Running from 2933MHz to 3600MHz
Following the launch of AMD's new HEDT Ryzen Threadripper CPUs and the X399 chipset motherboards, G.Skill has announced new DDR4 specifications and expanded its Flare X series which will be Ryzen Threadripper ready.
Transcend warns of growing prices
DRAM and NAND flash memory chip prices will rise as supply remains tighter than a jar of peanut butter at a squirrel convention.
Booms are better than fire
Samsung Electronics memory chip boom that propelled it to record profit in the second quarter is likely to continue in the third, just as revenue is widely expected to benefit from sales of OLED screens to the fruity cargo-cult Apple.
Research from memory specialists Crucial suggests that a quarter of UK users have a PC which has reached what the firm calls the ‘memory cliff’ – the point where the computer is hugely slowed down, or completely falls over or crashes.
Thanks for the memories
Samsung Electronics has said its second-quarter operating profit rose 72 percent from a year earlier to a new record.
With a single G.Skill Trident Z 8GB module
AMD has been working on optimizing memory performance on its AM4 platform and it appears it has been doing a good job as, thanks to an overclocker from Australia, DDR4 managed to finally break the 4,000 limit with Gigabyte X370 motherboard, Ryzen 5 1400 CPU and G.Skill's 8GB Trident Z DDR4 memory module.
Needs more memory and smartphone displays
Samsung is to invest $18.6 billion in South Korea as part of a cunning plan to extend its lead in memory chips and next-generation smartphone displays.
World's first 4-bit-per-cell 3D flash memory
Toshiba has announced the latest generation of 3D flash memory, the 4-bit-per-cell, quadruple-level cell (QLC) technology NAND flash memory.
Ranging from DDR4-2133 to DDR4-3200
AMD has continued to work on updates for its Ryzen CPUs and AM4 motherboards and has posted an extended and updated compatibility of DDR4 memory modules and kits.
Unless no one buys it
Global electronics makers are worried that Apple is going to take all the supplies of memory chips for its new iPhone 8.