Speaker - Derek Noronha
Subject - A subjective look at computer memory
Details - - A subjective look at the various types of computer memory types for different applications; criteria choosing and selecting the right types for various applications. Why using the wrong types will comprise the end results.
Below are links to the explanatory videos shown during the morning:-
RAM Explained - Random Access Memory: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PVad0c2cl
Comparison of DDR Memory for Your Laptop: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NUjMNc8DQyI
Flash Memory Speed Class Ratings Explained (UHS, Class, 100x): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HB1LhViXgfo
How to Choose an SD Card for Video on a Camera or Camcorder SDHC vs SDXC: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rbYVSgKVNpw
How To Choose The Right SD Card For Your Camera And What All The Symbols On It Mean:
SSD Life Expectancy: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-XZNr7mS0iw
More information from DerekNote: SSDs’ are improving all the time ; General advice: Get a large SSD with at least 50% spare capacity AFTER software is installed.There are a lot of the small capacity e.g 120 GB/240 GB etc older generation ones being pushed at "bargain" low prices;
These have short lives.
probably a bare minimum.
About the 'Computer Technology Group'
The 'Computer Club' was the first part of the former 'Computer and Camera Group' to be formed with a few enthusiasts meeting to share knowledge (& frustrations) in the early days of computing.