TWM456042U - Dynamic type memory - Google Patents

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TWM456042U
TWM456042U TW102202322U TW102202322U TWM456042U TW M456042 U TWM456042 U TW M456042U TW 102202322 U TW102202322 U TW 102202322U TW 102202322 U TW102202322 U TW 102202322U TW M456042 U TWM456042 U TW M456042U
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Han-Hong Zheng
ji-fen Guo
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Dynamic random access memory

This creation is about a kind of dynamic random access memory.

For a conventional dynamic random access memory, please refer to the patent TWM263537, which is provided with a light-emitting diode disposed on a plate and electrically connected to the plate body, and the light-emitting diode is a light-emitting efficiency. Since the light-emitting diode of the design has no shielding, the light of the light-emitting diode directly hits the eyes of the user, which is more likely to cause glare and discomfort to the user.

In addition, the light-emitting diode will also generate higher heat energy when it emits light. If the heat dissipation effect is not good, the circuit may not operate properly or be damaged due to high temperature. Therefore, the structure of the conventional dynamic random access memory is still unsatisfactory and remains to be discussed by those in the industry.

The purpose of the present invention is to provide a dynamic random access memory having a special illuminating effect, which is not only beautiful but also less glaring or uncomfortable for the user.

In order to achieve the above object, the present invention provides a dynamic random access memory including a memory module, a circuit module, a plasma tube and a shell member.

The circuit module is disposed in the memory module and electrically connected to the memory module. The circuit module is provided with a conversion circuit for converting direct current into alternating current Electricity.

The plasma tube is disposed on the circuit module and electrically connected to the circuit module, and the plasma tube can selectively emit light.

The shell member is disposed on the memory module and covers at least a portion of the area of the memory module. Thus, the heat generated during operation of the memory module can be dissipated by the shell member, so that the creation can achieve better heat dissipation. effect.

Thereby, when the memory module is electrically connected to the circuit module, the circuit module is electrically connected to the plasma tube, so that the plasma tube can emit light, thereby providing the creation of the present invention. The dynamic random access memory has a special illuminating effect, which is not only beautiful but also produces light that is less likely to cause glare or discomfort to the user.

1‧‧‧ memory module

11, 21‧‧‧ Printed circuit boards

31‧‧‧First Insert

32‧‧‧First clamping section

12‧‧‧ integrated circuit

13‧‧‧Links

14‧‧‧Electrical connection

2‧‧‧ circuit module

22‧‧‧Transition circuit

3‧‧‧First connector

4‧‧‧Plastic tube

5‧‧‧Second connector

51‧‧‧Second Insert

52‧‧‧Second clamping section

6‧‧‧Shell

Figure 1 is a perspective view of the creation.

Figure 2 is an exploded perspective view of the present creation.

Figure 2A is an enlarged view of the first connector of the present creation.

Figure 2B is an enlarged view of the second connector of the present invention.

Figure 3 is a side view of the creation.

Figure 4 is a partial enlarged view of the present creation.

Figure 5 is a perspective view of the shell after the creation of the shell.

The following is a description of possible implementations of the present invention by way of example only, and is not intended to limit the scope of the creation of the present invention.

Referring to FIG. 1 , the present invention provides a dynamic random access memory, including a memory module 1 , a circuit module 2 , and a plasma tube 4 .

Please refer to FIG. 1 to FIG. 4, the memory module 1 can be, but is not limited to, a moment. In the embodiment, the memory module 1 includes a printed circuit board 11 , a plurality of integrated circuits 12 , and a connecting port 13 . The integrated circuit 12 is along the printed circuit board 11 . The connection port 13 is disposed on a computer motherboard (not shown) and electrically connected thereto, and the computer motherboard supplies power to the memory module 1 via the connection port 13 The integrated circuit 12 performs data transmission with the computer motherboard.

The circuit module 2 is disposed in the memory module 1 and electrically connected to the memory module 1. More specifically, the circuit module 2 includes a printed circuit board 21 and a conversion circuit 22, and the printed circuit The board 21 is disposed on one side of the memory module 1 opposite to the connection port 13. The conversion circuit 22 is disposed on the printed circuit board 21, and the conversion circuit 22 is configured to convert direct current into alternating current, more specifically, The conversion circuit 22 converts a lower voltage to a higher voltage.

