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1acceso aleatorio masculineacceso directo masculinebefore noun random-access memory — memoria de acceso aleatorio / directo
- The spot price of a 256-megabit, 266-megahertz double-data-rate dynamic random-access memory chip stood at US $2.95 on Tuesday, less than half their price at the start of the year.
- But 20 minutes before liftoff, a problem was detected that may involve the recorder's random-access memory, which stores data short-term, Tanner said.
- Micron was seeking control of the supply of dynamic random-access chips, the main memory in personal computers, after five consecutive quarters of losses tied to volatile prices.
- The point is that, although the design encourages you to treat flash disks as random-access devices, their wear characteristics are more like those of sequential media, such as magnetic tape.
- Most systems come with 256 megabytes of random-access memory, but doubling that, to 512 MB, is more than worth the $50 or so that it will cost.
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