ddr3

  • Samsung intros low-voltage, 32GB DDR3 memory

    Samsung just outed the first 32GB DDR3 memory module. This sucker is fast too with 20% better throughput at 1.35 volts than the current 1.5 volt generation, thanks to 72 4Gb memory chips. It’s just too bad that you will not be popping this into your gaming rig anytime soon. Read More

  • Is the DDR3 push starting now?

    DDR3 as a premium RAM technology has been around for a good while now, but the price of setting up a DDR3 system has been less than cost-effective. The benefits of DDR3 haven’t been great enough to justify the huge price gap between common DDR2 and the newer standard. But the changeover has to happen sometime, and it looks like Samsung got a little impatient. They’re offering… Read More

  • Samsung makes highest density DRAM chip

    Samsung has developed the first 4Gb DRAM chip in the world using the 50nm process. These 4Gb DDR3 chips will use 40 precent less power than previous 2Gb chips. Sure, it’s not exciting, but you want more RAM, don’t you? Here’s where it comes from! Read More

  • Lexar unveils DDR3 memory with, get this, LEDs!

    Computer components bedazzled with LEDs seem to indicate speed in the same way that stickers on the back of rice-burners do. So with that fact in mind, the Lexar Crucial Ballistix Tracer DDR3 memories with LEDs highlighting the memories activities must be super fast. I kid, I kid as the PC3-10600 DDR3-1333MHz memory shouldn’t be sluggish by any means. The modules will be available in… Read More

  • Crucial announces DDR3 Laptop RAM


    Good stuff. Crucial’s the first on the market with this notebook RAM; probably it’ll be snapped up by lux retailers like Alienware. I opted not to get DDR3 for my new desktop rig because the benefits aren’t really there yet compared with the advanced DDR2 RAM on the market, but for a notebook the benefits might be real. It does after all require less power and while I doubt… Read More