• Check Our Reviews!
    • Free shipping for orders larger than $75.
    • Call 1-888-861-0328 for large quantity orders.
    • M-F 08:30AM to 6:00PM PST.
    You are at: Home >> BLOG

    Four Ways to Tell You Need More RAM

    Having an adequate amount of RAM (random access memory), is crucial to a smooth and fast computing experience. Every desktop, laptop, and tablet comes with a certain amount of RAM built-in (and this should definitely be a factor you consider before purchasing your fleet of computers.) Sometimes, however, that RAM is not enough for the needs of your staff, especially if your computers are a few years old.

    Fortunately, if your employees are running out of RAM, you can buy and add additional RAM to most current desktop and laptop computers, as well as some models of tablets. How do you know whether your computers need additional RAM or if your problems are coming from a different source?  Read More

    What Exactly is Ram?

    To start, there are three key components that can define the performance of your computer; the processor (CPU), the storage drive (HDD or SSD), and memory (RAM). For any operation to run smoothly, all these elements should have the appropriate specifications. You may have the newest CPU and the fastest SSD, but with low or even slow sized RAM you are going to lose all benefits those new technologies are able to give you. So now you are wondering, what exactly is RAM? 

    How does it have such a dramatic influence on a device’s overall performance? What should you look for when buying a new computer, or even looking for an upgrade? Random Access Memory, known simply as RAM, is the component that holds all the data your computer is using at any given time – the operating system and any applications that you start. Random Access means it can read and write data items in almost the same amount of time irrespective of the physical location of data inside the memory.   Read More

    Are You Ready to Upgrade Your PC Memory?

    Does it seem like your computer is taking too much time to load? Remember how great your computer ran and how fast it would load websites, pictures and videos when it was newer. Have you noticed that your PC has just become unbearably slow overtime? Are you looking to upgrade your computer to a new model?

    Before going out and spending all that money on a whole new computer you should be aware of other options, which include adding to the memory you already have or upgrading the memory you have in your current computer. If you have an excess of games or large software programs your computer memory might be nearing its capacity. 

    The processing power of your computer is compromised when your computer’s memory is close to reaching max capacity, and when the processing power has been compromised it creates slower loading times for those programs you are trying to run. Once you have checked your computer memory and realize that less than 15% is available, you can start by deleting those unwanted programs. There is that alternative offer I mentioned before which is adding to the memory you already have. Read More

    How Does RAM Affect PC Gaming?

    Are you experiencing lagging and stutters while gaming? Is your computer crashing or giving you reports saying “Your computer is low on memory”?  You should probably add more RAM to help supply your computer’s memory transfer rate needs.  Now you are stuck asking the question “How much RAM do I need to add?”.

    Having the correct amount of RAM is key for gaming because of the constant need to store and transfer files.  While you are playing a game, it is storing and swapping temporary files and since hard drives are not as fast as RAMs, the task of file transfers is given to the RAM instead of the hard drive. 

    Now keep in mind if the computer runs out of RAM, it defaults to use the hard drive’s special file called a “swap file”.  Because hard drives are slower at storing and transferring files than RAM, it makes for performance issues and a slower response time. Which will create an overall poor gaming experience.   Read More

    Differences between RAM and ROM 

    What is ROM? 

    ROM stands for Read-only memory and has a way of storing data in computers and other devices in which can not be easily altered or reprogrammed. ROM is referred to as non-volatile and the contents are kept even after the power is turned off, whereas RAM is known as volatile memory and can be lost when power is turned off. ROM stores the program required to initially boot the computer. It only allows reading. There are many types of ROM, which include PROM, EPROM and EEPROM. A ROM chip is mainly used during the start-up process of a computer, whereas a RAM chip is used mainly in the normal functions of a computer once the operating system has been loaded. A ROM chip can store several megabytes (MB) of data, usually 4 MB or 8 MB per chip. 


    What is RAM? 

