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Exclusive Look at G.Skill RipjawsZ Quad-Channel Kit

In exactly a week's time from now, Intel Sandy Bridge-E HEDT (high-end desktop) platform will be upon us. But November 14 isn't a big day just for Intel and its three new processors, but an entire ecosystem of manufacturers and products that are designed for Sandy Bridge-E, including motherboards, memory,

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Single chip DIMM is close to becoming reality

Things just got really interesting in the memory market space, as Invensas Corporation, a subsidiary of Tessera Technologies have come up with a way to shove as much memory as that fitted to a SO-DIMM into a single chip. The technology is known as xFD or multi-die face-down packaging and

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Samsung unveils high-capacity 32GB DRAM module for servers

Samsung has announced the availability of its new RDIMM DRAM module for servers, which boasts a maximum capacity of 32GB and makes use of 3D-TSV technology. According to the Korean electronics giant, the new high-capacity RDIMM DRAM module was designed to meet the needs of high-performance next-generation server platforms. (more…)

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AMD launches Radeon Memory for Systems

This is a peculiar one, AMD has started selling desktop PC memory under its Radeon brand and although that in itself is strange, we can't but wonder about the timing, as it's not exactly as if memory costs much these days. AMD is offering three types of memory as well,

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Hynix and Toshiba team up to develop MRAM

The major computer memory technology today is SDRAM in various shapes or forms, but there have been talks about various solutions set to replace the aging memory type with faster and more power efficient options with vastly improved performance. Well, Hynix and Toshiba has announced that the two are teaming

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