Much like the recent swathe of X99 motherboard previews we have seen, memory manufacturers are getting on board with showcasing their DDR4 memory modules to use with the Haswell-E platform. Unlike the CPUs from Intel, there is no formal NDA as such, allowing the media to report the design and specifications, although because real-world performance requires the CPU, no-one is able to post benchmark numbers. The new DDR4 from G.Skill is the next DRAM module manufacturer to come out with an official press release, and following the previous high performance Ripjaws DDR3 range G.Skill will introduce its memory under the Ripjaws 4 moniker with a new heatspreader design. G.Skill’s press release confirms the voltage ranges for DDR4, with 1.2 volts being standard on 2133 MHz to...

JEDEC Reveals Key Aspects of DDR4

DDR3 made its debut in mid-2007 when Intel released P35 chipset with support for DDR3. Today nearly all desktop, mobile and server platforms support DDR3. iSuppli estimates that DDR3...

34 by Kristian Vättö on 8/23/2011

AMD to Enter RAM Market with Radeon-branded DDR3

AMD's website suggests that the company will be entering the RAM market soon with their own RAM modules. The modules will be branded as Radeon, just like AMD's GPUs...

23 by Kristian Vättö on 8/8/2011

Sandy Bridge Memory Scaling: Choosing the Best DDR3

Intel's Second Generation Core processors, based on the Sandy Bridge architecture, include a number of improvements over the previous generation's Nehalem architecture. We’ll be testing one specific area today...

76 by Jared Bell on 7/25/2011

Patriot: 16GB is the new 8GB for Sandy Bridge-E

Patriot gave me a preview of their new Viper Xtreme Division4 DDR3 memory due out later this year. Patriot is targeting this new line at Sandy Bridge E systems...

52 by Anand Lal Shimpi on 6/1/2011

Everything You Always Wanted to Know About SDRAM (Memory): But Were Afraid to Ask

It started off as a simple enough memory review, but somewhere along the way we decided to dramatically expand the scope of our discussion and avoid the monotony...

45 by Rajinder Gill on 8/15/2010

Fastest Memory Race Heats Up - Corsair Announces 2533MHz DDR3

The whole 'fastest memory' halo product race is a bit of a farce. In terms of DDR3, Corsair started the race back in 2007 with their first set...

14 by Ian Cutress on 5/7/2010

This Just In: G.Skill Giveaway Goodies

Before the new site launched I demoed a new feature I'd been toying with called This Just In. The idea is to give you guys a quick glance at...

37 by Anand Lal Shimpi on 4/10/2010

DDR3-2000+ Memory Kits - Fast but Flawed

We take a look at the latest DDR3-2000+ kits from Corsair and OCZ, but find the quality of the Elpida Hyper ICs is the real story.

16 by Rajinder Gill on 7/8/2009

Memory Scaling on Core i7 - Is DDR3-1066 Really the Best Choice?

We take an in-depth look at memory scaling on the Core i7 platform to determine if there is any value in using memory faster than DDR3-1066.

50 by Gary Key on 6/24/2009

OCZ Blade DDR3-2133 - Is it Fast Enough?

We take our first look at OCZ's new 3B2133LV6GK DDR3-2133 kit and realize we need to call in the big guns for benchmarking at 2133MHz and beyond.

17 by Gary Key on 6/9/2009

Lab Update - Patriot Memory Viper Series DDR3-1333

We take a first look at a very impressive DDR3-1333 (PVT36G1333ELK) 6GB memory kit from Patriot and figure out our assumptions about inexpensive DDR3 memory were misguided.

15 by Gary Key on 3/17/2009

Core i7 - Is High VDimm really a Problem?

Actually, high VDimm is a problem but only under certain circumstances. How and why is something we cannot answer yet, but we do have a briefing today.

40 by Gary Key on 10/8/2008

Corsair DDR3-2133 - How high and fast will it go?

We preview Corsair's new Dominator DDR3-2133 2X1GB kit based on Samsung's latest IC. The first question we set off to answer is just what chipsets will run this stuff...

12 by Rajinder Gill on 8/28/2008

OCZ Flex II - Life at 1200MHz

We take a sneak peak at OCZ's latest Flex series armed with a Zotac 9800GTX and ASUS P5Q Deluxe.

15 by Gary Key on 5/19/2008

In Memory Of The Law: The Memory Industry's Legal Problems

The memory industry has been under fire for anti-competitive actions for over half a decade, we take a look at what's going on

29 by Ryan Smith on 10/25/2007

Cell Shock, Corsair, and Kingston Introduce Ultra Speed DDR3

Our high-speed DDR3 Roundup revs up! Do the newest high-speed memories have the stuff to join the DDR3-2000 club?

14 by Wesley Fink on 10/11/2007

OCZ Introduces DDR3-1800

OCZ introduces the fastest production memory you can buy. The new DDR3-1800 is based on more aggressive binning of Micron Z9 chips. How does their new DDR3-1800 compare to...

27 by Wesley Fink on 7/31/2007

Super Talent & TEAM: DDR3-1600 Is Here!

DDR3-1600 that can run as fast as 7-7-7 timings has appeared in record time. Can the new memory based on Micron Z9 chips reach 2000 and beyond?

33 by Wesley Fink on 7/20/2007

Kingston Launches Low-Latency DDR3

Kingston is launching PC3-11000, the first production DDR3-1333+ with the bonus of low latency. Do lower latencies move DDR3 up in performance enough to offset the higher price?

45 by Wesley Fink on 5/24/2007

DDR3 vs. DDR2

DDR3 is arriving with the new Intel P35 chipset. Is DDR3 faster? How does performance compare to DDR2? We do an apples-to-apples comparison to provide some answers.

47 by Wesley Fink on 5/15/2007

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