    RAM is known as Random-access memory and is a form of data storage that can be accessed randomly at any time, in any order and from any physical location, allowing quick access and manipulation. RAM is measured in megabytes and the speed is measured in nanoseconds,  Read More

    A Few Types of Memory (RAM)  

    With all the acronyms you see about memory it can be kind of confusing, so we are here to try and clear it up a little bit for you. Some acronyms I will be explaining are SDRAM, DDR, DDR2 and DDR3. Some of the differences are: 

    SDRAM, DDR, DDR2 and DDR3 

    I have listed SDRAM, DDR, DDr2, and DDR3, DDR4 which are memory technologies in themselves. Trying to keep things simple, they have their differences which include their age, speed, operating voltage, and timings. Even though SDRAM contains the RAM acronym, they are all types of RAM. RAM stands for Random Access Memory and is often used as another way of referring to “memory”. Read More

    Differences in Notebook Memory and Desktop Memory

    Desktop PC Memory (DIMM)

    There is many RAM types available for desktop computers.  Most commonly used types are DIMMS (Dual In-Line Memory Module). DIMMS are small circuit boards that hold the memory chips, they are also standard in desktop computers.  Some of the more common types of DIMMS are:

    1.     SDRAM – Synchronous Dynamic Random-Access Memory

    ·         Short for Synchronous DRAM, this type of DRAM synchronizes itself with the CPU’s bus.  Until recently, SDRAM was the memory standard.  When looking at SDRAM - The number following “PC” is telling you the speed of the system’s front side bus.  (example: The PC100 SDRAM is designed for systems equipped with a 100 MHz front side bus.) Read More

    Even as a business owner you need to understand more about your computers. Three main components that define the performance of a computer are the processor (CPU), storage drive (HDD or SDD), and memory (RAM).   

    In order for an operation to run smoothly, all three elements should have the appropriate specifications. Even having the newest CPU and the fastest SSD, if you have a low-size or slow RAM you lose all the benefits those new technologies have. Do you know what RAM is exactly and why it can greatly influence the overall performance of your device and the productivity of your employees?Why Ram is important to your Business & How Ram Works?

    Do you know what to look for when buying a new computer, upgrading the one you currently have, or even when building one yourself? I will touch on each of these subjects within this article and hopefully you will have a better understanding of how to select the RAM to fit your needs as well as gain some insight about computer memory.  Read More

    Three Reasons to Purchase Your Computer Memory Wholesale

    If you have a Costco or Sam’s Club membership, then you understand the value of buying in bulk. Not only can you get a lot of the products you need every day, but you can also enjoy some big savings. We’re all looking for ways to save money, especially when it comes to overhead business expenses. 

    If you need to regularly purchase additional computer memory, including hard disk drives and solid-state drives, then you should consider purchasing wholesale computer memory from Memory America. Here are three reasons why:

    1.       Savings, Savings, Savings!

          The biggest reason to purchase anything wholesale or in bulk is because of the cost savings. The bigger your order, the more efficient it is for the seller to produce, prep, package, and ship to you. At Memory America, we can offer special discounts for wholesale orders. That means you can get more for your IT budget. Read More

    Do I Even Need Computer Memory When I Have the Cloud?

    Cloud computing is still a relatively new service, but it’s growing fast, allowing companies and individuals alike to store their pictures, song playlists, programs, and files online rather than on their own hard drives or internal servers. There are a lot of good reasons to use the cloud, but does that mean that computer memory is obsolete? Not at all. Here are a few important reasons why you still need to rely on your computer memory:

    1.       You Can’t Always Be Online

    There are still common situations when you won’t be able to access the internet, such as during certain flights, out camping, and driving through rural areas. In these instances, you’ll be at a loss if all of your most important data is in the cloud, where you can’t reach it.

