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.
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.
Samsung has announced that it is now mass-producing 40nm-class 8GB DDR3 RAM modules for notebooks. The new RAM is in the form of SoDIMM modules and is being made in UDIMM modules as well. The high-density chips are aimed at the workstation market for CAD/CAM engineers and other pros that need lots of RAM.
OCZ made its name in enthusiast memory for computers and has continued to offer popular products in the memory market while it has expanded over the years into other things like SSDs and PSUs. OCZ has pulled the wraps off several new RAM products with some new Ultra-Low and Extreme-Low voltage RAM kits for enthusiasts.
Corsair's ePeen has just got a bit larger thanks to the capture of a couple new records for DDR3 memory performance. The RAM used to break the records is the Corsair Dominator GT GTX6 modules. The RAM was able to break the records for dual-channel memory frequency at CAS 7 and CAS 8.
If you plan on ordering one of the new updated iMac computers that Apple unveiled this week, you can save yourself a bit of green by getting the most basic amount of RAM. Apple isn't known for offering good deals when you upgrade memory.
Mac specialty shop OWC has announced memory upgrades specifically for the new iMac computers. Buyers can get 2GB of PC10600 1333MHz SO-DIMM RAM for $59.99. If that isn’t enough RAM for you a 4GB kit of the same stuff with a pair of 2GB modules will set you back $117.99.
If you want that 4GB of RAM in a single module, you can get it for $144.99. OWC also has kits with 8GB via a pair of those 4GB modules for $279.99 and a 16GB kit with four of the 4GB modules for $549.99.