ChangXin Memory is the only Chinese DRAM maker to complete its production facility. Its competitor, Tsinghua, is years away from production.
Looking to boost the RAM in your laptop? Newegg has 8GB of Crucial DDR3L-1600 laptop memory for $34.99.
Tom's Hardware held a 24 Hour AMA session with Intel's Optane team. Here's a recap in case you missed it.
The U.S. Department of Commerce announced yesterday that U.S. companies will no longer be allowed to export goods to a DRAM maker called Fujian Jinhua Integrated Circuit Company.
According to new research from DRAMeXchange, a division of TrendForce, DRAM prices are expected to drop by almost 20 percent in Q1 2019.
SK Hynix is the first company to develop a DDR5 DRAM module that's fully compliant with the recently finalized DDR5 specification.
An HWBOT user going by Hocayu used a G.Skill memory kit to reach 5,566MHz memory frequencies, setting a new world record.
Kingston's HyperX added some neat 16 GB DDR4 modules to its SODIMM lineup, which it uses to make memory kits up to 64 GB.
Now that DDR4 memory has been available, we're finally starting to see various vendors reveal their 128 GB memory kits.
One day the crown is taken by one, and the next it's re-claimed by another: the game of thrones continues.
Kingston decided it was time to play the game of thrones, taking the crown for the fastest 128 GB DDR4 memory kit.
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