Here are the best performing RAM kits we’ve tested: computer memory that’s ideal for gaming, video editing and graphics-heavy applications.
UK researchers from the Lancaster University invented a form of "universal memory" that promises 100 times lower power consumption than RAM with non-volatile storage.
UK III-V Memory is a type of non-volatile flash memory that is as fast as DRAM but uses just 1% of the energy of modern-day NAND or DRAM.
DRAMeXchange predicted that DRAM price increases in Q1 2020 will be due to the normal cyclical behavior of the market.
ASRock released a new firmware (Version 1.4) for its X299 Taichi CLX motherboard that brings support for RDIMMs. Standard DIMMs currently max out at 32GB per stick. However, there are two caveats.
Overclocker Nick Shih filled ASRock's X299 Taichi CLX workstation-grade motherboard with 1TB of memory when the motherboard only officially supports up to 256GB.
We’ve now tested several DDR4-2666 kits aimed at those with memory clock-limited B360 / H370 boards. Can Mushkin’s competing kits overcome competitors?
Can Teamgroup’s new T-Force Dark-Z undercut its speedy DDR4-3600 competitors while still delivering the speed we crave?
Even users with high demands can appreciate value. We take G.Skill’s lower-cost 32GB DDR4-2666 kit for a spin.
The HyperX Predator DDR4-2666 CAS 13 kit provides good performance in this 2x 16GB variant, but at a price premium that might have had us starting off with a Z-series board instead.
Samsung faced a manufacturing issue in a 200mm DRAM fab a few weeks ago caused by contaminated equipment with millions of dollars of damage, but says the problems are solved.
Ballistix Gaming offers the greatest number of compatibility modes and a low price, but does it offer enough performance to make it a solid value?
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