In a preferred embodiment of the present invention, a first connection structure is further provided. The first connection structure is disposed at one end of the circuit module 2, and the other end of the device is disposed on the memory module 1 to make the memory module. The group 1 has an electrical connection relationship with the circuit module 2, and more specifically, the first connection structure has a plurality of first connecting members 3, as shown in FIG. 2B, each of the first connecting members 3 has a first plug. The first connecting member 3 is inserted into the circuit module 2 on one side of the memory module 2, and the first connecting member 3 is inserted into the circuit module 2 The first clamping portion 32 clamps the memory module 1 to fix the memory module 1 and the circuit module 2 to each other. Preferably, the memory module 1 has an electrical connection portion 14 A connector 3 is clamped to the electrical connection portion 14 of the memory module 1 by the first clamping portion 32 to electrically connect the circuit module 2 and the memory module 1 Sexual connection. In this embodiment, four first connecting members 3 are included, wherein two first connecting members 3 are disposed at one end of the circuit module 2, and the other two connecting members 3 are disposed on the circuit module 2 At the other end, the first connecting members 3 can clamp the opposite ends of the memory module 1 to make the clamping effect more stable. It can be understood that, in other possible embodiments, the first connecting structure may also be provided with two, three or more first connecting members or the first connecting members may be integrated into one body.

In the present embodiment, the plasma tube 4 is a cylinder, but not limited thereto. In other possible embodiments, the plasma tube may be in any other shape. The plasma tube 4 is disposed on the circuit module 2 and electrically connected to the circuit module 2, and the plasma tube 4 can selectively emit light. Preferably, the plasma tube 4 is disposed in the circuit module. 2 is opposite to one side of the memory module 1 , and the opposite ends of the plasma tube 4 respectively have an electrical connection end. When the memory module 1 is electrically connected to the circuit module 2 , the circuit module The group 2 is electrically connected to the plasma tube 4 to enable the plasma tube 4 to emit light. More specifically, when the plasma tube 4 is energized, the inert gas in the plasma tube 4 is discharged due to high pressure. The spark causes a plurality of light-like light rays to be formed inside the plasma tube 4. Compared with the general light-emitting diode, the light generated by the plasma tube 4 is not only special, but also difficult to use. Feeling glaring or uncomfortable. Furthermore, as the type of inert gas filled is different, the color of the generated light changes. In addition, the magnitude of the current applied to the plasma tube 4 also affects the color and brightness of the plasma tube 4.

In a preferred embodiment of the present invention, a second connecting structure is further disposed. The second connecting structure is disposed at one end of the circuit module 2, and the plasma tube 4 is disposed at the other end to make the plasma tube 4 The circuit module 2 has an electrical connection relationship. More specifically, the second connection structure has a plurality of second connecting members 5, as shown in FIG. 2A, each of the second connecting members 5 has a second insertion. Department 51 and a second clamping portion 52, wherein the second connecting member 5 is inserted into the circuit module 2 on one side of the memory module 1 with the second insertion portion 51, and the second clamping member The holding portion 52 holds the electrical connection end of the plasma tube 4, so that the circuit module 2 and the plasma tube 4 are fixed to each other and electrically connected to each other. Preferably, the second clamping portion 52 and the plasma are The tubes 4 cooperate to form a circular arc shape. In this embodiment, the second connecting member 5 is included, and the second connecting members 5 are respectively disposed at opposite ends of the circuit module 2, so that the second connecting members 5 can be clamped. The plasma tube 4 is opposite to the two ends to make the clamping effect more stable. It can be understood that in other possible embodiments, the second connecting structure may also be provided with two or more second connecting members or the two connecting members may be integrated into one body.

Therefore, referring to FIG. 1 and FIG. 2, when the connection port 13 of the memory module 1 is electrically connected to the computer motherboard, the computer motherboard supplies power to the memory module 1, and the memory module is The group 1 is electrically connected to the circuit module 2 by the first connecting members 3. Generally, the voltage required by the memory module 1 is low, and the voltage required for the plasma tube 4 is relatively high. The switching circuit 22 of the circuit module 2 converts the voltage from a low voltage to a high voltage and is electrically connected to the plasma tube 4 through the second connecting members 5, so that the plasma tube 4 is energized, so that The inert gas in the plasma tube 4 generates a discharge spark due to the high pressure, so that irregular light such as lightning is generated in the plasma tube 4. Preferably, the circuit module 2 further includes a temperature sensor (not shown). When the temperature sensor senses that the temperature of the memory module 1 is higher than a preset temperature, the temperature sensor transmits a temperature sensor. Signaling to the conversion circuit 22, the conversion circuit 22 further controls the magnitude of the current applied by the plasma tube 4 to alert the user whether the temperature of the memory module 1 is overheated, and to prevent the memory module 1 from overheating due to temperature. And there is damage.

It can be understood that in other possible embodiments, the plasma tube can also be combined with a computer. A power supply (not shown) is electrically connected, and the power supply directly supplies a higher voltage to the plasma tube, for example, when the user wants to set more than one plasma tube. When the voltage is high, and the voltage converted by the conversion circuit is insufficient to supply the plasma tube, the voltage required for the plasma tube can be directly supplied by the power supply, or when the conversion circuit is externally When it is worn or damaged, the power supply to the plasma tube can also be directly supplied by the power supply.

