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Corsair Dominator Platinum 3200MHz DDR4 64GB Review

Corsair Dominator Platinum 3200MHz DDR4 64GB Review

» August 14, 2016 05:00PM

HyperX Savage 2666MHz 32GB Memory Review

HyperX Savage 2666MHz 32GB Memory Review

» February 17, 2016 05:00PM

G.Skill Trident Z DDR4-3400 16GB Memory Review

G.Skill Trident Z DDR4-3400 16GB Memory Review

» February 7, 2016 05:00PM

Patriot Viper 4 3400MHz 8GB Review

Patriot Viper 4 3400MHz 8GB Review

» January 25, 2016 05:00PM

Patriot Viper 4 16GB PC4-24000 Review

Patriot Viper 4 16GB PC4-24000 Review

» March 4, 2015 05:00PM


Memory News (350)

G.SKILL Announces New Trident Z Memory Kit

Category: Memory
Posted: September 6, 2016 03:51PM
Author: Nick Harezga


G.SKILL has announced a new addition to the Trident Z DDR4 memory line, a 32GB set composed of four 8GB sticks. The new RAM runs at 3866MHz with CL18-19-19-39 timings at an operating voltage of 1.35V. This new kit is an improvement over the previous offering that was only able to reach 3600MHz as users continue to "transition into higher capacity memory kits for gaming, work, and daily use." The memory is compatible with the latest Intel Skylake processors and supports XMP 2.0.

Source: Press Release




DDR5 Could be Available Starting in 2020

Category: Memory
Posted: August 22, 2016 02:45PM
Author: Nick Harezga

DDR4 is currently the highest level of DRAM available, but like all technology it shouldn't stay that way for long. At the Intel Developer Forum it was hinted that the specification for DDR5 could be completed by the end of this year, with availability expected to begin in 2020. As with all steps forward in technology, DDR5 will offer several benefits compared to its predecessors. Among them are higher memory density allowing for more RAM per slot, lower power usage, and higher speeds. The presentation noted that servers are likely to get the new RAM first as "many applications, like databases and analytics, are executed in memory." The updated DDR will offer improvements, but won't be as much of a step up as some other technology in the early stages of research and development that were viewed as possible upgrade paths from DDR. Technology such as phase-change memory, resistive RAM, and magnetoresistive RAM would also offer the ability to store data in RAM when the system is powered down.

Source: PC World



G.SKILL Announces High Capacity, High Speed Memory Kits

Category: Memory
Posted: August 18, 2016 01:46PM
Author: Nick Harezga

G.SKILL has announced the addition of two high capacity memory kits to its Trident Z DDR4-3333MHz lineup, with plans to show them off at the Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco this week. Both sets are built using 8Gb chips from Samsung operating at 1.35V and are compatible with the latest Intel X99 chipset and Broadwell-E CPUs. The 64GB set uses eight 8GB sticks at CL13 latency while the 128GB set uses eight 16GB sticks at CL14 latency.

Source: Press Release




Patriot Adds to Viper 4 and Viper Elite Memory Lines

Category: Memory
Posted: July 26, 2016 03:05PM
Author: Nick Harezga


Patriot has announced the expansion of the Viper 4 and Viper Elite DDR4 memory lines with a set that operates at 3733MHz. The dual channel memory kits are available in sets of two 8GB modules with timings of 17-19-19-39 and voltage of 1.35V. Both sets are XMP 2.0 ready and are designed for the X99 and 100 series motherboards from Intel. The new addition to the Viper 4 and Viper Elite lines will be available starting August 3 at an MSRP of $159.99.

Source: Press Release




New Vengeance LED DDR4 Modules Announced by Corsair

Category: Memory
Posted: June 23, 2016 12:18PM
Author: Guest_Jim_*


Today Corsair has announced new additions to its memory offerings with the Vengeance LED DDR4 modules. As the name suggests, the modules have an LED bar along their tops that pulse either red or white light, depending on the version you want. On the performance side, these modules are and will be available in 16 GB (2x8 GB), 32 GB (4x8 GB and 2x16 GB), and 64 GB (4x16 GB) kits with frequencies ranging from 2666 MHz to 4333 MHz. Whatever performance you are looking for, it seems you have a good chance of finding it here. Only the 2666 MHz kits run at 1.2 V, while everything faster takes 1.35 V.

