All Memory News
Thursday, 19 Mar 2015
Samsung believes that mid-range phones and tablets should not be limited to having mediocre storage capacities. This assertion served as the inspiration for them to develop a flash memory chip that promises to deliver up to 128GB of storage to these devices.
Friday, 30 Jan 2015
With it's overclocked frequency at 4,351 MHz, Kingston's HyperX Predator DDR4-3333 memory module has set a world record. Find out how Kingston managed to pull off this feat.
Wednesday, 14 Jan 2015
If you are looking to refresh your PC in conjunction with the new year, KINGMAX is offering DDR4 modules that boast low latency and low voltage, at 2,133 MHz and 2,400 MHz clock speeds, with bandwidths of 17 GB/s and 18.2 GB/s, respectively.
Wednesday, 7 Jan 2015
In addition to being UHS-II ready, Patriot's new SDXC card is capable of read and write speeds of up to 280MB/s and 250MB/s, respectively.
Friday, 19 Dec 2014
It’s the end of year, and that means more deals and bargains are to be found at the PIKOM PC Fair (III).
Friday, 14 Nov 2014
Assassin's Creed Unity was released yesterday with a massive amount of graphical issues. In light of this, Ubisoft is changing its review policy and how they work with gamers and game reviewers.
Friday, 19 Sep 2014
With the memory market slowly moving towards DDR4 modules, Apacer adapts to this market trend with its very own DDR4 2133 U-DIMM memory.
Thursday, 18 Sep 2014
To ensure a smoother 4K video recording experience, SanDisk released the Extreme PRO microSDXC UHS-I card for users to shoot 4K videos on their smartphone, tablet or action camera.
Friday, 5 Sep 2014
Kingston Technology recently announced the HyperX Savage high-performance memory module, which replaces the HyperX Genesis. These new kits will be available in 1,600MHz - 2,400MHz variants and as single modules and multi-channel kits.
Tuesday, 2 Sep 2014
Kingston has beaten both crowd and competition by being one of the first manufacturers to openly demonstrate its new HyperX Predator DDR4 Memory at PAX Prime 2014, which was specifically designed for Intel's next generation X99 chipset.