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Your terminology is very wrong You do not "input memory to a buffer" You do not "request that data by giving it the "buffer"" This makes me fear that you are very much out of your depth here. You read or write a memory. Static memories, as you have here, are the simplest to read and write. For that you have to connect the computers address and data bus ...


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DQS is aligned with the data bus DQ, not the clock. It is used to precisely time where the DQ data are to be sampled. It’s a necessary complexity in order to support the clock speeds contemporary DDRx DRAM can achieve, in a way that supports a large number of chips and groups-of-chips (that is, ranks.) DQS and DQ do have a rough alignment with the input ...


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