Two new IC companies to enter market by late 2017
According to a report from IC insights, the market for DRAM and NAND flash ICs is expected to increase 10 percent in 2017 after weak market conditions left the market in a one percent decline by the end of 2016.
Full-length light bar
G.Skill has announced its newest Trident Z RGB DDR4 memory modules and kits that will combine a full-length RGB light bar with its recognizable Trident Z heatspreader design.
Four 16GB modules running at 3600MHz
G.Skill has announced its latest and fastest Trident Z DDR4 64GB (4x16GB) memory kit working at 3600MHz with CL17 latency.
Trendforce report out
New figures from beancounters at TrendForce suggest that memory prices continue to fall into a pit of despair.
There could be a memory shortage for PC vendors brewing, after aggressive short-term orders coming in from smartphone vendors.
Slower release than expected
Chipzilla appears to have put the brakes on its 3DXPoint memory modules despite talking up the technology for a while.
You have to upgrade
The fruity tax-dodging cargo cult Apple has a natty way to force those who splashed out on the entry model iPhone 7 to upgrade to the more expensive version – it gave it slower memory.
Thanks for the memory
Memory-chip maker Micron Technology reported better-than-expected fourth quarter revenue, which saw its smallest decline in a year, as pricing improves and the personal computer market starts to make its big comeback.
Limited Edition numbered kits in Chrome and Blackout finish
Corsair has announced its new Dominator Platinum Special Edition DDR4 memory kits that will be available in a limited edition and two versions, with mirror finish Chrome and brushed aluminum Blackout heatsinks.
Raises the bar on DDR4 memory
G.Skill is pushing DDR4 memory limits even further as it released its newest 32GB Trident Z memory kit working at 3866MHz.