System Memory

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DOS Memory Management - The 80286 and The High Memory Area
... When the IBM PC/AT was introduced, the segmented memory architecture of the Intel family processors had the byproduct of allowing slightly more than 1 megabyte (MiB) of memory to be addressed in the "real ... address lines, certain combinations of segment and offset could point into memory above the 0x0100000 (220) location ... The 80286 could address up to 16 MiB of system memory, thus removing the behavior of memory addresses "wrapping around" ...
Operating System - Components - Kernel - Memory Management
... Main article Memory management Among other things, a multiprogramming operating system kernel must be responsible for managing all system memory which is currently in use by programs ... This ensures that a program does not interfere with memory already in use by another program ... time share, each program must have independent access to memory ...
Memory Divider - Overview
... Memory Dividers allows system memory to run slower than or faster than the actual FSB (Front Side Bus) speed ... Ideally, Front Side Bus and system memory should run at the same clock speed because FSB connects system memory to the CPU ... But, it is sometimes desired to run the FSB and system memory at different clock speeds ...
Automated Optical Inspection - Process - System Memory
... System memory is also important ... Upgradeable systems that have the capacity for expanded memory are desirable ...

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