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8Gb Computer Memory RAM with DDR4 SDRAM

8Gb computer memory RAM with DDR4 SDRAM might sound like one of the robot characters from a Star Wars film, but actually it's a replacement or upgrade component that you can use in your computer.

You should only seriously contemplate upgrading your own computer with a DDR4 SDRAM component if you know what you're doing, as the DDR4 version is not compatible with previous versions of RAM, so you'll need to ensure you understand how it all works before you consider inserting this into your own machine.

What is DDR4 SDRAM?

RAM stands for Random Access Memory and is a method used by all computers for being able to access frequently used functions that are necessary for proper use of the computer.

DDR4 SDRAM is an updated version of RAM, the abbreviation being used in place of the full description, Double Data Rate 4th generation Synchronous Dynamic Random Access Memory. Essentially, it is a faster and more powerful version of standard RAM, which people may wish to use for upgrading their computers to make them faster or be able to perform more functions at the same time.

The 8Gb version (8 Gigabytes) of DDR4 SDRAM indicates that you will be increasing your computer's RAM capacity by a further 8 Gb, so potentially increasing it from 8Gb to 16Gb, or 4Gb to 12Gb etc.

There are a range of 8 Gb DDR4 SDRAM modules available, some of which are manufactured by well known names in the computer components field, with others being unbranded or generic varieties.

However much you know about the workings of your computer, you should always be careful when inserting RAM modules , as computer equipment can store electricity for a long period even when not switched on, leading to a potential electric shock risk. Or you could damage some of the other internal components by mistake.

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