Currently, only the modules with speeds from 2666 MHz to 3600 MHz are available, but the faster kits should be launching soon. All of the modules are covered by Corsair's lifetime DRAM warranty.

 

 

Source: Corsair




Twelve Overclocking Records Set Using G.SKILL Memory at Computex

Category: Memory
Posted: June 8, 2016 04:00PM
Author: Nick Harezga


G.SKILL hosted its fifth annual OC World Record Stage at Computex this year with help from event sponsors Samsung, Intel, and NVIDIA. The five day event saw a dozen records broken by some of the top overclockers in the world using the latest Intel processors, motherboards from top manufacturers like MSI and ASUS, and the latest GPUs from NVIDIA. Among the records achieved were the world record for highest DDR4 memory frequency at 5189.2MHz. For information on all of the broken records, see the attached image.

Source: Press Release




HyperX Updates Its Predator DDR4 and DDR3 RAM

Category: Memory
Posted: June 6, 2016 09:58AM
Author: bp9801

If you're in need of some more memory, HyperX has you covered. One of the leaders in memory, SSDs, and gaming headsets, HyperX has refreshed its line of Predator RAM with a fiercer look and faster speeds. Both the DDR4 and DDR3 lines benefit from the refresh, which has a new heat spreader for greater heat dissipation for better reliability over the lifespan of the RAM. Plus the black aluminum heat spreader and black PCB just look good together. The HyperX Predator DDR4 features speeds up to 3333MHz with CL15-16 latencies, offering plenty of speed and a low latency to match. The Predator DDR3 line gets speeds up to 2666MHz and CL9-11 latencies, so if you're still on the DDR3 side things, you also get fast speeds and low latencies to go with your system. Both DDR4 and DDR3 lines are factory tested at their rated speed and feature a lifetime warranty and free technical support to match the HyperX reliability.

The HyperX Predator DDR4 kits range from 8GB to 64GB, with speeds of 3000MHz to 3333MHz. The HyperX Predator DDR3 line goes from 8GB to 32GB capacities, with speeds from 1866MHz to 2666MHz. No release date or prices were announced for either the Predator DDR4 or DDR3 lines, but expect that soon.

Source: Press Release




2 TB Ignite SSD Announced by Patriot

Category: Memory
Posted: May 30, 2016 09:08AM
Author: Guest_Jim_*


It does not seem all that long ago when SSDs meant you could have great speed, but limited capacity, but now we are seeing them come in fairly impressive sizes. Today Patriot has unveiled its 2 TB Ignite SSD. The company originally launched the Ignite SSD line in January of 2015 a pair of fast drives that could hold 480 GB or 960 GB. Later a 240 GB drive was added, and now we have this massive 2 TB offering that can hold whole game libraries, so you do not need to cull the games you do not play anymore, just to install the latest.

The new SSD features a Phison S10 controller, which allows it to achieve a sequential read speed of 560 MB/s, and 500 MB/s write speed. Like many other SSDs, it uses the 2.5 in form factor, and comes with a 3-year warranty. It will be available for purchase in the 4th quarter of this year.

Source: Patriot



Patriot Announces New UGS-II SDXC Memory Cards

Category: Memory
Posted: May 30, 2016 08:54AM
Author: Guest_Jim_*


Patriot makes a variety of computer components, peripherals, and accessories, and has today announced its two fastest SDXC memory cards. The two cards are the EP PRO-II SDXC and EP PRO-II microSDXC and will be available in 64 GB to 512 GB and 32 GB to 128 GB capacities, respectively. The read speeds can reach as high as 280 MB/s and write speeds as high as 100 MB/s, which is enough for 4K video recording and the continuous shooting of high resolution still images. That makes the cards compliant with the UHS-II U3 speed class, which is the fastest performance standard today. They are still compatible with non-UHS-II devices, so they will work with older devices, as well as current and future devices. They also have built in error-correcting codes and content protection for recordable media.

The EP PRO-II SDXC and EP PRO-II microSDXC cards will be available in August, both online and in stores. Prices might vary between regions.