    2.       Security

    The cloud isn’t necessarily as safe as it may seem. We’ve seen numerous examples of cloud computing companies suffer from hacking and malware attacks as well as data theft. In February of 2017, one of the biggest cloud computing companies, Amazon’s AWS cloud computing division, went down for four hours. Imagine if your entire business was on the cloud and everything came screeching to a halt in the middle of the day!  Read More

    What If I Ordered the Wrong Computer Memory Part?

    Purchasing the right computer memory for your computer can be confusing. At Memory America, we try to make it as easy as possible to identify and then order the right memory for your computer. However, mistakes happen. Maybe you typed in the wrong product ID or confused the computer’s manufacturer. Fortunately, you won’t be stuck with a computer memory that you can’t use. 

    At Memory America, we offer you a 30-day money back guarantee. Give us a call when you discover the problem. As long as it’s within 30 days of when you placed your order, we’d be happy to create a new order for the correct type of memory and take back the incorrect memory. We’ll credit the amount to your previous payment method, minus the shipping fee. Read More

    Choose a Computer Memory Company with a Long History

    One of the challenges of shopping online is that any business can throw together a website, offer a few products for sale, and then disappear a month later. As a consumer, it can be difficult to place your trust in an online company, especially one that hasn’t been around in a while. If you are buying new computer memory for your business, this probably represents a big expenditure. You want to work with a computer memory company you can trust. Memory America is that company.

    Over 22 Years in Business

    We didn’t launch our website yesterday. We aren’t still figuring out how to warehouse our supplies or fill out an international customs form. We’ve been in the computer memory business since 1996. That’s 22 years! In that time, we’ve kept up with current computer memory trends, continually improved our operations, and shipped lots and lots of computer memory to our customers.  Read More

    Will Computers Get More Expensive with New Trade Tariffs?

    The Trump Administration is engaging in a high-stakes trade battle with China that could result in tariffs placed on computers and other tech products that enter the United States. What do these higher costs mean for businesses who need to regularly update their technology products? 

    Unfair Advantage 

    The Trump Administration is proposing a 25% tariff on information and communication products and parts imported from China, which could amount to $50 billion to $60 billion in total tariffs. The administration claims that these tariffs are in response to China’s routine theft of U.S. intellectual property and the imports it places on American goods. Read More

    Know the Kind of Memory You Want? We Make It Easy to Find.

    At Memory America, our goal is to make it as easy as possible to find the computer memory you want exactly the way you want to find it. For those who are uncertain about what type of memory their computer needs, we let you put in your computer’s make and model or manufacturer part number to find a list of available memory.

    If you are a computer technician and you know exactly what kind of memory you want, we’ve designed a search system just for you that will let hone in on exactly the right memory. Click on the Computer Memory option in our menu. You’ll be taken to a list of all our available memory. Read More

    Low Voltage vs. Regular Voltage RAM

    If you are in the market to purchase new RAM for your company’s computers, you may be focused on the standard features: Speed, Size, and Price. These are very important factors in your purchase decision, but don’t forget to take voltage into consideration.

    What Is RAM Voltage?

    Voltage refers to the amount of power that RAM draws while in use. Most DDR3 RAM runs at 1.5V, but low voltage RAM can run at just 1.25V. What is the difference between regular voltage RAM and low voltage RAM? Will low voltage RAM result in slower performance? Is it possible to save energy and reduce your company’s carbon footprint by choosing low voltage RAM? What are the costs differences between the two options?  Read More

    Should You Buy Computer RAM with a Heat Shield?

    Anyone who works around computers and servers knows how hot a CPU or GPU can get after a lot of use. The fact that these components are practically turning your server room into a sauna makes it easy to overlook heat creation by your RAM.

    The truth is that a RAM doesn’t get anywhere near as hot as a CPU or GPU, but it does create heat. Put your hand near RAM after it’s been working intensively, and you’ll feel heat coming off of it. (We don’t recommend touching it.)

