Definition

EDO RAM (extended data output RAM)

Contributor(s): Miguel Carranza, Ken Conway, and Evan Jennings

EDO (extended data output) RAM is a type of random access memory (RAM) chip that improves the time to read from memory on faster microprocessors such as the Intel Pentium. EDO RAM was initially optimized for the 66 MHz Pentium. For faster computers, different types of synchronous dynamic RAM (SDRAM) are recommended.

Also see BEDO DRAM.

This was last updated in September 2005

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