Source: Patriot




Corsair Unveils the Dominator Platinum ROG Edition Memory

Category: Memory
Posted: May 24, 2016 11:26AM
Author: bp9801


One of the leaders in memory, cases, power supplies, and most other components, Corsair has introduced a new addition to its range of DDR4 memory. The Corsair Dominator Platinum ROG Edition has been designed in collaboration with ASUS and its Republic of Gamers team, offering a unique style to easily match the ASUS ROG motherboards. This 16GB (4x4GB) kit features an aluminum heat sink with the ROG red and black color scheme, as well as integrated LED lighting to look right at home on a ROG motherboard. Each kit runs at 3200MHz, but when paired with an ASUS Z170 ROG motherboard (such as the MAXIMUS VIII line), a custom XMP 2.0 profile can be enabled to bump the speed to 3333MHz. Patented DHX cooling tech helps keep the sticks performing despite whatever overclock you do, whether it's just with the custom XMP 2.0 profile or something of your own making.

The Corsair Dominator Platinum ROG Edition RAM is available now for $189.99. It features a lifetime warranty to give you peace of mind for the life of the RAM.

Source: Press Release




G.SKILL Announces Fastest DDR4 SO-DIMM Memory

Category: Memory
Posted: May 19, 2016 03:40PM
Author: Nick Harezga


G.SKILL continues to set the bar higher in all areas of the memory market with its latest DDR4 SO-DIMM set, which is part of the Ripjaws line. The newest addition to the series has a frequency of 3200MHz, Cas Latency of 16, and operating voltage of 1.35V. The kit will be available in dual channel sets with total capacity of 16GB or 32GB. The new modules were tested and verified using the latest sixth generation Core processors from Intel, ensuring that it will be compatible with all of the latest systems. These new modules will be available sometime next month.

Source: Press Release




G.SKILL Adds Three Sets to Trident Z Line

Category: Memory
Posted: May 17, 2016 02:49PM
Author: Nick Harezga


G.SKILL has announced the addition of a trio of new memory sets to the DDR4 Trident Z line. The new kits target both low latency, with 3200MHz CL13 and 3466MHz CL14 options, and high speed with a 4266MHz CL19 set. G.SKILL utilized ultra high performance Samsung DDR4 8Gb ICs to create the new sets which operate at 1.35V in sticks of 8GB or 16GB, with total capacity up to 64GB. These new sets will be available sometime next month.

Source: Press Release




G.SKILL Expands Color Options for Trident Z Series

Category: Memory
Posted: May 9, 2016 04:02PM
Author: Nick Harezga

G.SKILL has added five color options to its Trident Z series of DDR4 memory. The expanded color options now include "a black brushed aluminum body paired with orange, yellow, or white top-bar or a silver brushed aluminum body with white or black top-bar." The increased number of colors provide builders more options if they want to try to stick to a particular color scheme. The new colors will be available in a range of frequencies at capacities from 16GB to 128GB, with an expected availability of the end of the month.

Source: Press Release




G.SKILL Adds Low Latency Kit to Trident Z Line

Category: Memory
Posted: April 11, 2016 03:12PM
Author: Nick Harezga


G.SKILL has announced the addition of a new set of memory to its Trident Z line. The DDR4 set operates at 3600MHz with CL15-15-15-35 timings at an operating voltage of 1.35V. Timings such as this are typically seen in memory at lower frequencies, but G.SKILL used "specially selected high performance memory components" in order to reach those timings. The new set is available as a pair of 8GB sticks and is compatible with XMP 2.0 profiles.

Source: Press Release




G.SKILL Announces 32GB Ripjaws DDR4 Set

Category: Memory
Posted: April 4, 2016 03:59PM
Author: Nick Harezga


G.SKILL has announced the latest addition to its Ripjaws DDR4-3000MHz line of memory with a 32GB set comprised of two 16GB sticks. Designed for high-end laptops and small form factor systems using the SO-DIMM form factor, this line of memory runs at CL16 latency with a voltage of 1.2V, helping in situations where lower power consumption is needed most. This kit features XMP 2.0 support for the latest Intel Core processors.

Source: Press Release



HyperX Impact Line Grows with Larger Capacity Modules

Category: Memory
Posted: March 9, 2016 01:55PM
Author: Guest_Jim_*

Today HyperX announced new members of its HyperX Impact DDR4 SODIMM line with the addition of 16 GB modules. Previously the Impact DD4 line was comprised of 4 GB and 8 GB modules, with kits reaching 16 GB. With these new modules though, the line now has 32 GB and 64 GB kits at 2133 MHz and 2400 MHz frequencies, to satisfy the needs of gamers and enthusiasts. Voltages are set at 1.2 V and are XMP ready, and with plug-and-play functionality built into the modules, it is even easier to get the best performance out of your machine.