    Since RAM can heat up with a lot of intense use, does it make sense to purchase a heat shield?  Read More

    We Have the Memory Size You Need

    If you are on the lookout for additional memory for your company’s computers, it’s important to know how much memory you need. The biggest mistake you could make is buying too little memory. Before you know it, your memory will be full, and you’ll either have to start deleting important software and files, or you’ll need to spend more money to buy additional memory.

    At the same time, there’s no point in buying too much memory. You could end up spending extra money that could go towards other important business purchases.
    Read More

    What Is Computer Memory Rank?

    It’s time to purchase new memory for your company’s computers. Being a smart business owner who wants to save money without sacrificing quality, you visit Memory America to take a look at all the computer memory we have available. To make sure you find the exact right memory for your computers, you perform a custom search, which lets you choose each feature you want. 

    As you scroll down the list of features, you notice a category called Rank, with a list of options below that look like this:

    ·         1RX16

    ·         1RX4

    ·         1RX8

    ·         2RX4

    ·         2RX8

    ·         4RX4

    ·         4RX8

    ·         8RX4

    What is computer memory rank and what do all of these strange codes mean?
    Read More

    We Accept Credit Card Payments and PayPal for Computer Memory Purchases

    Here at Memory America, we recognize that you can’t control when your computer memory finally reaches its limit and it’s time to invest in new hard disk or solid-state drives for your business. We also understand that cash flow can be spotty, especially for start-ups. Sometimes you’ve got to put purchases on a credit card.

    That’s why we are happy to accept credit card payments for your computer memory order. We accept all the major card vendors, including Visa, Mastercard, Discover, and American Express. Do you prefer to pay through PayPal? We accept them too!

    There are benefits to making purchases on a credit card. You can give yourself some leeway as you wait for client payments to come in. Many business cards also offer miles or award points. Think of it as a little discount, courtesy of your credit vendor. Read More

    Why It’s Smarter to Buy Wholesale Memory Than to Replace All of Your Computers

    Your I.T. manager tells you that all the computers in the company need to be replaced with newer, better models. You look at your budget and realize that there is just no way that you can possibly afford it. Don’t worry. There’s a better option. You can upgrade your current computers and make them run almost like new just by upgrading their memory.  

    In a Perfect World…

    In a perfect world, if your coffers were overrunning with extra money, then sure, it would be great to give every single employee a new computer. The truth is, however, that it usually isn’t necessary. Your I.T. guys always want more pixels and all the bells and whistles, but your average employee just needs a computer that is reliable, can handle software requirements, and runs fast.

    That last part is usually the problem.

    If your current computers are only a few years old, then they are probably completely fine except that their memory and RAM may be overburdened. This will cause them to run slow and “feel” old. Fortunately, you can upgrade a computer’s memory and make it run almost like new at only a fraction of the cost of replacing the entire computer!
    Read More

    How to Find the Right Memory for Your Computers

    You’d think it would be easy to add more memory to your company’s computers. You jump online, find a good deal, and then place your order. Not so fast. It can actually be incredibly confusing and frustrating to find the right computer memory for your computer. That’s because different computer models require different kinds of memory. If you choose the wrong type of memory, it won’t be compatible with your computers. Imagine having to ship back all that memory and starting the purchasing process all over again! 

    To make matters worse, many memory companies actually make it difficult for you to find the memory options that are compatible with your computer. At Memory America, we don’t make you jump through hoops or force you to guess and pray that you picked the right type of memory. We’ve created an easy-to-use system that makes finding the right memory for your computers simple. Read More

    Our Scan Tool Helps You Find Compatible Memory for Your Computer

    You need a memory boost for your computer, but you aren’t sure what type of memory to buy. Don’t guess and get it wrong! Different models of computers and laptops are compatible with different types of memory.

    Don’t worry! You don’t have to be an IT genius to figure out which memory product is best for your computer. You don’t even need to know your computer model number. At Memory America, we offer a free tool that automatically scans your computer and then matches it with compatible memory products from our catalog. Read More

    What Are SATA Internal Hard Drives?

