AMD's AGESA 126.96.36.199 adds Ryzen RAM tweaks, PCI-E virtualisation
Exposes 26 more DRAM settings.
Exposes 26 more DRAM settings.
Available in SSD or pseudo-DRAM.
Chrome or black finishes.
Aims at laptops, ITX Steam Machines.
Replaces storage and RAM.
Admits, however, to VRAM segmentation.
Could a PS4 Slim be on the horizon?
New entry point for HyperX family.
Premium memory at a premium price.
3D RAM to hit shop shelves soon.
Saves its one-time rival from financial ruin.
Four-by-four kit for power users.
Targets modders with black PCB material.
Not sharing the details quite yet, though.
NAND flash backup powered by supercapacitors.
The Predator line gets a 2400MHz prey.
Kingston has announced its latest gamer-oriented memory, the HyperX Predator range.
Researchers at UCL have created the first material which allows ReRAM modules to work at ambient temperatures.
Microsoft has joined the Hybrid Memory Cube Consortium, supporting the new HMC RAM technology.
G.Skill is planning to launch a modular RAM family dubbed the Trident X Series, apparently inspired by Corsair.
Micron president Mark Adams claims that the DRAM market's slump is over, meaning prices will begin to rise.
OCZ has announced its imminent departure from the DRAM market, and will instead concentrate on SSDs.
Corsair has launched a new line of highly-overclockable RAM: the Vengeance series.
German-based memory start-up Exceleram has taken the wraps off its upcoming products.
HP has teamed up with Hynix to bring its "memristor" technology to market.
Memory specialist Elpida has announced the world's smallest LPDDR2 memory chip.
Kingmax has announced a new cooling technology for its RAM - invisible heat sinks.
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.
Korean mobile provider SK Telecom has unveiled its latest creation - a SIM card which contains CPU, RAM, 1GB of flash storage, and a copy of Google's Android.
Memory manufacturer Kingston has released a couple of sneak previews of a new liquid-cooled range of RAM, expected to launch at CES next month.
Rambus has created a prototype of a new memory controller for mobile devices which uses a fifth the power of traditional systems.
ViewSonic brings its VPC100 all-in-one PC to the UK, and also reveals that it has plans to introduce kits that will turn any old monitor into a basic nettop PC.
Texas Memory Systems has announced the commercial availability of its 20TB SAN systems based on Flash SSD technology, capable of 1m random IO transactions per second.
We take a look at not only OCZ's latest super-fast super-cool 4GB kit of Flex II, but also the watercooling kit designed for it from Aqua PCs. How does it fare under air and water? Does 1,150MHz make that much difference? We found out.
Memory manufacturer Corsair has beaten all rivals to claim the biggest overclock for a DDR3 module yet, using its Dominator DDR3 RAM to achieve a frequency of 2462MHz.
A San Francisco jury has ruled that Rambus did not engage in anti-competitive behaviour when it was a part of JEDEC in the mid-90s.
CeBIT 2008: Gigabyte has some cases that are really stylish, but balance is restored in the universe because it also has a silly cooler.
KDE 4 will use far less memory and will run its "Aero" equivalent on older hardware than you'd expect. Another excuse to switch to away from Microsoft?
Windows Vista has been labelled a resource hog by many and some think this is completely justified because Vista doesn't change the way we interact with our computers. Brett Thomas thinks that it's unjustified and looks back to when PCs weren't as powerful as they are today.