Does Virtual Memory = DRAM?

The way I understand it, DRAM (dynamic RAM) is memory space available on the hard drive for the processor to utilize. In short, it has the end-effect of increasing the available RAM. Is this the same as virtual memory? Sure sounds like it to me.

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Sorry, no cigar.

DRAM is RAM - actual computer memory (erased once power is shut off). It is just a type of memory.

Virtual memory is hard drive space to be used when there isn’t enough RAM (of whatever flavor) available.

You are pretty far off. DRAM basically is just plain RAM except it is a certain type of it. No hard drives involved and not related to virtual memory.

Here is an explantion of have DRAM works:

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