Adata has announced the arrival of its DDR4 memory.
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The G.Skill SO-DIMM DDR3 Ripjaws performance memory will be available with a choice of two frequencies and 4 GB to 16 GB kits.
The XPG V2 3100 is the newest entrant into ADATA’s family of overclocking memory and aims to “bring ultimate performance to gamers using Intel’s 4th Generation processors.”
Apacer’s Ares series of overclocking memory aims to bring “overclocking techniques to a new level” and offer “excellent computing efficiency to audio / video workers.”
The newest additions to Mushkin’s Stealth & Redline RAM series are clocked at 2800 MHz and will be available in 4 GB, 8 GB, 16 GB and 32 GB memory kits.
Super Talent has released a USB 3.0-based RamDisk, which uses the system's free memory to achieve very high transfer rates.
ASRock has managed to reach an effective DDR3 memory speed of 4285.6 MHz on a Micro-ATX motherboard.
Micron has been working on NVDIMMs, a 'hybrid' storage solution, aiming to bridge the gap between DRAM and SSDs. The idea is that all the data in the DRAM would get written to NAND memory upon losing power.