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Mushkin has made some 'Essentials' DDR4 memory that might be more affordable than what we've been seeing.
Often, the 32-bit WIndows 7 users cannot use the excess memory if they have installed 4GB or more Ram in the PC....
Team Group also introduces its DDR4 memory.
Panram also introduces DDR4 memory modules.
Avexir is promising 3400 MHz DDR4 memory.
OCUK listed a lot of DDR4 memory that we haven't seen before.
Corsair reveals its Vengeance LPX and Dominator Platinum DDR4 memory modules.
Adata's DDR4 memory modules are coming to shelves soon.
Adata has released some new memory, and it is very, very speedy.
Your wallet (probably) won't be furious at you for buying this memory.
The most advanced DDR3 memory yet.
When it comes to memory, most of our focus is on the desktop and its replaceable CPUs. The mobile side typically moves slower. But Intel's Haswell architecture imposes interesting changes, and we saw fit to...
Crucial has revealed new RAM memory for Apple's all-new Mac Pro systems.
Team Group's Xtreem White-series memory modules have white heatsinks.
Kingston has unleashed its speedy 2800 MHz HyperX Predator memory kit.
G.Skill has introduced some new memory for mobile systems, and it is speedy!
Kingston, one of the biggest manufacturers of RAM and flash storage will be holding two contests in the run up to CES 2014 – one eSports and the other for overclocking enthusiasts.
Earlier this week, the Tom's Hardware community had an opportunity to ask representatives of G.Skill anything they wanted about the company and its products. What follows is a collection of the questions and...
G.SKILL has broken another record.
Ever wanted to ask one of the big hardware or software giants something directly? Why’d they do that? Where’d the idea come from for that last product? What’s in store next? Well, now you have the chance!