Desktop Memory

Desktop Memory

BulkDevices.co.uk is among the largest retailers of desktop memory devices in the UK.  Not just desktop memory, the online wholesale store also holds some of the best other computer memory components like server memory, flash memory, and network memory devices at very cheap rates.

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What Is Desktop Memory And Why Is It Important


Desktop memory or more commonly known as random access memory (RAM), is a computer hardware that is based on volatile memory and is used to store data temporarily which can be accessed by the central processing unit quickly. It is quite different from other storage devices like hard disk drives (HDDs) or solid-state drives (SSDs), as the latter are used to store data permanently and have slower data processing speeds.


Desktop memory devices are crucial for the performance of any computer, as they affect how fast a computer can run multiple files at the same time, like opening files, browsing the internet, and performing other tasks.

 

If you want to buy desktop memory online in the UK at the most affordable rates, then BulkDevices has gathered all the best brands in one place for you. You can find both new and refurbished products in our vast store.


Types of Desktop Memory


When it comes to buying computer memory components, there are a lot of different types of desktop memory chips that are used for different purposes. In computers, two main types of memory devices are used i.e., SRAM and SDRAM.

The SRAM is a type of non-volatile memory and is mostly used as a cache memory. It is faster in speed than SDRAM but also expensive. On the contrary, SDRAM or synchronous dynamic random access memory is a volatile memory type and is further classified into sub-types based on the double data rate (DDR). Currently, only four types of SDRAM are available for desktop computers, that are DDR, DDR2, DDR3, and DDR4 SDRAM.


Different Form Factors


Desktop memory is available for desktops in various sizes and shapes, depending on the motherboard and the computer case. The most commonly used form factor for memory chips is a dual in-line memory module (DIMM), which has 240 pins and can be installed in pairs or groups of four to provide optimal performance. Another form factor is the small outline dual in-line memory module (SO-DIMM), which has 204 pins and is typically used for small PCs. Some desktop memory modules also have heat spreaders or cooling fans to prevent overheating and improve stability.


How To But The Best Desktop Memory Online


To choose the right desktop memory for your computer, you need to consider several factors such as:


Memory capacity:  The amount of memory you need is one of deciding factors in choosing RAM.  Generally speaking, installing more memory in your pc means better performance, but you also need to make sure that your system can support it. 


Speed or Frequency: The speed of the memory is measured in megahertz (MHz) or gigahertz (GHz), and it indicates how fast the memory can transfer data to and from the processor. 


Latency: The latency of the memory is measured in nanoseconds (ns) or clock cycles (CL), and it indicates how long it takes for the memory to respond to a request from the processor. 


Voltage: The voltage of the desktop memory is measured in volts (V), and it indicates how much power the memory consumes. Usually, voltage is not a big factor when choosing the right memory for your computer, as for high-end computers multiple memory chips are used at the same time and a little bit increased voltage is not a big concern.