Memory - Controllers

Memory controllers are electronic components that manage the flow of data between a computer’s memory and its processing units. They control the timing, addressing, and flow of data to ensure efficient access to memory, which is critical for system performance. Memory controllers can be integrated into CPUs or standalone chipsets, and they support various types of memory technologies such as DDR3, DDR4, and flash storage. They also provide features like error correction, caching, and power management to enhance overall system performance and reliability.

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