAM and FAST RAM.
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RAM

Random Access Memory: This is reusable computer memory, available to all programs on a computer. A computer with 32M of RAM has about 32 million bytes of memory that programs can use. RAM is read/write memory, as opposed to ROM which is read-only memory.
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RAM

Random Access Memory
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