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Mark Campbell | 21st August 2016
The DDR5 memory specification should be finalized by the end of this year and reach computers by 2020.
Mark Campbell | 19th August 2016
Rumour has it that DRAM prices are set to increase due to a Korean manufacturer being forced to scrap over 30,000 silicon wafers.
Mark Campbell | 10th August 2016
Micron's XPoint/QuantX memory is set to come in at 4-5x the price of NAND, with 10x lower latency and performance and over 10x the IOPS at low queue depths.
Mark Campbell | 30th May 2016
Corsair has already made several announcements at Computex 2016.
Mark Campbell | 30th May 2016
Galax/KFA2 has revealed their new Gamer series and Hall of Fame series of DDR4 memory, offering speeds of up to 4000MHz on the HOF series and 3000MHz on the Gamer series.
Mark Campbell | 28th May 2016
GeIL Announce their new EVO Forza Line of Memory, with module capacities of to 16GB and speeds of up to 3866MHz.
Mark Campbell | 26th May 2016
Team Group has just announced their new T-Force Series of Memory and SSDs, with the DDR4 memory running at speeds of 4266MHz.
Mark Campbell | 24th May 2016
Corsair has announced their new Dominator Platinum ROG Edition Memory, which can run at speeds of 3200MHz and boost to 3333MHz when used with ASUS ROG motherboards.
Mark Campbell | 18th May 2016
G.Skill has announced their new Trident Z 4266MHz DDR4 memory kits, offering some amazing memory speeds right out of the box.
Mark Campbell | 8th May 2016
Corsair Release White Vengeance LPX Memory, with speeds of up to 3200MHz and capacities of up to 16GB per DIMM.
Mark Campbell | 6th May 2016
G.SKILL have just introduced 5 New Colour Schemes for their Trident Z series of DDR4 memory.
Mark Campbell | 11th April 2016
G.Skill have announced a new Low Latency kit of DDR4 memory that runs at 3600MHz at CL15 timings.
Mark Campbell | 6th February 2016
Apacer have revealed their new Blade Fire DDR4 memory, featuring Rad LED illumination, speeds of 3200MHz and capacities of up to 32GB.
Mark Campbell | 19th January 2016
Samsung Mass Producing 4GB HBM2 memory stacks, with plans to mass produce 8GB HBM2 memory stacks later this year.
Mark Campbell | 18th January 2016
Corsair have just released their new release 128GB, 64GB and 32GB DDR4 LPX memory kits, which have speeds of up to 3600MHz.
Mark Campbell | 23rd December 2015
G.SKILL now sell consumer RAM kits with up to 64GB of storage capacity at speeds of 3200MHz. That is 16GB per DIMM.
Mark Campbell | 26th November 2015
Samsung has started Mass-producing their first 128GB DDR4 RDIMM for Server applications.
Mark Campbell | 2nd November 2015
AVEXIR ROG IMPACT & TESLA Series ROG Certified DDR4 memory is now available in the UK.
Mark Campbell | 29th October 2015
Intel shows off 3D XPoint Memory in an SSD-DIMM Form Factor, are NVMe SSD already obsolete?
Mark Campbell | 5th October 2015
Patriot has announces their new Viper 4 3600MHz Dual-Channel DDR4 memory kit.
Mark Campbell | 24th September 2015
Super Talent Technology has announced their very low profile single rank DDR4 4GB ECC 2133 Mhz UDIMM modules.
Mark Campbell | 15th September 2015
Kingston has announced their HyperX Savage DDR4 Memory, which offers speed of up to 3000MHz at affordable prices.
Mark Campbell | 9th September 2015
Samsung Begins Mass Producing 12-Gigabit LPDDR4 DRAM Modules, allowing up to 6GB mobile DDR4 packages.
Mark Campbell | 1st September 2015
HyperX has today announced the addition of HyperX FURY DDR3L high-performance, low-voltage DIMMs, as well as brand-new HyperX Impact DDR4 SO-DIMMs.
Mark Campbell | 19th August 2015
G.SKILL is demoing DDR4 memory kits which are running at 4266MHz and DDR4 4133MHz Memory Kits.
Mark Campbell | 3rd August 2015
Crucial to Showcase New Ballistix Sport LT DDR4 White Modules at Gamescom.
Mark Campbell | 29th July 2015
G.Skill has released their Trident Z and Ripjaws V Series DDR4 Memory, which offer speeds of up to 4000MHz.
Mark Campbell | 16th June 2015
KLEVV DDR RAM "Gaming Modules" have Launched in Europe. What do you think of their current range of products?