Available in 128GB, 64GB and 32GB capacities
Corsair has unveiled three new high-performance Vengeance LPX DDR4 RAM kits, that will be available in 128GB, 64GB and 32GB capacities and ranging from 3,000MHz to 3,600MHz.
For Intel X99 platform
While 64GB might sound like an overkill to some, G.Skill has now unveiled its new 128GB DDR4 Ripjaws V memory kit, designed for content creation workstation and meant to be used on an Intel X99 Express chipset platform.
Based on four 16GB modules and tight latency
G.Skill has announced its highest capacity DDR4 memory kit so far, the 64GB DDR4-3200 Trident Z which is based on four 16GB modules and Samsung chips.
Exclusive: Highest end are HBM 2.0, GDDR6, GDDR5X
AMD over-hyped the new High Bandwidth Memory standard and now the second generation HBM 2.0 is coming in 2016. However it looks like most of GPUs shipped in this year will still rely on the older GDDR5.
From 2133MHz to 2800MHz
G.Skill has announced its new Ripjaws DDR4 SO-DIMM kits that will be available in 4GB, 8GB, 16GB, 32GB and 64GB kits with frequency hitting as high as 2800MHz.
The future of graphics
High Bandwidth Memory (HBM) will define the future of graphics and it looks like Samsung will be ready to release products using the technology soon.
Running on Z170 motherboard
While DDR4 is currently the main memory when it comes to frequency overclocking records, Corsair has decided to demo a 4000MHz clocked Vengeance LPX DDR4 memory at IDF 2015 show in San Francisco.
IDF 2015: 3Dxpoint memory will be DIMM
Intel's Queen of Big Data has just announced that the first 3D Xpoint based memory will be in the DIMM modules.
New TridentZ DDR4 memory kits
G.Skill came in style to Intel Developer Forum 2015 currently held in San Francisco and demoed its two new TridentZ DDR4 memory kits, running at 4266MHz and 4133MHz.
Breaks the world record
It was just a matter of time before we see some records broken with the new Intel Skylake platform and G.Skill has announced that its Ripjaws 4 memory reached a rather impressive 4795.8MHz, which is the new frequency world record.