Referring to FIG. 5 , a preferred embodiment of the present invention further includes a shell member 6 disposed on the memory module 1 and covering at least a portion of the plasma tube 4 and the memory module. At least part of the area, preferably, the shell member 6 covers opposite ends of the plasma tube 4 and shields the second connecting members to expose the portion of the plasma tube 4 to the outside. In the present embodiment, the case member 6 is made of a material having better heat dissipation properties, such as metal, whereby the heat energy generated when the memory module 1 and the plasma tube 4 are operated can be dissipated. Achieve better heat dissipation and avoid damage to the memory module 1 due to excessive temperature.

In summary, the present invention provides a dynamic random access memory with a compact and practical structure. Compared with the conventional techniques, the user can achieve a special illumination without setting a light-emitting diode with higher luminous power. The effect, and the fact that it is aesthetically pleasing, in addition, this creation also provides a better conductive heat dissipation method to ensure that the memory module can maintain better stable operation while providing high performance, which is a proof of progress. In accordance with the relevant provisions of the Patent Law, 提起 file a patent application in accordance with the law, and ask the 钧 核 to approve the patent as soon as possible.

1‧‧‧ memory module

22‧‧‧Transition circuit

11, 21‧‧‧ Printed circuit boards

3‧‧‧First connector

12‧‧‧ integrated circuit

4‧‧‧Plastic tube

13‧‧‧Links

5‧‧‧Second connector

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Claims (7)

  1. A dynamic random access memory, comprising: a memory module; a circuit module disposed in the memory module and electrically connected to the memory module, wherein the circuit module is provided with a conversion circuit, The conversion circuit is configured to convert DC power into AC power; a plasma tube is disposed in the circuit module and electrically connected to the circuit module, the plasma tube can selectively emit light, when the memory module and the circuit When the module is electrically turned on, the circuit module is electrically connected to the plasma tube, so that the plasma tube can emit light.
  2. The DRAM of claim 1, further comprising a first connection structure, the memory module having an electrical connection, the first connection structure having one end disposed on one side of the circuit module The circuit module is electrically connected to the memory module by the other end of the electrical connection portion of the memory module.
  3. The DRAM of claim 2, wherein the first connection structure has a plurality of first connectors, each of the first connectors having a first insertion portion and a first clamping portion, each The first connector is inserted into the circuit module by the first insertion portion, and the memory module is clamped by the first clamping portion to fix the memory module and the circuit module to each other.
  4. The dynamic random access memory according to claim 1, further comprising a second connection structure, wherein the second connection structure is provided at one end of the circuit module, and the plasma tube is disposed at the other end to make the electricity The slurry tube is electrically connected to the circuit module.
  5. The DRAM of claim 4, wherein the second connection structure has a plurality of second connectors, each of the second connectors having a second insertion portion and a second clamping portion, each The second connecting member is inserted into the circuit module by the second insertion portion, and is clamped by the second clamping portion The plasma tube fixes the circuit module and the plasma tube to each other.
  6. The dynamic random access memory of claim 1, wherein the memory module has a port for electrically connecting to a computer motherboard and transmitting data therewith.
  7. The dynamic random access memory according to any one of claims 1 to 6, further comprising a case member disposed on the memory module and covering at least a portion of the area of the plasma tube and the memory At least part of the area of the module.
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TWI582767B (en) * 2015-10-06 2017-05-11 英信科技有限公司 Dynamic random access memory
TWI587341B (en) * 2016-08-19 2017-06-11 英信科技有限公司 Luminous Keyboard
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TWI607432B (en) * 2015-11-20 2017-12-01 英信科技有限公司 Dynamic Random Access Memory
TWI632456B (en) * 2017-03-03 2018-08-11 宇瞻科技股份有限公司 Reflective heat dissipation device
TWI632455B (en) * 2017-03-03 2018-08-11 宇瞻科技股份有限公司 Heat dissipation device having adjustable reflector member
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US9795018B2 (en) 2015-01-20 2017-10-17 Alson Technology Limited Electronic device and circuit module thereof
TWI582767B (en) * 2015-10-06 2017-05-11 英信科技有限公司 Dynamic random access memory
TWI607432B (en) * 2015-11-20 2017-12-01 英信科技有限公司 Dynamic Random Access Memory
US9769893B1 (en) 2016-05-30 2017-09-19 Apacer Technology Inc. Light-emitting device and control method thereof
TWI587341B (en) * 2016-08-19 2017-06-11 英信科技有限公司 Luminous Keyboard
TWI563530B (en) * 2016-08-19 2016-12-21 Avexir Technologies Corp Luminous keyboard
TWI569132B (en) * 2016-10-28 2017-02-01 宇帷國際股份有限公司 Power supply device
TWI632456B (en) * 2017-03-03 2018-08-11 宇瞻科技股份有限公司 Reflective heat dissipation device
TWI632455B (en) * 2017-03-03 2018-08-11 宇瞻科技股份有限公司 Heat dissipation device having adjustable reflector member
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