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Patriot Viper 4 DDR4 3200MHz 16GB (2x8GB) Dual Channel Memory Kit Review

Introduction DDR4 memory kits are steadily superseding DDR3 DIMMs due to competitive pricing and the advent of Intel’s LGA1151 chipset which supports speeds in excess of 3200MHz. Furthermore, DDR4 modules require less voltage to remain stable despite…

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Triple The Speed But US Still Lags In Internet Speed Comparisons

One of the most competitive things you can mention is your internet speed. Being able to download and watch your latest games and movies at the press of a button relies on a steady and speedy…

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How to Stop Windows 10 From Sharing Your Bandwidth

The Windows 10 upgrade procedure is remarkably simple and easily reversed if you prefer an older operating system. To manage the bandwidth demands, Microsoft uses a peer-to-peer (P2P) system which allows your network to host the…

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ASUS Confirms DDR3 1.5-1.65v Works With Skylake

Budget shoppers looking for the best bang per buck will soon have more options opened up to them. According to ASUS, Skylake CPUs and their accompanying Z170 and other 100 series motherboards can support DRR3 running…

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AMD Officially Announce Details of High Bandwidth Memory

We’ve been waiting for details on the new memory architecture from AMD for a while now. Since we heard the possible specifications and performance of the new R9 390x all thanks to the new High Bandwidth…

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AMD’s Official Roadmaps Reveals the Company’s Plans for the next 5 Years

AMD has revealed what the company plans to do with its GPUs and CPUs in the next 5 years at the PC Cluster Consortium event in Osaka Japan, where AMD’s Junji Hayashi revealed the company’s roadmap.…

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Official Titan X Specifications Leaked, Launch Set in 24 Hours

VideoCards has just leaked the official specifications of NVIDIA’s GTX Titan X, having them match everything that has been leaked before. As we all know, the Titan X houses the GM200 core, which is the successor…

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From A Router To The Cloud: How Gaming Companies Manage Online Bandwidth

The development in online streaming and multiplayer gaming has progressed rapidly in the past few years which is great for gamers but has also meant that the hardware and software used to power these new advances…

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35% of All US Internet Traffic Comes from Netflix

A new report says that 35% of all US internet traffic, on average during peak hours, comes from Netflix. A study was conducted by a company called Sandvine, best known for building ISP equipment. They said…

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Intel Reveals Details Regarding Intel’s “Knights Landing” Xeon Phi Coprocessor

Intel has announcement the ‘Knights Landing’ Xeon Phi Coprocessor late last year, having released very few details about the lineup back then. As time passes, details are bound to be revealed and Intel is said to…

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NVIDIA Launches Its $3000 GeForce GTX Titan Z

Latest news point to NVIDIA releasing its long-awaited GeForce GTX Titan Z graphics card, a true beast amongst graphics cards, boasting outstanding performance at an incredible price tag. In terms of specifications, the NVIDIA GeForce GTX…

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BT And Alcatel-Lucent’s Fiber Optic Tests Reveal 1.4 Tb/s Speeds

BT and Alcatel-Lucent have been reportedly working on a way to address the current internet speed bandwidth and congestions which some parts of the UK are facing. In an experiment performed, the companies managed to achieve…

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Chrome Update To Reduce Data Consumption Up To 50% for iOS and Android Users

Google announced an upcoming update to Chrome for iOS and Chrome for Android will feature a way for you to save on your data usage by as much as 50%. According to a survey from Pew,…