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.
Computer enthusiasts know that not all RAM is created equal and many are willing to pay a premium for RAM that performs better and is more stable when overclocked. Several companies out there make enthusiast class RAM for computers including Patriot Memory. Patriot is unveiling its latest enthusiast RAM offering today.
Any fan of technology knows that the build process used for electronics and memory in our gadgets and computers has a lot to do with the performance, heat output, and battery life of the products the hardware ends up in. Samsung has today announced what it claims to be the industry's first 30nm DRAM.
There are a few big names in the RAM market that gamers, enthusiasts, and overclockers look to when they want RAM for their computers. If you are building a computer for an Intel platform, you will want to look at the Corsair Dominator 2333MHz RAM kit for the Intel P55 platform.
If you are the Tim Allen type of computer geek, you always want more power in your computer. Corsair has just announced a new RAM kit in its Dominator series. The kit is called the CMD24GX3M6A1333C9 Dominator 24GB 1333MHz 9-9-9-24 with Airflow fan. That has to be the longest product name ever.
When the Intel Core i7 processors first started to hit the market many enthusiasts were bummed to find out that the platform supported a maximum of 1.65V for the RAM. That meant that users had to get new memory to go along with the new platform. Intel has now made the new Core i5 CPUs official and Kingston has announced new RAM to go along with the platform.