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RAM is a form of memory.And memory doesn’t get faster just because it gets more.
If you have two instead of a warehouse, you have more space to accommodate things.But cleaning up and out is still not faster. In fact, the opposite is true. If you clean up more stuff, you’ll need even longer!
The data is processed by the processor rather than memory.If the 2 billion commands per second (2GHz) work, then it will not become 3 billion commands per second just because you add more data.
In fact, there is also a clock frequency for RAM.A lot of people overlook that. The… is much more crucial for speed!
If the memory is faster than the processor, then it still doesn’t matter.However, if the memory is slower than the CPU, the memory slows down the processor. And that has very little to do with the amount of memory!
There is also an MHz specification for memory.A clock frequency. And DIE must be reconciled with the processor. And then it’s over.
The speed is not in quantity, but in the access and processing time.Speed is a time factor. Quantity is a space factor!
The memory works directly with the processor.The downside is that it is temporary memory.
Means that everything you’re doing has to be loaded into memory.Operating system, Office, files you are currently working on, images, browsers, web pages,…
Means that the more memory you have, the more programs you can open at the same time and the more files you can have open for editing at the same time.The computer does not get the faster during processing.
This is also the reason why data is lost if you forget to save!Because the data is in memory during editing and the memory is temporary. When the power is gone, the data in memory is also gone. In order to keep the data long-term, it must be stored on the appropriate medium, which permanently stores data. That’s why we store the data on the hard drive.
More memory means you can edit more material at the same time.It does not mean that the access time is faster.
If a computer becomes faster by increasing memory, it is based on the bottleneck principle.
If a change in memory makes the computer faster, it is because the previously installed memory has slowed it down!Not because the performance of the computer changes magically.
And yes. In this case, quantity can also be a reason.
why?Because the computer needs an alternative when there is not enough memory. This is usually the hard drive. This is called “virtual memory” in Windows, and “swap” for Unix-based operating systems.
This was quite typical for old computers, because if there was too little memory, a lot was leaked to the hard disk and this WEIT was slower than the memory.With more modern computers, this is no longer so significant. Because more memory is now available from home and the hard drives have also become significantly faster. See SSD vs. HDD.
So if the memory was already sufficiently and reasonablely designed, then there is hardly a speed change.