Think that the choice for DDR4 modules is limited? You're in luck as Kingston has updated its HyperX DDR4 offerings.
It looks like the word ‘lag’ will not be associated with the smartphones of the future, as Samsung is in the midst of mass-developing 12-gigabit LPDDR4 RAM modules which will allow 6GB of RAM to be fitted into mobile devices.
Patriot's Viper 4 range of RAM kits has been updated with new dual-module DDR4 memory kits for Intel's new Z170 chipset and Skylake processors. The kits are also available at higher frequencies of 3,200MHz and 3,400MHz.
Kingston's HyperX division has added low-voltage DDR3L modules to its Fury line and unveiled the brand new Impact DDR4 SO-DIMMs for notebooks, mini PCs, and SFF systems running on Intel's 100 series chipset.
Intel's new Z170 chipset and Skylake CPUs are finally coming, and most will only support DDR4 memory. It's likely that you'll need new memory kits for them if you're considering a build with the latest hardware. We've rounded up a handful of kits for your consideration.
Intel's Optane technology is all set to drive the next generation of storage and memory products. Read more about this technology in the link.
At the currently ongoing Intel Developer Forum, G.Skill has showcased live demos of two ultra-high speed DDR4 memory kits. Click inside to learn how fast they can go.
HyperX has released additional 8GB and 16GB Fury DDR4 memory kits for the new Intel Z170 platform.
Kingston has just released two new kits that are apart of its HyperX FURY DDR4 range. With low-latencies and automatic overclocking capabilities, these modules are optimized for use with Intel's new 6th generation Intel Core processors (Skylake)
G.Skill is gearing its new Trident Z and Ripjaws V DDR4 memory kits for Intel's next-generation Z170 chipset and Skylake processors. The Trident Z series will even include a high-end 4,000MHz kit.