Samsung announces '10nm-class' LPDDR5
Aims at smartphones, AI.
Commissioned by AMD, naturally.
Partners with suppliers for 1GW of energy.
We test and compare memory performance, scaling from 1,333MHz to 2,133MHz, to find the sweet spot.
G.Skill's 1,600MHz kit for Core i7 CPUs runs at a tidy 8-8-8-21 and includes a smart, G.Skill design on some dark blue heatspreaders. How does it compare to the more elaborate Corsair DHX+? Read on to find out.
This time around we've got a pair of performance Patriot Viper modules and some inexpensive Elixir memory to see which DDR3 kit offers the best package, best performance and best value for money.
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.
When your name is Intel and you're already winning the performance race, why stop there? The QX9770 has faster... everything. It uses an updated 1,600MHz front side bus, four 3.2GHz cores, a total of 12MB of L2 cache and it's a 45nm monster!
OCZ has introduced the world's first memory modules to support Intel's Extreme Memory Profile (XMP) technology.