history-computer.comUnified Memory vs. RAM: Which is Better?
What is Unified Memory?Unified memory is a memory technology where access to the computer’s entire memory resource (short- and long-term) is shared between all the processing com
What is RAM?Random access memory (RAM) is a semiconductor technology that provides computing devices with fast, volatile memory required for the storage of temporary files.
Similarities– You can use both conventional RAM and unified memory for short-term memory storage. – Unified Memory can fulfill the role of VRAM for a GPU. – The CPU can use R
Differences– Unified memory is non-volatile; RAM is volatile. – Unified memory can store the data held on an HDD or SSD along with the data that RAM would hold. – Unified mem
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