If you are a computer enthusiast, you are probably familiar with OCZ. OCZ has been making RAM for computers for a very long time and RAM is what put the company on the map for enthusiasts looking for some speedy memory that was up to the task of overclocking for their rigs.
Back in October, I mentioned that Mushkin had unveiled a new line of RAM called Radioactive that had a cool heat sink design and was made for performance gaming and enthusiast class computer systems. Mushkin is back with some new additions to the Radioactive line of RAM. The kits unveiled in October were covered here.
XDA Developers, you've done it again. In a Thanksgiving treat we can all appreciate, here's some anonymously submitted images given over to XDA Developers Forum displaying no less than some screenshots and photos of what mister anonymous tells us is a Nexus S toting Android 2.3 Gingerbread. Specs include an ArmV7 CPU (which could be dual-core), support for Open GL ES, something like 512 or 328MB RAM (not confirmed), 1 or 2GB internal memory (again, not confirmed), 800 x 480 screen resolution, 4" screen with possible SuperAmoled2, and 720p HD video.
Mushkin is a big name in the market for RAM in the gaming and enthusiast market. The company also offers a full line of general purpose RAM along with SSDs and more. Mushkin has announced a new RAM heat sink that it promises will deliver good looks and better performance for enthusiast class RAM offerings.
Onkyo blasts out its latest Windows 7 Tablet, the TW317A7, powered by an ATOM CPU. This model is actually a TW317A5 loaded with KDDI 3G module letting you access the internet wherever you may roam, and includes a 11.6" screen with 1366×768 resolution, Atom N450, 32GB of SSD, and 1GB of RAM. It also has a magically tiny 0.3 megapixel web camera. Fun!
Silicon Power has a wide range of flash storage products and other gear for computer users. The latest addition to its line of offerings is a new DDR3 RAM kit that might be appealing to computer users looking for a RAM upgrade or building up a new machine.
Kingston has unveiled a new fan for overclockers and enthusiasts that will keep Kingstons HyperX RAM running nice and cool even when overclocked. The company has been offering a fan for a long time for its high-end RAM modules that has dual fans and a blue color on the outside.
Mushkin has unveiled some new RAM kits aimed at the gamer that are called the Radioactive Series. The memory kits are aimed at Intel platforms and include DDR3-1600 kits for LGA 1366 and LGA 1156 platforms. There is also a 2000MHz triple channel kit being offered.
Patriot Memory has unveiled a new addition to its line of performance memory products for computer geeks and enthusiasts everywhere. The new RAM slots into the Viper Xtreme Series of Extreme Performance DDR3 RAM. The RAM uses a custom aluminum and copper heat sink to keep the DRAM chips underneath running cool.
Patriot has announced that it has expanded its robust line of RAM offerings for Mac users with new products that are aimed at the new iMac AIO computers. The new memory is 1333MHz SODIMM modules that have been qualified for use in the latest iMac computers and the modules are offered in 2GB and 4GB kits.