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TeamGroup T-Force XTREEM ARGB memory sets AIDA64 quad-channel record

This week, TeamGroup is making waves in the overclocking scene, as the company’s T-FORCE XTREEM ARGB memory modules have been pushed to world record speeds.  Working with overclocker ‘LeeGH’, TeamGroup’s XTREEM ARGB DDR4 3200MHz was able to take the quad-channel memory record on AIDA64. Utilising the ASUS ROG Rampage VI …

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Lexar to enter DRAM market

Lexar has announced its entry to the DRAM market, where the company plans to offer memory solutions for both laptops and desktops. Lexar is mainly known for its flash storage products, including SD cards and, more recently, SSDs. Now, the company says it is “excited to announce its entrance into the …

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Geil introduces new Orion DDR4 memory

Geil has just announced a new series of DDR4 memory kits aimed at gamers and content creators. The Orion DDR4 memory will be available in single and dual-channel kits, with a Rust Red or Charcoal Gray coloured heat spreader. There’s also Orion AMD Edition memory modules specifically designed to be used …

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Samsung announces new NAND flash facility

Today Samsung announced its plans to expand its NAND flash production capacity in Pyeongtaek, Korea. Samsung said that the facility is being constructed to address upcoming data centre and mobile demands. Construction of the new facility started in May of this year and, if everything goes according to plan, it …

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GELID launch DRAM heatsinks with RGB

GELID has announced a new line of memory module heatsinks with RGB lighting effects. The new Lumen RGB RAM Cooler that was unveiled by GELID earlier this week offers PC builders an easy way of adding RGB lighting to the system. The new Lumen RGB RAM Cooler from GELID is …

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Thermaltake TOUGHRAM series now offers up to 4600MHz memory

Thermaltake began showing off its new TOUGHRAM DDR4 modules at Computex last year, with enhanced RGB lighting features, a 10-layer PCB and pre-binned memory ICs to ensure performance. Over the course of 2019, speeds for these kits were pushed from 3600MHz all the way up to 4400MHz and now in …

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Thermaltake adds TOUGHRAM RGB support to its NeonMaker RGB software

NoenMaker software from Thermaltake allows users of certain Thermaltake components to create personalised PC builds with advanced RGB lighting customisation providing stunning visual displays. Currently, the NeonMaker Software supports a range of Thermaltake components such as Riing Quad, Riing Trio and Floe DX series products, with the company aiming to …

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Crucial reveals new P5 NVMe PCIe SSDs

The Crucial P5 is the company’s latest addition to its P-series M.2 NVMe SSDs. The P5 SSDs combine 3D NAND and ‘cutting-edge controller technology’ to attain read and write speeds of up to 3400MB/s and 3000 MB/s, respectively. The read and write speeds of up to 3400 respectively 3000 MB/s are …

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Kingston tops list for channel SSD shipments

Analyst research companies Forward Insights and TRENDFOCUS have released their market share data for 2019, with the former company ranking Kingston ahead of both Samsung and Western Digital in terms of channel SSD shipments. Forward Insights ranked several SSD manufacturers by marketshare, looking at worldwide channel SSD shipments. Kingston was ranked in first place, …

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Micron prepares for mass production of 128-layer 3D NAND

Micron produces a variety of memory, whether it is for mobile devices, gaming desktops or industrial grade microSD cards. Now the company is looking to step up its production of the next generation of 3D NAND memory – which includes replacement gate (RG) technology and up to 128 layers. The reports are based …

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Samsung announce 10 nm-based EUV DRAM production

Samsung has announced today that is has successfully shipped one million DRAM modules manufactured from the industry’s first 10 nm-class (D1x) DDR4 extreme ultraviolet (EUV) technology. The company claims that this will “open the door” to more industry-leading EUV process nodes for next-generation products to be used in premium PC, …

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