Kingmax has announced a new cooling technology for its RAM - invisible heat sinks.
Ludicrously fast memory, but only compatible with specific Asus motherboards and Core-i7 LGA1156 CPUs.
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.
Rambus has created a prototype of a new memory controller for mobile devices which uses a fifth the power of traditional systems.
We've been looking for new ideas on memory coverage on bit-tech and last month we announced a competition asking your opinion.
Want to win some Core i7 triple channel memory? Just suggest to us how you'd like it reviewed!
G.Skill is back with its latest SSD and it's a whopper, the 256GB Titan. However, this drive isn't just big - it uses two drive controller chips rather than one to try and solve some of the issues that are common with SSDs, as well as speed things up too. Does it succeed? Read on to find out!
With promises of hugely improved read speeds without compromising on write speed, has the Solid State Drive finally come of age? We take a look at three of the best from the current crop of 2.5" SSDs and see if it's time to put that mechanical hard disk in the bin.
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.
Xtreme Resources has a guide up that aims to help DFI nForce4 users get the most out of their TCCD memory.