What is the Full Form of VRAM?
The full form of VRAM is Video Random Access Memory which is used to store image data for a computer display. It is a buffer between the computer display and processor and is often called the frame buffer. The data is sent as a digital signal through an HDMI port from VRAM to a flat-screen LED display. Previous High-performance forms of VRAM were dual-ported, and the dual-port design was the main difference between RAM and VRAM.