NVRAM (non-volatile random-access memory) is a type of computer memory with low power consumption and retains its data even after its power source has been turned off. It’s used in various applications such as laptops, desktops, and embedded systems. NVRAM is faster than traditional DRAM and stores system settings and configuration information.
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Unlike traditional RAM (random access memory), NVRAM does not require power to maintain its stored data.
NVRAM is often used in applications where data needs to be kept even if the power is lost, such as in computers with battery backups or embedded systems. NVRAM is a storage medium for certain consumer electronics types, such as gaming consoles.
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