Source: Press Release



G.SKILL Unveils DDR4-3200MHz 128GB Memory Kit

Category: Memory
Posted: January 29, 2016 05:39AM
Author: Brentt Moore


G.SKILL, the world’s leading manufacturer of extreme performance memory and gaming peripherals, has officially unveiled a new DDR4-3200MHz 128GB memory kit that falls within its Ripjaws V series. The latest kit from G.SKILL is a breakthrough in not only DDR4 memory capacity, but also in speed. The new DDR4-3200MHz 128GB memory kit comes in a 16x8GB configuration, features CL14-14-14-34 timings, and operates at just 1.35V. The memory kit is designed to work on the X99 platform, as the 128GB of capacity is the maximum that an X99 motherboard can support.

The Ripjaws V series DDR4-3200MHz 128GB memory kit is expected to be available to purchase from G.SKILL authorized distribution partners at the end of next month. Those looking to purchase the massive memory kit will have to spend $1069.99 to get their hands on the latest and greatest that the company has to offer.

Source: Press Release



GDDR5X Specifications Released by JEDEC

Category: Memory
Posted: January 23, 2016 09:34AM
Author: Guest_Jim_*

There has been a lot of focus and interest in HBM for graphics cards for quite some time now, as it can offer tremendous performance, increased capacity, and lowered energy, but it is not ideal for every application. While AMD and NVIDIA are planning to use it in higher end graphics cards, the cost of HBM will almost certainly keep it out of mid-range and lower cards. Fortunately those GPUs are not going to be left with just GDDR5 as now JEDEC has officially published the specifications for GDDR5X.

This new memory standard is capable of doubling the performance of GDDR5 with data rates reaching 14 Gb/s. On a 256-bit bus, it will be able to reach a bandwidth of 448 GB/s. It will also achieve this without higher voltages, and the memory chips themselves will be smaller thanks to Micron doubling the density compared to GDDR5. To provide for a smoother transition, the specification does share some aspects with GDDR5, such as the same pseudo open drain (POD) signaling.

While GDDR5X does represent a significant improvement over GDDR5, it is not on the level of HBM, so you will not see this in high-end graphics cards. Instead it will mostly likely be used in less expensive cards, so even those with limited budgets will be able to enjoy superior memory.

Source: WCCFtech



Corsair Releases New 32 GB, 64 GB, and 128 GB DDR4 Kits

Category: Memory
Posted: January 18, 2016 09:15AM
Author: Guest_Jim_*


Corsair has announced three new DDR4 memory kits for its Vengeance LPX series that go from 32 GB up to 128 GB, because there are people who need that much memory and for it to be high performance. That 128 GB kit comes with eight 16 GB sticks with a frequency of 3000 MHz and timings of CL16-18-18-36. This is the company's fastest 128 GB DDR kit ever and is designed for Intel's X99 quad-channel platform.

The Vengeance LPX 64 GB and LPX 32 GB kits both boast high memory frequencies of 3333 MHz and 3600 MHz respectively, and timings of CL16-18-18-36 and CL16-19-19-39. All of the kits run at 1.35 V, come with the Vengeance Airflow cooling system to keep them cool, and support XMP 2.0, so you can take advantage of that if you get any of these kits. The 32 GB kit is available in red or black and both cost $349.99 while the red and black 64 GB kits come in at $549.99. For those who want to the 128 GB kit, which only comes in black, the suggested price is $1174.99.

Source: Press Release




G.SKILL Announces 128GB DDR4 Memory Set

Category: Memory
Posted: January 11, 2016 05:00PM
Author: Nick Harezga


G.SKILL has announced a new set of DDR4 memory to join the Ripjaws V series, a set that it claims is the world's fastest 128GB set of DDR4 memory. The set uses eight sticks of 16GB RAM operating at 1.35V and 3000MHz with Cas Latency 14. Designed for the X99 platform, G.SKILL envisions the memory being used for memory intensive applications, such as "content creation, 3D rendering, scientific calculation, or other professional applications," where low latency memory can further benefit users. The new Ripjaws will be available before the end of the month.

