Random access memory (RAM)

Random access memory (RAM),

Definition of Random access memory (RAM):

  1. Physical memory installed in a computer or storage device as silicon chips, hard disk, floppy disk, CD, etc., that is addressable by, and is directly accessible to, a computer (CPU) in a non-sequential (random) manner.

  2. Memory that permits random access, especially in the form of removable integrated circuits that can be read and written to at high speed; abbreviated RAM.

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