If it's been a while since you've bought portable flash memory, you might be surprised by the broad availability and affordability of high-speed, high-capacity microSD and SD cards. With this guide, we'll break down what all the different codes and ratings mean, and offer the best choices for a range of categories.
Upgrade your RAM like a boss with Corsair's LPX 32GB (2x16GB) 3200MHz C16 DDR4 memory kit. Amazon has it on sale at $124.99, saving you $35 of the regular price. With 29k user reviews and a 4.7/5 score, this high-performing memory works and looks great.
Every single computer has RAM, whether it's embedded into a processor or sitting on a dedicated circuit board plugged into the system, computing devices simply can't work without it. RAM is an astonishing feat of precision engineering, and yet it is manufactured in epic quantities every year. Given how super important RAM is, a proper dissection is called for.
Today we're taking a look at the performance impact having four DDR4 memory modules can have on performance in a dual-channel system, opposed to just two modules. In this scenario all modules are operating at the same frequency, use the same timings and provide the same total memory capacity.
When we reviewed Ryzen's latest iteration we briefly checked out different DDR4 memory speeds but now that things have settled we were put on a mission to benchmark memory performance on 3rd-gen Ryzen to see if spending more makes sense or not.
A grand price fixing scheme that took place between 1998-2002 involved over a dozen makers, of what PC component?
Was it DRAM, Motherboards, Laptop Displays or HDDs?