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New Mini-ITX Configurations Announced By OriginPC and CyberpowerPC

OriginPC was one of the first manufacturers to offer the monstrous Titan Z card in their custom-build PCs. However, the chassis availability capable of housing the graphics card was limited, until now that is. The manufacturer…

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ADATA Showoff Worlds First DDR4 OC Module at Computex 2014

One of the buzz words that is floating around this years Computex is to do with memory. We have known for some time now that DDR4, the successor to the current DDR3 standard, has been in…

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Kingston Launch Web Assistant For Storage & Memory Upgrades

When it comes to working out the specification of your new gaming system or when you’re looking to boost the performance of your existing setup, memory and storage are two of the easiest and most cost-effective…

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Kingston Display New HyperX Fury and HyperX PnP Memory At Post-CES Event

Memory products are one of the areas I cover here at eTeknix, but I wasn’t able to visit CES 2014 this year to check out the newest memory products on offer. Thankfully, Kingston held a special…

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Patriot Viper 3 16GB 2400MHz Memory Kit Review

Introduction Patriot are recognised as one of the industry giants in the production of DRAM kits for desktop PCs. Today we have with us a 16GB desktop DDR3 RAM kit from Patriot which runs with a…

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ADATA SSDs, Memory and Accessories On Show At CES 2014

As part of our CES tour, we are today taking a look around ADATA’s suite in the Venetian Hotel here in Las Vegas, and like a few other vendors, they are keen to show off their…

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Team Group Vulcan 8GB 2400MHz C10 Memory Kit Review

Introduction When high performance memory from gamers and overclockers is mentioned Team Group certainly isn’t the first name on my mind. However, today I’ve been provided with a kit that I hope will prove me to…

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Samsung Announces 4GB Ram On Smartphones With 8GB LPDDR4

Samsung has announced the industry’s first 8-gigabit low-profile double-data-rate 4 (LPDDR4) mobile DRAM chip, offering 1GB on a single die. The new LPDDR4 memory is said to provide 50 percent higher performance than current LPDDR3 offerings,…

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Removable CPU Confirmed In The New Mac Pro

When it comes to Apple computers, they have been criticized for the lack of flexibility towards user upgrades. Basically, if you buy an iMac, Mac Pro or Macbook, what you get is what you get suck…

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Kingston Releases 2800MHz HyperX memory

Kingston Technology has released its fastest-ever memory modules via its HyperX Division having a speed of 2,800MHz on the top-end Predator XMP Series, a nice addition to the Predator XMP series. It is designed for gamers…

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G.SKILL Announces DDR3L 2133MHz CL11 1.35V 8GB(4GBx2) SO-DIMM Memory Kit

We love a good set of G.SKILL memory and now it looks like we’re going to get some as the company expands its Ripjaws SO-DIMM series DDR3L memory, but pushing it up to a staggering 2133MHz.…

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Micron Predicts A Rise In DRAM Prices

Following the massive fire at the factory of SK Hynix early last month, the price of DRAM not surprisingly shot right up with the cost of a 2Gb DDR3 DRAM chip rising up from $1.60 to…

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G.Skill TridentX Reaches 4400MHz!

G.Skill have just announced that their Trident X memory has been taken to new levels – a staggering 4400MHz! That sets a new world record for the highest memory frequency and it is a staggeringly high…

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GeIL Reveal EVO Potenza Series RAM Kits

GeIL (Golden Emperor International Limited) have just announced their latest series of RAM kits – the EVO Potenza series. This series includes kits ranging from 1866MHz  to 3000MHz in speed. These require between 1.5 and 1.65…

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ADATA Launch XPG V2 3100MHz Overclocking Memory

 ADATA have just launched a brand new series of gaming RAM from its XPG series. Their new XPG V2 3100 modules run at a staggeringly high 3100MHz and are designed to take advantage of the new…

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Mushkin Reveal New Stealth and Redline 2800MHz Memory Kits

Mushkin has just announce two new additions to its series of memory modules. They have added a variety of 2800MHz memory kits for both the Stealth and Redline memory series. These will come in DDR3 4GB,…

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Patriot Viper 3 Mamba DDR3 2133MHz 16GB (2x8GB) Memory Kit Review

A few months ago I took a look at a Limited Edition kit from Patriot which was built specifically for the Intel Extreme Masters championships, andall in all, I was very impressed with what the kit…

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Super Talent Introduces RAM Disk USB 3.0 Flash Drives

If you thought flash drives were all boring, and even USB 3.0 or Thunderbolt versions wasn’t enough to get you excited, then Super Talent look set to change that. Their Ram Disk series of USB 3.0…

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Kingston HyperX Beast DDR3 2400MHz 8GB Memory Kit Review

Late last year we had a look at the then latest addition to the HyperX lineup of memory kits with the Predator 8GB 2666MHz kit with top end speeds and kits that ranged right up to…

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Computex: Geil Announces EVO Potenza DDR3 RAM Kits, Up To 3000MHz

Geil has been showing off some high performance DDR3 memory solutions at Computex 2013. It unveiled its new EVO Potenza series of memory modules built for the new Haswell Z87 processors as these have the best…

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G.Skill Unleash 32GB 3000MHz DDR3 Trident X RAM Kit

G. Skill are at it again releasing another series of RAM with stupidly high speeds. G.Skill have released, or should that be re-released, their Trident X series for Intel’s new Z87 platform. They are offering 2666MHz…

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AMD Announce 2133MHz 16/32GB Gamer Series DDR3 Memory Kits

AMD has been in the memory business now for quite a while, they initially started working with Patriot as their OEM supplier back in late 2011. On their latest releases they have announced that they are…

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Scientists Found A New Way To Use Photons As Memory

Scientists at Yale University have made another discovery which brings us closer to quantum computing. They’ve found a new to use microwave signals something as equivalent of a memory kit in your computer. Quantum computers work…

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DRAM Production Will be Limited During 2013 to 2014 Says Micron

Micron, one of the top 3 manufacturers and suppliers of dynamic access memory chips claimed that there will still be limited production of memory chips throughout 2013 and 2014, therefore one shouldn’t expect cheap memory kits…