Originally Posted by crimsontears809739;12778239
Yes, it has a clock speed. Any chip that data has to go into or out of has a clock speed. No exceptions. I'm looking at the clock speed on a data sheet for a generic SRAM chip, the clock speed is around 4.4 nano-seconds.
Any chip that has data go into or out of has a latency. No exceptions. Just in some situations that latency is so small that it does not matter. Latency is defined as a time delay, since SRAM does not have CAS latency I would assume you are reffereing to the latency between when the clock pulsed and when data was output. I'm looking at a data sheet for a generic SRAM chip right now and the latency is 400 pico-seconds. (0.4 nano-seconds).
If you are interested in this, i think the best way is to read up on data sheets for SRAM.
holy shux, good answer, where can i find data on SRAM? WIKI doesnt have anything good on it.