Patriot announced a new extreme performance RAM kit for enthusiasts called the Sector 7 Extreme Edition. The RAM kit is for triple channel Intel X58 platforms. Patriot designed the kit for overclockers and gamers looking to squeeze all the performance they can from the X58 platform.
We may be half way through 2010 already, but iSuppli has just released the rankings for memory makers for 2009. The company looks at market share and revenue to determine the leader in the global market.
About a week back I mentioned that Corsair had upped the speed on its Dominator GTX4 DDR3 RAM kit to 2533MHz with timings of 9-11-10-30 at 1.65V on the Intel Core i7 platform. That RAM kit is fast right out of the box, but Corsair wanted to prove it is fast for AMD systems too. The company has announced that it used that RAM kit to break a world record on AMD processors.
Corsair is one of the most popular companies for enthusiast and mainstream memory products for computers. The firm has been announcing blazing fast DDR3 RAM kits for Intel platforms recently in its Dominator GTX family.
RAM doesn’t mean much to the masses as long as the computer has enough to run iTunes and Farmville at the same time. When it comes to gamers and enthusiasts though, the RAM in their machines is just as important as the CPU. Back in February Patriot unveiled a new enthusiast memory product called the Viper II Sector 5 kit.
Any person who really likes something be it computers or cars or anything else wants them to perform their best. In the computer world, better performance often boils down to faster clock speeds for memory and other components inside a computer.
Kingston has a huge range of memory for computers that will fit just about every notebook and desktop platform out there. The company also has a full line of flash drives and SSDs as well. Kingston has announced a new line of memory today claimed to be the world's fastest low-voltage, ultra-low voltage performance memory.
Samsung has been very big on new green memory products for servers and other computer systems recently. Earlier this month Samsung was touting its new 30nm DDR3 DRAM modules as the greenest in the industry. Samsung is now announcing the industry's first volume production 40nm DDR3 4Gb modules.