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Intel is killing off its Optane memory business

During Intel's Q2 earnings call, Pat Gelsinger, the company's CEO, announced plans to shut down the Optane memory business. According to Gelsinger, part of the reason is an industry-shift to other technologies, which have become more popular than Optane. . According to Tom's Hardware, Intel will have to pay $559 million …

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Corsair launches Vengeance RGB DDR5 memory

Corsair is expanding its memory line-up with new Vengeance RGB DDR5 modules. The memory modules will be available in black or white, with a light bar on top of the heat spreader with ten individually addressable RGB LEDs underneath.  Initially, the black and white Vengeance DDR5 memory kits will be …

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Thermaltake revamps TOUGHRAM DDR5 memory line-up

Back in January, Thermaltake unveiled its first set of TOUGHRAM DDR5 memory. In the months since, the team has been working away on new and improved modules ahead of next-gen CPUs like Intel's Raptor Lake chips and AMD's Ryzen 7000 series. Today, Thermaltake is launching the new TOUGHRAM RC DDR5, …

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AMD has an alternative to XMP 3.0 for high-speed DDR5 memory

In the weeks leading up to and during Computex, there have been many briefings, keynotes and presentations. In one presentation, MSI appears to have confirmed AMD EXPO, a new feature coming to the AM5 platform to offer improved memory speeds and compete with Intel's XMP 3.0.  The MSI presentation slide, …

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New DDR5 memory overclock record sets the bar at 10,022MHz

Lately, professional overclockers have started to push beyond the 10K MHz mark on DDR5 memory. After MSI's team set the first +10,000MHz record, Gigabyte quickly followed, setting a new DDR5 memory speed record at 10,022MHz. According to HWBot, the new record was achieved by Gigabyte's professional overclocker, “HiCookie”. The overclocker …

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