Source: Press Release




G.SKILL Announces 64GB Set of DDR4

Category: Memory
Posted: December 18, 2015 12:49PM
Author: Nick Harezga


G.SKILL has announced updates to its Trident Z and Ripjaws V memory lines with upgrades to both 8GB and 16GB memory modules. The new modules will have speeds up to 3200MHz with CL 14-14-14-35 low latency timings on its 4x16GB set, making it "the fastest DDR4 64GB memory kit by far." The new memory kits are equipped with Intel XMP 2.0 support and are compatible with sixth generation Core processors on the Z170 chipset. Look for the new kits to hit authorized distribution partners before Christmas.

Source: Press Release




G.SKILL Announces New Set of DDR4 Memory

Category: Memory
Posted: November 22, 2015 11:04AM
Author: Nick Harezga


G.SKILL has announced multiple new DDR4 memory kits that utilize 8GB sticks with frequencies ranging from 3600MHz to 4133MHz. The new kits fall under the Trident Z branding and address the "growing demand for high capacity memory kit" while providing "faster transfer memory speed without compromising capacity." The sticks are compatible with the newest sixth generation Intel Core processors on the Z170 chipset and also include the latest XMP 2.0 overclocking profiles for use with compatible systems.

Source: Press Release




Viper Elite DDR4 Memory Released by Patriot

Category: Memory
Posted: November 18, 2015 07:44AM
Author: Brentt Moore


Patriot, a leading manufacturer of computer memory, flash memory, SSDs, mobile accessories, and gaming peripherals, has officially released the Viper Elite DDR4 memory. The latest memory product from Patriot, which is available in red, blue, and gray color options and operates at voltages as low as 1.2V and as high as 1.35V, is intended for the latest Intel 100 series platform. The Viper Elite DDR4 memory lineup is capable of delivering speeds starting at 2400MHz and reaching 3000MHz in all color options, while a 3200MHz option that is geared towards performance is only available in an all-gray setup. Les Henry, the Vice President of Engineering at Patriot, stated that “We want to enable our customers to have the latest and greatest technology at an affordable price and we've done that here; top speeds at an excellent market price."

Consumers can immediately pick up 8, 16, 32, or 64GB kits of Patriot’s Viper Elite memory at physical store locations around the world, as well as online retailers such as Fry's Electronics, Newegg, and Amazon. The newest memory offering from Patriot features an MSRP ranging from $52.99 to $499.00.

Source: Press Release



RAM Speed May Affect Performance in Fallout 4

Category: Memory
Posted: November 13, 2015 05:59PM
Author: Brentt Moore

According to an interesting performance report by Digital Foundry, who tested the PC version of Fallout 4, RAM speed may substantially affect in-game performance. The test utilized an Intel Core i5 4690K along with an NVIDIA TITAN X, which ran the game at 1080p, thereby removing the GPU as a bottleneck. Different speeds of RAM were tested with this setup, and the test found that going from 1600MHz RAM to 2400MHz RAM improved performance by roughly 22 percent. More specifically, 1600MHz RAM was able to achieve an average frame-rate of 54.6, while the 2400MHz RAM stretched out an average frame-rate of 66.9. RAM at 2133MHz was also benchmarked, with an average frame-rate of 61 being achieved.

It is important to note that no timings for the tested RAM were provided, which could change the final conclusion of the performance test by Digital Foundry quite a bit.

Source: WCCFtech



Kingston Announces High Capacity Memory Kits for Savage and Predator Lines

Category: Memory
Posted: November 10, 2015 04:51PM
Author: Nick Harezga


Kingston has announced the addition of high capacity memory kits to a pair of its HyperX offerings, the Savage and Predator lines. The Savage line now has a 128GB offering with eight 16GB sticks running at 2666MHz. The memory has built-in XMP profiles making it optimized for Intel Core i5 and i7 processors on the Intel 100 Series and X99 chipsets. The Predator memory is also available in 16GB sticks but the kits only reach a total capacity of 32GB or 64GB at 3000MHz. The Predator memory line "combines high frequency and aggressive CAS latencies to provide users with one of the fastest solutions in the market."

Source: Press Release



G.SKILL Proudly Announces Ripjaws DDR4 SO-DIMM Series

Category: Memory
Posted: October 30, 2015 05:12PM
Author: Brentt Moore


G.SKILL, the world’s leading manufacturer of extreme performance memory and gaming peripherals, has officially announced the Ripjaws DDR4 SO-DIMM series, which joins existing products within the Ripjaws lineup. The latest DDR4 SO-DIMM product from G.SKILL is built with specially screened components that are thoroughly tested to guarantee maximum performance and reliability, and offer extreme performance of up to 2800MHz through kits that go up to 64GB. The Ripjaws DDR4 SO-DIMM require just 1.2V, which provides cooler temperatures and increased stability, and includes an auto overclocking feature that automatically detects and sets the rated overclock speed when the memory is installed on qualified systems.

