Up to 64GB and up to 3600MHz
HyperX, a well-known gaming division of Kingston Technology, has added new SKUs to its line of FURY DDR4 RGB lineup, coming in 16GB module or up to 64GB kits, as well as reaching frequencies of up to 3600MHz and latencies as tight as CL15.
Ready for Ryzen 5000 series
G.Skill has unveiled its new DDR4 memory specifications under the Trident Z Neo series, which will be optimized for Ryzen 5000 series CPUs and available in high-frequency, low-latency, or high-capacity kits, reaching DDR4-4000 frequency, CL14 latency, or 64GB capacity.
But can they run Crysis 3?
Biologists studying bacteria collectives, or “biofilms,” have discovered that these simple organisms feature a robust capacity for memory which opens the way for a computing use.
Eight 32GB modules running at 3,600MHz
In order to give some love to AMD's latest Ryzen Treadripper flagship, G.Skill has announced its new 256GB Trident-Z Neo memory kit, with eight modules running at 3,600MHz and some tight latencies.
Coming in SO-DIMM and U-DIMM options
ADATA has unveiled its newest XPG Hunter line of DDR4 memory modules aimed at enthusiasts and gamers, which will be available in both U-DIMM and SO-DIMM variants.
Forget about AMD for a moment
Chipzilla boffins have published a paper suggesting a new kind of CPU memory to block side-channel attacks like Meltdown and Spectre.
Less than 4GB and you are doomed
Desktop Linux is particularly brutal when it comes to running on low RAM systems.
Profits slashed by half
Samsung posted a 56 percent plunge in June-quarter profit as an oversupply of memory chips continued to weigh down prices.
Because industry’s internal augers muffed their oracles
DRAM average sales price set to fall 42.1 percent after the key prediction people in the chip making business stuffed up their predictions.
Quantum crossing of DRAM with Flash?
Lancaster University has announced a "universal computer memory" breakthrough combining the fast, low-energy storage of DRAM memory with the robustness of flash memory.