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Due to supply issues, prices of DDR4 memory is expected to increase even further.
ASUS gave some of its fans and dealers a chance to learn how to assemble a PC using custom water-cooling components, complete with all the necessary components.
Come June, JEDEC, the organization responsible for defining computer memory standards, will demonstrate DDR5 memory, with the aim of finalizing the standard sometime in 2018.
WD continues to innovate in the storage industry. This time, the company has managed to create a new 512Gb, 64-layer 3D NAND chip.
Looking for RAM modules that offer RGB lighting? G.Skill's Trident Z RGB could just be the RAMs you're looking for.
The CLEVO P870DM3-G gaming notebook will serve as the first outcome of the partnership, as it will be shipped with Apacer’s high-performance NOX DDR4 SO-DIMM RAM modules installed.
For today's HWZ.MY Gaming Week article, we’ll show you what sort PC gaming rig you can build with three different budgets, starting with RM3,000.
Word on the wire suggests that NVIDIA is planning on releasing a Pascal Refresh with GDDR5X and faster clockspeeds, and that Volta will support HBM2 and GDDR6 graphics memory. Hit the link to learn more.
SK Hynix has reportedly revealed in its product catalog that it will begin shipping HBM2 memory by the third quarter of 2016, finally catching up to Samsung, which began mass production of HBM2 early this year.