conventional memory


conventional memory

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  • Conventional memory — Memory areas of the IBM PC family. In DOS memory management, conventional memory, also called base memory, is the first 640 kilobytes (640 × 1024 bytes) of the memory on IBM PC or compatible systems. It is the read write memory usable by the… …   Wikipedia

  • Conventional Memory —   [engl.], konventioneller Speicher …   Universal-Lexikon

  • conventional memory — memory up to 640 kilobytes in DOS (Computers) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • conventional memory —    The amount of memory accessible by MS DOS in PCs using an Intel processor operating in real mode; normally the first 640KB.    The designers of the original IBM PC made 640KB available to the operating system and applications and reserved the… …   Dictionary of networking

  • Conventional memory — …   Википедия

  • conventional memory — noun The first 640 kilobytes of RAM in an IBM compatible PC …   Wiktionary

  • Memory architecture — describes the methods used to implement electronic computer data storage in a manner that is a combination of the fastest, most reliable, most durable, and least expensive way to store and retrieve information. Depending on the specific… …   Wikipedia

  • Memory barrier — Memory barrier, also known as membar or memory fence or fence instruction, is a type of barrier and a class of instruction which causes a central processing unit (CPU) or compiler to enforce an ordering constraint on memory operations issued… …   Wikipedia

  • Conventional PCI — PCI Local Bus Three 5 volt 32 bit PCI expansion slots on a motherboard (PC bracket on left side) …   Wikipedia

  • Memory Alpha — This article is about the website. For the (fictional) Star Trek location, see The Lights of Zetar. Memory Alpha URL memory alpha.org Commercial? Yes …   Wikipedia


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