    When you start browsing through internal hard drives at Memory America, you may notice that we sell a lot of SATA hard drives. What are SATA hard drives, how are they different from ATA hard drives, and how are they used?

    An Evolution from ATA to SATA

    SATA stands for Serial AT Attachment and is also often known as “Serial ATA.” SATA is what is known in the data industry as a “computer bus” which simply means that it is a system that transfers data between components. In this case, SATAs connect host bus adapters to storage devices, including hard disk drives. (They can also be used to connect adapters to solid state drives and optical drives).

    The SATA system was released to wide adaption in 2000. Before that time, most systems used PATA, known as Parallel AT Attachment. SATA offers several important benefits over PATA. Read More

    Is a Hammer Still the Best Way to Wipe a Hard Disk Drive?

    In this day and age, being wary about the privacy of your data isn’t paranoid. It’s smart. If it’s time to send a hard disk drive to that big server rack in the sky, you need to make sure you aren’t leaving vulnerable files on the drive that some enterprising thief can pull off if they happen upon the discarded drive. 

    Deleting all the files off the drive may seem like the way to go, but you aren’t done yet. Just because files are deleted doesn’t mean that they are gone forever. There may still be a record of them on the drive that a hacker could pull off. Read More

    What Does DDR Stand For? 

    As you start browsing the computer memory catalog at Memory America, you’ll notice the term “DDR” listed under many of our products. What does DDR stand for, and how does it affect the performance of your memory?

    DDR stands for “Double Data Rate,” and it is a class of computer memory. DDR came out as an improvement over the standard synchronous dynamic random-access memory, most often known as SDRAM. In some cases, DDR is actually written as DDR-SDRAM. What makes DDR more advanced than simple SDRAM is its speed. DDR sends and receives signals twice per clock cycle. This means that it can move data twice as fast as its old counterpart SDRAM. It also uses less power, making it a great memory option for smaller devices, like netbooks. Read More

    Impress Your Boss with a Lifetime Warranty on All RAM

    Any time you have to go to the boss with a big purchase order, he or she is going to scrutinize the expenditure. As an IT person, it can sometimes be difficult to justify needed upgrades to someone who doesn’t understand the intricate workings of the company’s computer system. How do you explain why the company needs a redundant server, for example? Read More

    Get Your Company’s Computers Prepped for the New Year

    Your employees are busy finishing up year-end projects and planning all their holiday outings, but you have one more thing on your to-do list before signing off for the year. It’s time to make sure your computers are at peak operational efficiency so that you can hit the ground running in the New Year. Read More

    Should You Get New Computers for the Office for Just Upgrade Your Computer Memory?

    Your employees are complaining that their computers are slow, and of course your IT guy or gal suggests the latest and greatest new desktop for each employee. That all sounds great, except you don’t exactly have the budget to replace 200 computers! Also, didn’t you just buy those computers three years ago? How could they possibly have become obsolete so quickly?  Read More

    How to Sell Your Boss on Purchasing Refurbished Hard Drives

    Your co-workers demand faster speed for their video conferences and webinars, but your IT budget is tight. You know that a great solution is to invest in refurbished hard drives from a reliable and high quality computer memory vendor. Your boss, however, sees the word “refurbished” and thinks you want to install hard drives into the company’s computers that are held together by glue and duct tape. Read More

    What Happens When You Open and Close Documents on Your Computer

    It’s happened to the best of us. You open an application, like a PowerPoint presentation, spend hours on a big new client proposal… and then accidentally click out without saving. These days, there are usually ways to restore and save that lost doc, but most of us with a few decades under our belts remember a time when that presentation would have been forever gone.

    What happens when you open that PowerPoint or any other application? What happens when you click out without saving it? If you’ve ever wanted the answer to these questions, then you’ve come to the right blog post. Read More

    Try Us Out Before You Put in a Big Order

    Making a purchase from a new vendor can be a little nerve-wracking, especially if you are putting in a large order. What if the vendor’s products are low quality or defective? What if they mess up the order and ship the wrong products? Do you really want to put so much trust… and money on a brand new vendor you’ve never worked with before?

