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G.Skill updates top-end memory kits for Kaby Lake

G.Skill has increased the speed of its top-end memory kits to offer 4GHz+ performance right out of the box. The new modules come in 16GB and 32GB kits and can offer high-speed performance with tight timings and even more room for overclocking. The 16GB kit comes in two, 8GB modules …

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Toshiba doubles down on 3D memory investment with new fab

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Toshiba is set to build a brand new fabrication plant in Yokkaichi Operations in Mie, Japan, dedicated to the production of 3D Flash memory. With construction set to begin in early 2017, the fab. will sit alongside a new Memory research and development centre that will also be constructed over …

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G.Skill launches Trident Z 3866MHz 32GB RAM

If you are after a blazing fast DDR4 kit of RAM, then look no further as G.Skill has you covered with the latest addition to its Trident Z line. The new Trident Z DDR4 Memory kit delivers 32GB of RAM at speeds of 3866MHz, making it one of the highest …

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HBM3 to double bandwidth and pave way for 64GB GPUs

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We might still be waiting to see widespread use of HBM 2 in graphics cards but that isn’t slowing down news on the future of High Bandwidth Memory as this week, reports began popping up going over HBM3 and the improvements it should bring, including improved density, efficiency and more. …

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Micron GDDR5X memory has begun mass production

Micron has announced that it has begun the mass production of its faster and more power efficient GDDR5X video memory chips, which will feature on upcoming graphics cards this year, including the recently announced GTX 1080 from Nvidia. This follows on from reports at the end of March, showing the …

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Samsung begins mass production of 10nm-class DRAM

Samsung has become the first company to begin mass producing 10nm-class DRAM, using a new process known as argon fluoride immersion lithography, which takes over from the previous extreme ultraviolet process. Samsung will be releasing 8GB DDR4 RAM using these new chips, which offer improved data rates and power efficiency …

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Samsung is building 256GB memory chips for smartphones

Over the last year or two smartphone makers have finally started moving away from 16GB storage options, with many newer flagship Android devices offering 32GB as the base option as apps grow in size and users start demanding more space for their media. It looks like smartphone memory sizes could …

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Samsung begins mass production of HBM2 DRAM

Samsung has announced this week that it has begun the mass production of its 4GB DRAM based on the HBM2 interface. These chips will be used in upcoming high-performance computing, advanced graphics and networking products and is said to be seven times faster than the current DRAM performance limit. In …

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Corsair launches its fastest ever DDR4 RAM kits

Corsair’s RAM kits have become quite popular over the years and have earned a solid reputation. However, things are about to get kicked up a notch as Corsair has revealed its new Vengeance 32GB, 64GB and 128GB DDR4 memory kits, which also happen to be its fastest ever. Corsair’s new …

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G.Skill shows off giant 128GB DDR4 memory kit

Looking at any survey of gamers and enthusiasts shows that the most common memory configuration is 8GB. Some of you have 16GB of course and the big system buyers or heavy CG renderers may need 32GB or a little more, but we’re pretty sure almost none of you have a …

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Need more memory? G.Skill has a new 64GB DDR4 kit ready to go

Most PCs, laptops and tablets use just a few gigabytes of memory and even the average gaming PC sports just eight gigabytes according to the Steam hardware survey. But there are people out there that want more than that: the uber-high-end enthusiasts, renderers and heavy photo editors. It’s for them …

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Micron comments on recent GDDR6 reports

Earlier this week, reports began circulating surrounding the existence of GDDR6 memory for future graphics cards. The news originated from news site, Fudzilla, which claimed to be in contact with sources familiar with the matter but it seems that right now, Micron is looking to squash any talk about GDDR6 …

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Micron reportedly developing GDDR6 memory

While HBM still seems set to be the next big thing when it comes to VRAM on high-end graphics cards, we may have another contender in 2016 as reports are claiming that Micron is currently developing GDDR6 memory. This isn’t the first time we have heard about a new version …

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Samsung now mass producing 128GB DDR4 modules

If the Steam Hardware Survey is anything to go by, most of you are running between four and eight gigabytes of RAM in your system. That’s enough for most games, though some video editing and Photoshop pros may like a few more Gigabytes tacked on there too. Samsung clearly wants us all …

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G.Skill launches Ripjaws DDR4 SO-DIMM kits

G.Skill has revealed its new line up of Ripjaws DDR4 SO-DIMM RAM kits, which will bring as much as 64GB of memory to supported notebooks along with speeds as high as 2800MHz. These components are hand picked from G.Skill’s own selective binning process in order to ensure that every SO-DIMM kit …

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KLEVV Cras 3200MHz 16GB DDR4 Review

You may not have heard of KLEVV – the newest player on the consumer memory scene. KLEVV’s parent company, Essencore, falls under the same SK Group umbrella corporation as semiconductor giant SK Hynix. Thus KLEVV is practically a consumer memory arm for SK Hynix’s DRAM production capabilities. The setup is …

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Crucial CT4K8G4DFD8213 2133MHz 32GB DDR4 Review

The increasingly widespread application of DDR4 on mainstream platforms has helped to drive the memory technology’s production rates upwards with pricing travelling in the opposite direction. A 32GB quad-channel kit of no-nonsense DDR4 memory can now be considered affordable by a greater audience who may have advanced workloads that consume …

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Micron to start sales of SSDs based on TLC NAND this quarter

Micron Technology plans to finally start shipments of consumer solid-state drives based on triple-level cell (TLC) NAND flash in the ongoing quarter, the company revealed this week. SSDs featuring TLC NAND memory will be generally more affordable than non-volatile storage solutions powered by multi-level cell (MLC) flash. “We will begin shipping …

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Prices of DDR3 and DDR4 continue to drop, set to decline further

Contract prices of dynamic random access memory (DRAM) modules dropped in August and September, despite peak season and anticipated stock-up demand on China, according to DRAMeXchange. Analysts believe that the launch of Microsoft Windows 10 this summer did not catalyse rise of demand, whereas the free Windows 10 upgrade program …

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