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My Brother has a computer and when he installed CPU-z he noticed hes got RDRAM and not SDRAM or DDR. I've never come across a computer with RDRAM before. How come that is?

asked Nov 08 '10 at 15:58

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How Old is the computer? that may answer your question. RDRAM seems fairly out dated and slow by todays standards. It seems it is only 16bit. We Use 64bit now

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/RDRAM

answered Nov 08 '10 at 16:00

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edited Nov 08 '10 at 16:01

my first machine had RDRAM in it, which meant that i could not upgrade the RAM with out spending a fortune on faster RDRAM chips, so i put that machine aside and got a much better faster PC that used DDR2 RAM.

answered Nov 15 '10 at 18:05

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