Thanks.Originally posted by Hemingray
Just for the record, it stands for Column Address Strobe.
Heh...you love to tell that story...Originally posted by mc68k
I learned what CUDA stands for!
Capacitive Unit Discharge ASIC
That's the reset switch on the motherboard.
Don't underestimate the acronyms. My old boss said one of the reasons I was considered was that I knew what CMOS stood for. I was asked what CMOS does in a job interview. I was then asked jokingly what it stood for.
Of course! It's Complimentary Metal-Oxide Semiconductor. That really impressed them.
That was right after I got my A+ cert.
Unless you're overclocking your system or you're someone who has to have the highest end components, CL3 is fine.Originally posted by Draft
So, if I buy RAM, should I get the CL2 or the CL3 RAM? CL2 usually costs more, so I'd rather not have to spend more money.