G.Skill demos two DDR4 RAM kits clocked at over 4000 MHz at Intel Developer Forum 2015.
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.
Mushkin has made some 'Essentials' DDR4 memory that might be more affordable than what we've been seeing.
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 test SO-DIMMs down at their new 1.35 V ceiling.
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