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Difference b/n Register and RAM

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    Prateek
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    both  devices (Register and RAM ) used for temporary store data. RAM store the data for further processing in ALU and a register do same so why both are different.

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    Abhishek Sharma
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    Registers are holding data while CPU or ALU operates on it, since registers are not as big in capacity as RAM, the data is loaded from RAM onto Register for processing. Registers are faster than RAM. Another thing to notice is that ALUs are part of CPUs, a CPU can contain multiple ALUs. A Register is within CPU while RAM is external to CPU.

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    Prateek
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    thanks sir

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