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How are SDRam's speed calculated?

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I heard that an SDRam will sync with the CPU's clock speed which is 66Mhz on a Pentium II.

How fast will the SDRam work on a Pentium II 266mhz?

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SDRAM is able to handle all input and output signals synchronized to the system clock.  The fastest access speed of sdram in CPU cycles is 5-1-1-1 for a four data (byte/word/dword) burst read, which makes it exactly as fast as BEDO RAM.  However the best thing about SDRAM is that it easily handles bus speeds up to 100MHz.
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What is BEDO? And can you pls tell me about ECC ram? hehe

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