Source: Press Release



Patriot Announces Viper 4 DDR Memory Kit

Category: Memory
Posted: October 5, 2015 03:35PM
Author: Nick Harezga


Patriot has announced the addition of a 3600MHz kit to its Viper 4 DDR4 memory line, designed for use with Intel Skylake processors on the 100 series platform. Viper 4 is a dual channel kit with the 3600MHz iteration achieving timings of 17-18-18-36 at 1.35V. This kit will be available in a capacity of 8GB at an MSRP of $169.99. VP of Engineering Les Henry described the new memory stating, "Our Viper 4 Line continues to reach new heights with our latest launch of the new 3600MHz kit paired with the new Intel® Skylake Platform. We will continue to prescreen each IC prior to building the modules to ensure stability and provide unsurpassed performance to our customers." The 3600MHz Viper 4 memory is available immediately in store and online at retailers such as Fry's, Newegg, and Amazon.

Source: Press Release



Kingston Announces HyperX Savage DDR4

Category: Memory
Posted: September 14, 2015 03:36PM
Author: Nick Harezga


Kingston has announced its latest memory kit, the HyperX Savage DDR4 line, which boasts "fast speeds and aggressive timings." The memory is capable of reaching speeds up to 3000MHz with dual stick capacities reaching 64GB. Built in XMP profiles pair with Intel Core i5 or i7 processors using the latest Z170 chipset back to older X99 motherboards. HyperX business manager Lawrence Yang described the release stating, "We are excited to present this new high speed, yet power efficient memory for those gamers and enthusiasts looking to maximize system performance. HyperX Savage DDR4 offers consumers standout performance and with its asymmetrical die-cast aluminum, low-profile heat spreader and matching black PCB a standout look to upgrade any system."

Source: Press Release



New Viper 4 3400MHz Dual Kit Announced by Patriot

Category: Memory
Posted: September 1, 2015 10:47PM
Author: Brentt Moore

Patriot, a leading manufacturer of computer memory, SSDs, mobile accessories, and USB and flash memory, has announced a new 3400MHz dual kit that falls within the Viper 4 DDR4 product line. The latest product from Patriot, which is designed for the latest Intel Skylake core processor and Z170 motherboards and comes in a 2x4GB configuration, consumes just 1.35V, features a custom heat shield, and offers 16-18-18-36 timings. Patriot’s Viper 4 offerings are compatible with XMP 2.0, which allows users to utilize the predetermined memory profile while still being able to manually modify settings, if they should choose to do so. The Vice President of Engineering at Patriot, Les Henry, noted that the Viper 4 3400MHz dual kit is the fastest Viper kit yet, and that "In order to hit these speeds, Patriot will prescreen each IC prior to building the modules to ensure stability."

Patriot is expected to make the Viper 4 dual kits, which are available in speeds ranging from 2400MHz to 3400MHz, available to consumers on September 4. The kits will feature an MSRP of $64.99 through $169.99 and will be offered in stores and at online locations to include Fry’s Electronics, Newegg, and Amazon.

Source: Press Release



Kingston Adds to HyperX FURY and Impact DDR Lines

Category: Memory
Posted: September 1, 2015 03:44PM
Author: Nick Harezga


Kingston has added memory kits to two of the lines under its HyperX brand, FURY DDR3L and Impact DDR4 SO-DIMMs. The additions to the FURY line are described as a low-voltage option requiring only 1.35V. The FURY modules will be available at frequencies of 1600MHz and 1866MHz in dual channel kits of 8GB or 16GB and single sticks of 4GB or 8GB. The HyperX Impact is an entirely new line of memory utilizing the DDR4 standard and is described as "a great high-performance upgrade for notebooks, small form-factor systems, mini PCs, All-in-One PCs and Steam Machines." Impact memory will be available in frequencies ranging from 2133MHz to 2666MHz in dual channel configurations of 8GB or 16GB and 4GB or 8GB single modules. HyperX business manager Lawrence Yang described the new memory stating, "We are happy to have these new HyperX offerings for early adopters and enthusiasts of all levels who want to take advantage of the latest technology."

Source: Press Release



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