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Overclockers UK, Caseking plan to exclusively sell 3.40GHz DDR4

Overclockers UK on Wednesday announced that it will exclusively sell Avexir Platinum DDR4 memory modules in the U.K. Caseking will exclusively sell such memory modules in mainland Europe. While initially the companies will offer rather moderate 2.40GHz DDR4 memory solutions, eventually they promise to bring modules with up to 3.40GHz …

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New photos of Core i7-5960X ‘Haswell-E’ show up on the web

While the photos of the upcoming Intel Core i7-5900-series “Haswell-E” processors are no longer considered a breakthrough news, they still pose a lot of interest, especially if they are in high-resolution and reveal the backside of the chips. The first image of an engineering sample of the Intel Core i7-5900-series …

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Intel speeds up launch of next-gen Core i7 ‘Haswell-E’ processors

Intel Corp. has decided to speed up the introduction of its next-generation Core i7 5800/5900-series “Haswell-E” microprocessors by several days or weeks and introduce the new chips already in August. This should give Intel and its partners several additional days of sales and therefore additional revenue, but it will not …

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AMD ready to build custom 64-bit ARM processors for servers

Advanced Micro Devices yet has to commercially ship its first ARMv8-based system-on-chip for servers code-named Seattle. Nonetheless, the company already says that it is ready to develop semi-custom server-class SoCs for servers based on the 64-bit ARMv8 architecture. The company already offers customized Opteron chips powered by its x86 cores. …

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Adata unleashes 2.80GHz XPG Z1 DDR4 overclocking memory

Adata, one of the world’s largest independent suppliers of memory modules, on Thursday introduced its first family of DDR4 memory solutions aimed at enthusiasts. Unfortunately, the Adata XPG Z1 DDR4 memory will not be faster than the top-of-the-range DDR3 memory modules from other makers, yet, it will still allow to …

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Adata begins to officially sell DDR4 memory modules, unveils prices

Adata, one of the world’s largest independent makers of memory modules, this week introduced its first commercial DDR4 memory modules designed for high-end desktop (HEDT) PCs based on Intel Corp.’s Core i7-5800/5900-series “Haswell-E” microprocessors. The company even revealed recommended prices of its DDR4 products for the U.K. market. At present …

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AMD begins to sell ARMv8 Opteron ‘Seattle’ kits to software developers

Advanced Micro Devices on Thursday began to sell server software development kits based on its multi-core AMD Opteron A1100-series code-named “Seattle” server microprocessors that employ the ARM Cortex-A57 cores. At present AMD is the only provider of 64-bit ARM server hardware with complete ARMv8 instruction set support to foster the …

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Details of Intel Skylake client platforms leak online

A web-site has published the first details regarding Intel 100-series chipsets that will power personal computers based on the code-named Skylake microprocessors. As expected, Intel’s next-generation core-logic sets will support SATA Express as well as some other innovations. What is interesting is that the new chipsets will also support enhanced …

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Intel delays higher-end ‘Broadwell’ chips to July – September, 2015

Intel Corp. has reconsidered the launch schedule of its next-generation microprocessors code-named “Broadwell” and further delayed not only mainstream mobile parts, but also the high-end desktop and notebook models. Based on the new plan, the company may introduce the new Core i-series microprocessors only in July, or even September, 2015. …

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Intel’s Skylake-Y processors to reduce power consumption to 4W

In the recent years Intel Corp. has been consistently reducing power consumption of its chips using different methods. The company not only developed very efficient low-power micro-architectures (such as the Silvermont), but it also managed to design special versions of its processors based on high-performance micro-architectures with extremely low power …

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Smart Modular begins to sample DDR4 memory modules

Smart Modular Technologies, a leading independent maker of specialty memory and storage solutions, said Thursday that it has begun shipments of DDR4 memory modules in sample quantities. The DDR4 memory modules are designed for servers, micro-servers, workstations, storage and networking applications. Currently, Smart Modular’s lineup of available DDR4-2133 1.2V modules …

