We've just updated MediaWiki and its underlying software. If anything doesn't look or work quite right, please mention it to us. --RanAS

Audio RAM

From SnesLab
Jump to: navigation, search
upper ARAM chip, straddling regions C4 and D4 of the jwdonal schematic

There are two ARAM chips on the SNES Motherboard, both connected to S-DSP. All accesses from the SPC700 go through the S-DSP. ARAM is a total of 65,536 bytes (or 256 pages, or one bank, or 512 kilobits) in size. ARAM is timeshared between the S-SMP and S-DSP.

See Also


  1. subparagraph 22.5.3 on Page 2-22-3 of Book I of the official Super Nintendo development manual
  2. subparagraph 1.3.3 on page 3-1-2 of Book I, lbid.