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G.Skill releases the world's fastest DDR4 Trident Z RGB memory kit with 4700MHz speeds

How far will DDR4 be pushed before the end of 2018?

» Memory - 5th February 2018

Patriot's Vipers Carry a Sting

Patriot Memory showed off its new Viper II DDR3 kits aimed at both Intel and AMD systems at Computex yesterday.

» Memory - 5th June 2009

G.Skill Trident DDR3-2500 4GB Review

Memory speeds are rapidly increasing in the eternal power war. Today we look at the latest offering from G.Skill.

» Memory - 3rd December 2010

Patriot Memory Partners with Entertainment Consumers Association

Under the terms of agreement, Patriot and ECA will be joining forces in future tradeshows and events. There will be some cross promotional marketing as well.

» Memory - 20th March 2008

A Pictorial History of Our GPUs

Forum user AlienALX has created a great thread in which to share your past and present GPUs with others. Get ready for a trip down memory lane, lads.

» GPU & Displays - 13th May 2013

Nvidia's next generation of Volta GPUs are expected to release in March 2018

Yields for TSMC's 12nm production node will have improved by this date and GDDR6 memory should be readily available.

» GPU & Displays - 16th August 2017

Corsair Shows Off DDR3

Corsair has a bunch of goodies at CeBIT including DDR3, heatsinks and and a line of flash memory.

» Memory - 15th March 2007

SK Hynix stocks rise 5% after signing major supply deal with Nvidia

Is this supply deal for GDDR6/HBM2 memory?

» Memory - 23rd May 2018

Samsung Invests In Fusion-io

South Korean based memory giant, Samsung have invested heavily in flash startup Fusion-io.

» Storage - 22nd October 2009

A-DATA Develop 'DNA' Authentication

Memory manufacturer A-DATA have developed a labelling method to defend against counterfeiters.

» Memory - 22nd October 2009

PowerColor announce the new PCS+ HD5550 with GDDR5

PowerColor have unveiled their new value card, factory overclocked and with 512MB of GDDR5 memory onboard

» GPU & Displays - 20th May 2010

Kingston Hyper X 2000MHz Review

Kingston have been producing memory for decades. Today we look at their latest effort, the Hyper X.

» Memory - 3rd May 2010

Patriot Inferno 60GB SSD Review

Today we take a look at a Sandforce based SSD from Memory giants Patriot. Have the early problems been ironed out?

» Storage - 10th January 2011

G,Skill Ripjaws X 2133MHz 8GB Kit Review

If you're looking for a fast, high capacity Memory kit for your LGA1155 board, G.Skill might just have what you need.

» Memory - 19th May 2011

GSkill Ripjaws IV 3000MHz DDR4 Memory

We take our first look at the new DDR4 RAM, and with a base speed of 3000MHz, we're expecting big things in the future.

» Memory - 20th August 2014

Toshiba sells Toshiba Memory Corp to Bain-led group for $18bn

This group contains Apple, Dell, SK Hynix, Seagate and Kingston.

» Storage - 21st September 2017

Apple Release New Macbooks

Apple have released new macbooks, now with faster CPU's, more memory and more harddrive space.

» Systems - 16th May 2007

OCZ Tempest CPU Cooler

OCZ have always been known for their high performance memory and PSU's, but have recently be trying their hand in the cooling market. We take a look at their latest invention..the Tempest.

» Cases & Cooling - 30th September 2006

Corsair Dominator DDR3 Memory Kits Reach 2462MHz

Corsair Labs has set the world record for the highest achieved DDR3 frequency

» Memory - 23rd May 2008

Mushkin XP2-8500 DDR2 2GB Kit

Mushkin are well known for their high performance memory modules and today we look at the fastest DD2 kit they have on offer to the enthusiast.

» Memory - 14th February 2007

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