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Corsair takes the crown for fastest SODIMM memory

Back in October, G.Skill cracked the world record for fastest SODIMM with its 32GB 3800MHz Ripjaws. Now, the crown has been passed to Corsair for its 32GB Vengeance kit at a whopping 4000MHz. SO-DIMM memory often makes compromises, sacrificing speed for its smaller size so as to fit into laptops …

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G.Skill takes the title for world’s fastest SO-DIMM DDR4

G.Skill seems to be going after every ‘world’s fastest’ title it can, this time pushing the boundaries of its DDR4 Ripjaw SO-DIMM memory. Coming in at 3800MHz, its new 32GB set manages to take the title of world’s fastest small outline dual in-line memory kit built for small-form factor setups. …

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G.Skill launch AMD-Optimised Trident Z RGB memory

G.Skill pushed its Trident Z memory into the RGB world last year, shrouding a beautiful upward-pointing light strip surrounded by a metal heatsink to keep it cool. Ryzen users need not be jealous any longer, as G.Skill has released AMD compatible Trident Z RGB kits that range up to 3200MHz. …

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GeIL launches affordable Super Luce RGB RAM kits

In the wake of new, faster processors entering the market, many memory companies are revising RAM kits to focus on utilising speed. GeIL, however, is focusing on the unwavering demand for RGB, introducing its new Super Luce RGB Sync and Super Luce RGB Lite DDR4 RAM. GeIL is targeting the …

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Canadian researcher patents LI-RAM technology

A researcher at the University of Victoria, British Columbia, has developed a new technology for use with a magneto-resistive type of memory which promises to solve part of the universal memory dilemma equation. Dr. Natia Frank, an Associate Professor and Researcher at the UVic Department of Chemistry, has patented  what …

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