G.Skill is planning to launch a modular RAM family dubbed the Trident X Series, apparently inspired by Corsair.
We test and compare memory performance, scaling from 1,333MHz to 2,133MHz, to find the sweet spot.
Corsair has launched a new line of highly-overclockable RAM: the Vengeance series.
Market watcher DRAMeXchange is expecting prices to drop massively by the end of the year.
OCZ has announced two new RAM series, the performance Blade 2 and low-profile XTE.
German-based memory start-up Exceleram has taken the wraps off its upcoming products.
We take a look at the few scarce details just emerged of what DDR4 might come to offer.
Combined with EVGA's SR-2 motherboard, G.Skill has managed to eek out 2GHz from 49GB of memory.
In an extension of our recent investigation into energy efficiency, Kingston dropped in some of its latest LoVo DDR3 memory that can run at just 1.2-1.25V. How much power does it save and is it a significant difference? We check to find out.
What bodes better for Intel's new dual channel CPU: high clock, low latency or both? We run the numbers for both so you know what memory kit to pair with your new Lynnfield system.
We took a trip to Kingston in California to get the low down on the company: what it does, why it does it, how it accommodates performance enthusiasts like you and me.
Oops! Kingston leaks that a recent demo at IDF ran the Clarksdale CPU with DDR3 at just 1.35V to achieve its low wattage.
CeBIT 09: We check out G.Skill's new heatsinks (memory) cooling goodies and is it making a watch?
For those of your wanting to jump onto the DDR3 bandwagon and ensure they have enough memory for gaming, in this first part we take a look a three reasonably priced 4GB DDR3 kits ranging from 1,600MHz to 1,800MHz and see what's hot, what's fast and if it's good value.