MSI has revealing the P45 chipset will support Intel's XMP memory technology and more detailed BIOS notes!
So you want a 4GB DDR2 kit, but you also want some extreme speeds? OCZ has the answer.
DDR3 modules supporting both EPP 2.0 and XMP are technically possible, but it may not happen because it's a branding nightmare.
Intel has announced new research leading to a doubling in the capacity of phase change memory, a technology many think will replace both flash and DRAM technologies.
If 2007 was the year when DDR2 prices hit rock bottom, 2008 looks like it will be the year when DDR3 becomes affordable.
Gigabyte has exclusively shown bit-tech roadmaps of its upcoming products - the most notable of which is its new Dynamic Energy Saver software which will be rolled out in Jan.
Usually it's Corsair or OCZ hitting new heights in memory speeds, but for once it seems that A-Data is getting in on the blazing fast DDR3 action with some Vitesta DDR3-2000X.
Ryan Leng and bit-tech investigate memory technology to give you a detailed, but easy to digest read, into one of the most fundamental parts of a PC.
Corsair and Super Talent provide us with some super fast DDR3 running at a blistering 1,800MHz and 1,866MHz respectively. What can the ultimate memory give to your system? We find out.
DDR3 is the new memory that you will need to take full advantage of upcoming chipsets featuring technologies like XMP and EPP. We grab some modules from Kingston and OCZ to see which is better if you feel the need to upgrade.
Was it respun into 45nm? or was it just to rejig the internals to make it faster? As to why Intel's X38 is late - we've got some more educated answers.
Intel's enthusiast-orientated X38 chipset arrives later this month - we have a first look at Gigabyte's top of the range DDR3-based GA-X38T-DQ6 motherboard to see how things are progressing.
Get your wallets ready as details and pictures of Gigabyte's Intel X38 and AMD RD790 DQ6 boards arise.
Straight out of the gates of Rome, Asus is due to extend its enthusiast favoured Republic of Gamers motherboards with the Asus Maximus.
The MSI X38 Diamond is arriving next month will have tons of features in its flagship product, including a revised liquid Circu-Pipe heatpipe arrangement.
Intel is to launch two new technologies with X38: Extreme Memory and Extreme Tuning Utility. Good news: P35s might get it. Bad news: DDR3 only.