    At Memory America, we understand your hesitation, and we want to allay your fears when it comes to putting in a big order of computer memory with us for the first time. That’s why we are willing to send you a few parts that you can review and test before you place your order. Do you want to see how our hard disk drives, solid state drives, or refurbished hard disks hold up? Now you can. Read More

    Is a Solid State Drive the Right Memory Option for You?

    Need more memory on your personal computer or want to up the memory on the laptops of your employees? You’ll need to decide whether to buy hard disk drives (HDDs) or solid state drives (SSDs). Purely from a pricing standpoint, the HDD will be much more attractive than the SDD, but is there any reason to invest the extra dollars and choose SSD? Read More

    Is It Safe to Buy a Refurbished Hard Disk Drive?

    There’s just something about the word “refurbished” that brings to mind a broken product barely held together by glue and duct tape. This negative connotation makes many people think that buying refurbished hardware, like a refurbished hard disk drive, is a risky endeavor. Is this an accurate assumption, or is it actually safe to buy a refurbished hard disk drive?

    Refurbished Hardware Isn’t Always Broken

    Many consumers don’t realized that there are actually many different reasons that a piece of hardware may end up in the refurbished category that has nothing to do with any defects in its functionality. For example, a refurbished product might have:

    •        Been returned because a customer changed her mind
    •        Shipped with small, external flaws
    •       Not been sold before the next generation model hit the shelves
    •        Been a demo unit  Read More

    Help Buying Computer Memory When You Need It

    If you’re looking for computer memory, you may have a lot of questions. For example, should you purchase hard disk drive memory or solid state drive memory? What are the differences between the two? Is it safe to buy a refurbished hard disk drive?

    You may also need help to determine the best compatible memory for your specific make and model of computer or laptop. If you are buying memory for your entire company, you might have questions about discounts available on larger orders or about shipping to international locations. Read More

    New Advanced Search for Memory to Find Exactly What You Need.

    Memory America is committed to the success of your business computing, as well as helping your personal computer experience to me smooth and fast with the right kind of memory, hard drives and solid-state drives to meet your needs.

    With that effort we have added a new feature to search by following ways to help you find what you are looking for faster: Users can now search for memory by computer manufacturer part number. Our new part number search method is available along with the existing search methods of searching for memory by memory manufacturer part numbers and by computer brand and model. Read More

    We Can Send You Custom Transaction Reports on Your Computer Memory Purchases

    Do you want to keep better track of your purchases of computer memory through Memory America? We would be happy to send you custom transaction reports upon your request. There are many different reasons that these reports can be helpful.

    For example, we can send reports directly to your accounting department so they can more easily track your supply purchases.  Read More

    How to Find the Right Sever Memory for Your Company

    Your server can hold a whole lot of data, but even it has its limits. When your server starts to get full, you don’t have to go through the considerable expense and hassle of buying a new or secondary server. Instead, just purchase more server memory.

    One thing to look out for is that not every server memory product is compatible with every type of server. It would be expensive if you ordered the wrong type of memory and then had to return it right when your server memory was hitting the full mark. Read More

    Our Return Program Gives You Peace of Mind

    Upgrading your computer memory represents an investment in your company, whether you choose to purchase hard disk memory, solid state drive, or server memory. What happens if the server memory you buy doesn’t match your server model or if you decide that you should have purchased solid state drive instead of hard disk memory?

    When you buy your computer memory from Memory America, you don’t have to worry about ordering mistakes or purchase regret. That’s because we make returns easy and convenient. If you are unhappy with your purchase from Memory America for any reason, return your purchase within 30 days for a full refund.  Read More

    Arrange Special Payment Terms and Delivery Schedule for Your Computer Memory Order

    When you place a large order with Memory America, we are happy to work with you to arrange specialized payment terms and delivery schedule if needed.

