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Rambus will soon release its own branded memory products

American technology licensing firm Rambus Incorporated has revealed plans to sell branded hardware for the first time ever. It’s a drastic shift in strategy for the 25-year-old company but one it believes is necessary to help repair its tarnished reputation. …

G.Skill claims the DDR4 overclocking world record

G.Skill has claimed the world record for the fastest, overclocked DDR4 memory by boosting a single 4GB module of their Ripjaws 4 Series DDR4 RAM up to 4,255 MHz with timings of 18-18-18-63. As the modules are typically clocked at 2,400 MHz,…

SK Hynix unveils 128 GB DDR4 module

It may still be a few years before we see proper DDR4 adoption in the consumer space, but some memory manufacturers are certainly gearing up for the onslaught of motherboards supporting the improved memory spec. SK Hynix is one such…

SATA Express 101: Higher computer speeds are coming

We were recently asked if the SF3700, LSI's latest flash controller, supports SATA Express and fired away with a bunch of other questions about the standard. The depth of this customer's curiosity suggested a broader need for education on the…