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Micron begins sampling GDDR5X memory chips

Micron has started sampling GDDR5X memory chips to customers, offering chips of 1GB and 2GB storage densities which allow GPUs to be built with 8GB or 16GB or VRAM with just a 256-bit memory bus.

» GPU & Displays - 24th March 2016

Toshiba are now shipping samples of their 64-layer, 512Gb 3D NAND

Toshiba has announced that they are now shipping samples of their 64-layer, 512Gb 3D TLC NAND, offering up to 64GB of storage capacity per die.

» Storage - 22nd February 2017

Apricorn Releases Aegis Padlock Pro Encrypted Drives

Storage devices’ manufacturer Apricorn today announced the expansion of its Apricorn suite of hardware encrypted portable drives with the new Aegis Padlock Pro.

» Storage - 29th March 2010

OCZ SSD 64GB 'Core series' Solid State Disk

Can OCZ's latest SSD incarnation tempt you away from conventional drives? We put the Solid State Drive through it's paces in our latest storage review.

» Storage - 5th August 2008

Apple's Macbook Pro will use a proprietary SSD

Apple's Macbook Pro will use a proprietary SSD, preventing Mac users from upgrading their storage solution themselves.

» GPU & Displays - 31st October 2016

Super Talent Unveils Project X DDR3 Kits

Super Talent Technology, a leading manufacturer of DRAM memory modules and flash storage solutions, today announced immediate availability of the world's most advanced DDR3 memory kits, dubbed Project X.

» Memory - 12th September 2007

Super Talent Unveils Novel Sliding Lid Pico-E USB Drive

Super Talent Technology, has launched the new Pico-E USB drive, a sleek and small mobile storage device with a unique new sliding lid.

» Storage - 25th November 2008

Toshiba predicts 128TB SSD by 2018

Toshiba predicts that SSD size will double every year until 2018, meaning that 128TB SSD should be on the market by 2018. Now that is what I call storage!

» Storage - 25th August 2015

Samsung to release 4TB SSDs in Early 2016

It looks like Samsung are going to release 4TB 2.5" and 1TB M.2 SSDs in early 2016. The Storage war has begun!!!

» Storage - 23rd September 2015

Blizzard announce system requirements for World of Warcraft Legion

Blizzard have announced the system requirements for World of Warcraft Legion, increasing the CPU, GPU and storage requirements over the last expansion.

» GPU & Displays - 18th February 2016

ADATA announced their Ultimate SU800 series of 3DNAND SSDs

ADATA announced their Ultimate SU800 series of 3DNAND SSDs, offering higher storage density, increased performance and lower power consumption than SSDs using traditional NAND.

» Storage - 25th August 2016

Fallout 4's High Resolution texture pack has been released

Fallout 4's high-resolution texture pack has been released for PC, significantly increasing the game's storage requirements and offering a significant visual overhaul.

» Software - 6th February 2017

Kingston creates the world's first 2TB USB flash drive

Kingston has created the world's first 2TB USB flash drive, which comes with a 5-year warranty and USB 3.1 Gen 1 storage speeds.

» Storage - 4th January 2017

Seagate release 8TB Hard Drives for NAS Applications

Seagate has just release 8TB Hard Drives for NAS Applications, bringing ever larger storage density to the masses.

» Storage - 13th January 2016

Call of Duty black Ops 3 will be 60GB on PC

Call of Duty black Ops 3 will take up 60GB of storage space on PC.

» GPU & Displays - 2nd November 2015

AMD's AM4 motherboards are rumoured to launch in October

AMD's AM4 motherboards are rumoured to launch in October, with DDR4 memory support, PCIe Gen 3 and NVMe storage support.

» GPU & Displays - 30th August 2016

MSI First to Support NVMe SSDs on all X99/Z97/H97 Motherboards

MSI are the first to support NVMe Storage on all their X99/Z97/H97 Motherboards.

» Storage - 27th January 2015
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