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Budget in price, mainstream in aspiration.
Major savings due, claims DRAMeXchange.
Double the RAM and quadruple the flash, too.
Aims at laptops, ITX Steam Machines.
Fixes TSX at the same time.
Enterprise customers get 20nm first.
We've finally got our mits on Gigabyte's enthusiast Z97 mini-ITX board
New entry point for HyperX family.
Shortens the tFAW window.
Premium memory at a premium price.
Four-by-four kit for power users.
Targets modders with black PCB material.
The Predator line gets a 2400MHz prey.
Kingston has announced its latest gamer-oriented memory, the HyperX Predator range.
G.Skill is planning to launch a modular RAM family dubbed the Trident X Series, apparently inspired by Corsair.
Micron president Mark Adams claims that the DRAM market's slump is over, meaning prices will begin to rise.
We test and compare memory performance, scaling from 1,333MHz to 2,133MHz, to find the sweet spot.
Corsair has launched a new line of highly-overclockable RAM: the Vengeance series.
OCZ has announced two new RAM series, the performance Blade 2 and low-profile XTE.
German-based memory start-up Exceleram has taken the wraps off its upcoming products.
Combined with EVGA's SR-2 motherboard, G.Skill has managed to eek out 2GHz from 49GB of memory.
We take a look at Crucial's newest DDR3 modules, which include a built in temperature sensor.
Kingmax has announced a new cooling technology for its RAM - invisible heat sinks.
COMPUTEX 2010: ASRock already has its Intel P67 board on show, but it's not due until next year!
October 14 2021 | 15:04
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