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Japanese stores begin to sell DDR4 memory modules

Although the first systems that will need DDR4 memory modules will emerge on the market in several months, at least one store in Japan has already began to offer DDR4 memory sticks. Unfortunately, the price of the memory modules is very high even by Japanese standards. Akiba PC Hotline reports …

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Specifications of Intel Core i7 ‘Haswell-E’ processors unveiled

Specifications of Intel Corp.’s next-generation high-end desktop (HEDT) microprocessors have been published by Coolaler, a well-known overclocker. As expected, Intel’s new top-of-the-range processor will feature eight-cores, whereas the remaining expensive chips will sport six cores. Intel Core i7 “Haswell-E” family of central processing units consists of three chips: the Core …

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Intel to release first Skylake microprocessors in Q2 2015

While Intel Corp. has officially promised to release its next-generation Skylake microprocessors in the second half of next year, a new market rumour suggests that the company may unveil its first central processing units based on the Skylake micro-architecture already in the second quarter of 2015. A new version of …

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Intel Skylake PC platform: quad-core CPUs, new graphics, new chipsets

As previously reported, despite of the delay of the code-named Broadwell lineup of central processing units, Intel Corp.’s code-named Skylake chips are on-track to be introduced in 2015. Since preparations for introduction of the new platform are already underway in south-east Asia, the first leaks about the Skylake and systems …

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Intel to start making ‘Skylake’ microprocessors next year

Intel Corp. said this week that despite the delay that occurred to mass production of the code-named Broadwell microprocessor, the company is on-track to start manufacturing of chips based on the all-new next-generation micro-architecture known as Skylake in 2015. “We have a lot going on, the ramp of Broadwell, the …

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Samsung ramps up volume production of DDR4 memory

Samsung Electronics said Tuesday that it had begun mass production of DDR4 memory modules and chips in anticipation of Intel’s launch of next-generation high-end desktop and server platforms that rely on the new-gen memory technology. Samsung’s DDR4 memory modules are based on the company’s 4Gb DDR4 chips produced using 20nm …

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SK Hynix reveals 128GB DDR4 memory module [UPDATED]

UPDATE: The initial news-story contained an image of an SK Hynix memory module which did not feature 128GB capacity. As SK Hynix has released the correct images of its new memory modules, we can now publish the photos of 128GB DDR4 memory sticks. SK Hynix on Monday unveiled the industry’s …

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Crucial to offer 3GHz DDR4 memory modules later this year

Sometimes in the third quarter of this year Intel Corp. plans to release its next-generation high-end desktop (HEDT) platform code-named “Lituya Bay” based on the code-named “Haswell-E” central processing units that will rely on DDR4 memory to maximize bandwidth. For those, who will want to get some extra performance out …

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G.Skill shows of DDR4 modules and live demos 32GB DDR3

Memory manufacturer G.Skill has shown off its DDR4 modules for the first time at the Intel Developer Forum, alongside a real-life demo of its latest DDR3 kits too, made up of eight separate 4GB modules. While DDR4 has been talked about as the next-step in memory production for quite some …

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Intel braces for DDR4 impact after Hynix explosions

Whether it was the minimal increase in performance for the Haswell processors or the terrible reception that Microsoft got for shipping Windows without the Start button – the PC market has not been kind to Intel recently. The chip giant’s situation could get even worse. KitGuru considers the consequences. Executives at …

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Far East memory shipments on hold after Hynix explosions

Following the huge chemical explosions that took out 15% of the world’s memory production a short while ago, KitGuru has now been in contact with several major memory companies and we have been told “Everything is on hold”. As KitGuru reported earlier today, Hynix fabrication plants 1 and 2 (FABs) …

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Samsung announce first DDR4 module – 2.133Gbit at 1.2 volts

Samsung have just announced the completed development of the first DDR4 dynamic ram module, which offers twice the performance of today’s DDR3 DRAM and manages to lower power consumption by 40% when used in a notebook environment. Samsung said today that the development was completed last month, using 30 nm …

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