    For example, if you would like to pay certain percentage of the charge upfront and then make future payments on a schedule, we would be happy to discuss that option with you. We are also open to discussing discounted pricing for large and/or ongoing orders, especially if you are a regular customer. Read More

    We Can Ship Computer Memory Anywhere in the World

    Do you have offices or locations in different countries? Then you know that shipping internationally can sometimes be a headache. Not every vendor is able to handle the different paperwork and customs forms involved, but when you order computer memory from Memory America, we are happy to ship to any country in the world.

    We want to make sure that all of your businesses have the computer memory they need to maintain optimal functioning. That means you need a reliable vendor who can process orders quickly and ship accurately to all of your locations.  Read More

    Do You Need Custom Packaging and Labeling for Your Computer Memory?

    Here are Memory America, we pride ourselves on shipping your computer memoryorders quickly and accurately. Our warehouse and shipping team is here to make the process as convenient for you as possible. That includes providing custom packaging and labeling to meet your needs. Read More

    Same Day Computer Memory Shipment Is Available

    When your computer starts to act sluggish or face problems because your memory is too full, the last thing you want to do is put up with the slowdown for an entire week, because the memory you ordered online is still in the mail. At Memory America, we want to make it as easy, convenient, and cost-effective as possible for you to purchase the memory you need.  Read More

    Not Sure Which Type of Computer Memory You Need? We Can Help

    When it comes to purchasing computer memory, you have a lot of different options. Should you choose a computer memory module? Or how about a hard disk or solid state drive? Will the memory you choose be compatible with your server? How much memory do you even need?  Read More  

    Support for our Customers Every Step of the Way

    Memory America offers top-quality memory moduleshard disks and solid state drives and they pride themselves on the best customer service that you will find.   The motto of Memory America is: 

    “Support for our Customers every step of the way from start to finish” 

     It is so important to have reliable memory and a quality hard drive so you do not lose any of your data and you can be very productive with your computer. Memory America offers what you need to keep your computer efficient and support is available from the first question to the installation of your new memory or hard drive. Read More

    What Kind of Computer Memory Do You Need? SSD vs HDD 

    If you want to add more memory to your laptop or desktop computer, you have several different options to choose from. Two of the most popular types of additional computer memory are known as Solid State Drive (SSD) and Hard Disk Drive (HDD). We sell both here at Memory America, and each has its own advantages and disadvantages. Read More

    Your computer is running slow. Do you have too many files and programs saved, or are too many programs running at one time? This is basically a question off Hard Drive vs. RAM. If you are not a computer whiz, it’s easy to get these two things confused. Both have to do with storing information, and they both use the same measures (megabytes and gigabytes). Read More

    Let’s say that you want to take up running. Yes, you could easily find a pair of running shoes at Walmart or on Amazon.com, but wouldn’t it be smarter to go to a specialty running store? There, you’ll get the most choice, and you’ll get to actually talk to an employee who is passionate and knowledgeable about running. Read More

    Computer Memory
    When your computer is new, it can feel like it has endless space for every program under the sun. You might have gone on a frenzy of installing apps and games and other cool programs. These days, however, your computer is slowing down. Some of that might have to do with a bogged down and clogged memory.  Read More 


    Save Money On Your Next Computer By Buying Memory Separate

    Laptops and computers are getting cheaper every day, but you’ll still need to pay at least a few hundred dollars for a decent new computer. If you want something top-of-the-line, you could be looking at a price tag of a thousand dollars or more.  Read More


    Want Your Computer to Run Faster? You Might Just Need a Memory Upgrade.

    Remember how swiftly your computer used to load websites, pictures, and videos when it was brand new? Now it seems like it takes an hour just for Google to load. Is it time to finally say goodbye to your electronic friend and upgrade to a newer, sleeker, and faster computer? Read More


    ©2018 All rights reserved.