SGRAM : Computer Hardware Buyers’ Glossary


SGRAM (Synchronous Graphics RAM) is a fancy type of RAM (Random Access Memory) used to speed up video cards. Technically it is an enhanced version of SDRAM (Synchronous Dynamic RAM) that supports masked writes and block writes, both used primarily to accelerate graphics operations.

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