Memory

  • Corsair announced the fastest 8GB PC memory kit to date

    Corsair has just announced the fastest 8GB PC memory kit to date, the Dominator GTX 8GB CMGTX7 kit. The kit is guaranteed to operate at 2400MHz, with latency settings of 9-11-10-30, at a memory voltage of 1.65V. 

  • Low-Profile MX-KATANA Series SSD Modules from Mach Xtreme Technology

    Mach Xtreme Technology Inc., a worldwide leader in top performance, high reliability and user friendly designed PC components, today unveiled the SATA MXKATANA Series SSD modules. Based on an innovative design, the sleek KATANA Series modules deliver an enhanced mobile computing experience with much faster application loading, ultra-fast data access, shorter boot-ups, and longer battery life of today’s and

  • Sony Introduces Memory Stick PRO-HG Duo HX

    Available in 8Gb, 16Gb and 32Gb, the Memory Stick PRO-HG Duo HX memory cards from Sony have a maximum transfer rate of up to 50 Mb/s – the fastest in the world.

  • Quick Look: Kingston HyperX T1 Performance DDR3 Triple-Channel Kit

    With quad-channel Sandy Bridge E on the horizon, triple-channel kits might soon be a thing of the past. Nevertheless, we decided to have a quick overclocking session with Kingston's HyperX T1 DDR3 triple-channel kit.

  • Kinneir Dufort shows off concept smartphone with upgradeable hardware

    The idea of 'if it ain't broke, don't fix/change it' may sound great for users who do not take very kindly to the idea of junking away working electronic devices just because they are obsolete by today's standards, especially when one takes into consideration the amount of electronic waste produced today. And with smartphones being

  • Origin starts selling world’s fastest notebook

    How fast can a top-end notebook based off Intel's new Sandy Bridge platform run? Say, 3.2GHz under TurboBoost? Well, leave it to Origin to go off the charts with its latest lineup of factory-overclocked notebooks that are reportedly being sold with clock speeds of 4.5GHz, along with other major hardware goodies not found in most

  • Kingston HyperX Plug and Play (PnP) Series Announced

        Kingston today announced the new HyperX Plug and Play (PnP) series of high-performance enthusiast memory specially for Sandy Bridge chipset in both desktop and notebooks. The memory SPD is pre-programmed with faster frequencies of either 1600MHz or 1866MHz so when 'plugged' in, it will automatically 'play' at that speeds without the need to overclock

  • G.Skill RipjawsX 1600MHz CL7 4GB DDR3 Kit Review

    Having just a fast processor isn't really enough these days; a high-speed memory kit can provide quite a bit of performance boost to your bandwidth-hungry Intel 'Sandy Bridge' platform gaming rig. VR-Zone.com finds out how much an improvement there can be with the F3-12800CL7D-4GBXM kit from G.Skill. Overclocking included.

  • G.Skill RipjawsX DDR3-2300 CL9 8GB Kit Announced

        G.Skill today announces the world’s fastest 8GB (4GBx2) DDR3 memory, rated at 2300MHz CL9 with only 1.65V voltage. This ultimate memory kit will join G.Skill award winning Ripjaws-X family and will be available soon via G.Skill global authorized distribution partner.

  • Corsair Releases 2000MHz Vengeance DDR3 Memory Kit

        Corsair today announced the availability of 2000MHz versions of the award-winning Vengeance™ family of DDR3 memory. The new 2000MHz kits are equipped with aluminum heat spreaders anodized in Jet Black. They join the 1600MHz Vengeance DDR3 memory kits, which are available in either Jet Black or Cerulean Blue, and the 1866MHz Vengeance DDR3 kit,

  • While Intel has SNSD, Kingston has Dream Girls

      It seems more tech companies are getting female celebrities and models as their brand ambassadors in Asia recently. During CES, Intel has engaged SNSD, a famous Korean pop group to promote their brand in Asia and now Kingston too has also engaged a new girl group known as the Dream Girls to promote their brand

  • G.Skill launches Sniper memory kits for PC gamers and modding enthusiasts

    G.Skill has announced its latest Sniper series designed specifically for PC gamers and modding enthusiasts. Extensive compatibility tests have been conducted on a wide range of Intel and AMD platforms, which guarantee the best performance, quality and reliability. The Sniper series is available in dual-channel and triple-channel kits, up to 24GB.

  • Kingston introduces HyperX T1 Black triple-channel memory kits

    Kingston has announced the HyperX T1 Black triple-channel memory kits, which are designed to meet the performance requirements of the new Intel Core i7-990X Processor Extreme Edition and Intel X58 Express-based motherboards. Furthermore, the black heatsinks complements black-themed motherboards, such as the ASUS Rampage III and GIGABYTE G1-Killer series. The HyperX T1 Black will be

  • Elpida considers increasing DRAM price in March

    Dynamic random access memory (DRAM) price may increase come March, as Japanese PC chip maker Elpida considers raising DRAM prices in view of growing demand. Projected price for 2Gb DRAM chips in March could be as high as $2.50, a 19% increase over the current $2.10.

  • OCZ quits RAM market, focuses entirely on SSDs

    In a surprising turn of events, OCZ announced that it will completely leave the DRAM market to focus on Solid State Drives (SSDs). Let’s hope they maintain their Lifetime Warranties like they do on the DRAM.

  • OCZ unveils new Vertex 3 Pro SSD, Z-Drive R3 PCIE SSD and ZX series Power Supplies

    OCZ Technology Group, renowned manufacturer of solid state drives (SSD), power supplies and memory modules for computers, has recently unveiled their latest and fastest SSD solutions to date at the Consumer Electronics Show this year at Las Vegas. Among the new products showcased include Vertex 3 Pro SSD, Z-Drive R3 PCI-Express SSD, as well as their 80-Plus Gold

  • DRAM prices drop yet again

    Soft PC demand in the first half of 2010 coupled with an increased factory output of the memory modules in the second half of 2010 has led to an overwhelming supply of RAMs. This growing supply and falling demand has also led in the drop of DRAM prices.

  • Kingston introduces HyperX Genesis Special Edition Grey for Intel Sandy Bridge

    Kingston has announced the HyperX Genesis Special Edition Grey dual-channel 4GB DDR3 memory kits, designed for Intel’s newly launched Sandy Bridge platform. The Special Edition Grey will be available in 1600MHz and 2133MHz flavors initially.

  • Kingston announces SDHC UHS-I UltimateXX memory cards

    Kingston has announced the SDHC UHS-I UltimateXX 8GB, 16GB and 32GB memory cards. With data transfer rates of up to 60MB/sec read and 35MB/sec write, the UltimateXX meets standards set by the Secure Digital Association for next-level performance in SD card technology.

  • Samsung develops industry’s first DDR4 DRAM, using 30nm class technology

    Samsung announced today that it has completed development of the industry’s first DDR4 DRAM module last month, using 30nm class process technology. The new DDR4 DRAM module can achieve data transfer rates of 2.133Gbps at 1.2V, compared to 1.35V and 1.5V DDR3 DRAM at an equivalent process technology.