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Information on ram memory

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by Lindarx, Apr 16, 2012.

  1. Lindarx

    Lindarx Registered Member

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    Hello my name is Lind.
    I need the help of all blackhat's and whitehat's today.An opportunity has risen so I can go on a journey to France.Am currently studying computer enginnering,and my professor wants 20 pages on ram memory.I checked google and I couldnt find anywhere information thats good about ram memory,I only found 10 pages on the types of ram memory.If I dont give my information tomorrow I will fail,cuz I want to go in France for one week.
    Now if anyone could help me,If anyone of you has an pdf information on ram,or a word document I would appreciate it.
    Thanks on Advance.
    Please help me go to France :captain:
     
  2. RMX

    RMX Power Member

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    My favorite quote from "The IT Crowd": Memory IS RAM!

    P.S. You sure you're sailing there?
     
  3. Lindarx

    Lindarx Registered Member

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    It was in the terms of adventure,flying on a plane.But judging from your answer and if nobody helps I will stick to my couch.
     
  4. maddy_i5

    maddy_i5 Junior Member

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    Search in ram memory, random access memory in google scholar, you might find a pdf.
    At the end of the day, if you still havn't found anything. Double your font size and you will have a 20page report! ;)
     
  5. Lindarx

    Lindarx Registered Member

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    In fact I have a strict teacher.
    He said dont try to trick me,I want a font 12 or less.I am not blind.
    Dont take materials from wikipedia.
     
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  6. RMX

    RMX Power Member

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  7. Lindarx

    Lindarx Registered Member

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    you are not really helping...:p
     
  8. xboxps3wow

    xboxps3wow Power Member

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    I don't know how they expect you to write a 20 page report on RAM, when you can't write grammatically at all. :(
    Is it supposed to be in English?
     
  9. Techxan

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    Go do a search in amazon books for "history of ram memory" "computer memory" and etc. In the listing, there will be several excerpts from the book. If you are lucky, you will get a few pages in a row and you can glean out enough filler information to make your report. You can do this with any bookseller that has an "excerpt" feature in their descriptions.

    You can also use this quote, from someone who was in the computer industry since the late 60's.

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    The first computer I ever laid eyes on was an IBM 1604 Mainframe computer, donated to our school in the fall of 1970. This thing was a beast that took up an entire classroom. At the heart of it all was a console you sat at and typed into a big grey Sperry Univac typewriter looking thing. This typewriter had the old style endless green and white sprocket fed paper that kept a running log of everything that went on, sort of an interactive event viewer teletype. You actually sat down and typed binary code directly into the thing to get it to boot. After that, input was through punched cards.

    The memory units were large library shelf size steel grey cabinets, each 6 foot tall and 10 ft or so long. When the covers were removed the actual memory module consisted a large rectangular sheet of plastic, into which a series of pins were set. These pins were arranged in a grid like a game board of "Connect the Dots". On the backside, this plastic board had wires running vertically and horizontally that connected to the pins in it's row or column. The engineer explained to me that this allowed any pin to be turned "on" by applying power, or "off" by removing power. In this capacity it could be considered "on or off "true or false" "yes or no" "plus or minus" however I wished to think of it.

    I remember the engineer, Tom, leaning up against this cabinet, pulling his glasses off and telling me: "This," he said using the ear piece of this glasses to tap on the sheet of plastic in between the pins, "is going to change the world. All they have to do is shrink it"

    This is the very same basic memory architecture that memory uses today, except they shrunk it.

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    My contribution, only 19.5 pages to go.
     
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  10. Lindarx

    Lindarx Registered Member

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    Clearly you have a problem with your personality mate.First of all,I don't think I have that many grammar error's.The correct phrase would be that I have punctuation error's and that's because I was writing quick.And I can perfectly describe ram on a 20 page report.I didn't ask you to write me 20 pages of report,So this is your second problem and it's a big problem for you,YOU CAN'T READ.IF YOU WOULD HAVE READ THE POST,YOU WOULD HAVE KNOWN THAT I REQUESTED MATERIAL'S THAT YOU MAY HAVE ON YOUR COMPUTER STORED.YOU MAY HAVE DOWNLOADED THEM FROM THE INTERNET OR YOU COULD HAVE WRITTEN THE MATERIAL WITH YOUR OWN INFORMATION.
    NEXT TIME READ THE POST BEFORE YOUR REPLY YOU DOUCHE!!!
    Thank you,I liked your quote very much.Thanks for the tips on amazon to.
     
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    You can make fun of him for his attitude, but not everyone here is a native english speaker.
     
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    Lindarx Registered Member

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    Thank you Falrish,Extreme.
    CoolDrMoney ------------> Haters gonna hate