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Nvidia's GTX 1070 Ti is expected to use 9Gbps memory

This is the same memory that is used in some new GTX 1060 6GB GPUs

» GPU & Displays - 30th September 2017

Intel Nehalem H2 2008

News is the rumoured 'AMD killer' being rushed forward to the 2nd half of 2008.

» CPU & Mainboard - 16th July 2007

Futuremark announce PCMark 7

Very early news here, Futuremark have announced the latest version of their popular benchmarking suite.

» Software - 21st March 2011

Corsair released the world's fastest DDR4 SODIMM memory kit

32GB of quad-channel 4,000MHz DDR4 memory.

» Memory - 13th December 2017

Nvidia limited the RTX 2080 Super's memory performance

The GPU's 15.5Gbps memory speeds are an artificial limitation.

» GPU & Displays - 23rd July 2019

Micron/Intel ends their partnership on 3D XPOINT/Optane memory

Second Generation 3D XPoint memory is coming!

» Storage - 17th July 2018

ADATA's XPG SPECTRIX D41 RGB DDR4 memory has hit 5GHz under air cooling

How long will it be before 5GHz memory becomes common?

» Memory - 12th April 2018

Fortnite's patch v.2.5.0 optimises the game for low-end systems

Great news for low-budget gamers

» Software - 15th February 2018

Forza Horizon 4 will have a 60FPS mode on Xbox One X - Great news for PC gamers

Does anyone else remember Horizon 3's CPU limits on PC?

» Software - 17th June 2018

Crucial Ballistix Tactical and Elite DDR4 Memory

Let's have a look at Crucial's new Ballistix Tactical and Elite DDR4 memory, both of which offer fast memory speeds, low latencies and some rugged new cooler designs.

» Memory - 6th July 2016

MSI and G.Skill achieve world record memory speeds of 5.5GHz

The Taiwanese overclocker, Toppc, has achieved world record breaking DDR4 memory speeds of 5.5GHz using G.Skill memory and an MSI motherboard.

» CPU & Mainboard - 7th June 2017

Lexar Media Unveils Crucial Ballistix Tracer DDR3 Memory

Introducing the World's First DDR3 Memory Modules Featuring Activity-indicating LEDs

» Memory - 8th October 2008

Kingston Releases New Ultra-Fast Memory

Kingston unveils their new HyperX PC9600 DDR2 Memory, with a speed of 1.2Ghz (1200Mhz). Look inside for the official press release and more information...

» Memory - 10th January 2007

Boffins Invent Nano-scale Ultra-density Memory

US researchers have created what is potentially the world's highest-density memory, which also boasts of a billion year lifespan.

» Memory - 9th June 2009

Corsair Makes Memory Even Cooler

Corsair explores another form of cooling for memory

» Memory - 5th November 2008

Mushkin reveals their new Silverline DDR4 memory designs

Silverline memory will be available in March.

» Memory - 11th January 2018

OCZ Trifecta Secure Digital Memory

Today I take a look at the multi-function Trifecta SD card. With their expertise involved in making memory products, let's see what new features they've packed into this tiny slice of technology.

» Storage - 7th October 2007

GeIL Announces Super Luce DDR4 Enthusiast Memory Series

GeIL announced its new Super Luce Enthusiast DDR4 memory series, equipped with LED which react to the temperature of your memory.

» Memory - 26th April 2015

Overclock3D's Weekly Review Roundup - 03/08/08

A serious amount of good news all in one handy article. Have a look - This week we include a video of OCZ's new laptop plan.

» Misc Hardware - 3rd August 2008

G.Skill announces their RGB illuminated Trident Z DDR4 memory kits

G.Skill announces their RGB illuminated Trident Z DDR4 memory kits, which requires no external power or wiring to control your memory's lighting/colour.

» Memory - 20th December 2016

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