We have seen memory with LED lighting for a while, more recently with Avexir. Well it looks like another company has memory with attractive LED lightning. Panram has recently introduced their Light Sword Series memory that features a unique fiber-optic LED that lights up when the RAM is in use.
Samsung today announced that it is mass producing the most advanced DDR3 memory, based on a new 20 nanometer process technology, for use in a wide range of computing applications. Samsung has pushed the envelope of DRAM scaling, while utilizing currently available immersion ArF lithography, in its roll-out of the industry’s most advanced 20-nanometer (nm) 4-gigabit (Gb) DDR3 DRAM.
Our friends over at Avexir has just sent us news that their new Blitz Red Dragon 1.1 Memory Series is now available. These modules are built from a black PCB and superimposed black and red color heatspreaders with unique stylistic design showing a red dragon. At the top of memory manufacturer installed red lights, which gently pulsates as if our RAM was actually breathing.
Kingston had a little treat at their CES showcase this year. They had DDR4 and not only that they had a working DDR4 platform! They were showing off 384 GB of DDR4 memory running on a 2P future Intel server reference platform.
The new eight gigabit (GB), low power double data rate 4 (LPDDR4), mobile DRAM is the industry’s very first innovative memory technology and has been devised by Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. This comes as no surprise because Samsung has already been known as a leader in this memory field.
Avexir’s new series have been designed in such a way that they are related to the most recent motherboards which are now available in the market. This has helped the whole system to be transformed into a state of the art masterpiece and it was designed from scratch by one author. If we take the example of the Avexir Blitz 1.1 OCF, it has a blackish yellow heat-sink and yellow LED and this combination makes it a perfect match for the ASRock Z87 OC Formula motherboard.
G.Skill must be really proud to have received the Advanced Tested certification for their 4 GB and 8 GB 1866MHz DDR3L (low voltage, 1.35v) SO-DIMMs on the Intel NUC D53427RKE platform with the Core i5 Ivy Bridge processor. This certification was delivered by the Computer Memory Test Labs which are more commonly known as the CMTL.
Standard-height DDR3 memory modules with higher performance rates have been announced by G.Skill. The AEGIS line of memory modules has been introduced for gaming PC builds and is already guaranteeing the high performance which everyone desires. These will launch and fall under the sub $100 price-points and will come with lifetime warranties.
OWC (Other World Computing) has recently announced that a memory upgrade kit will be available for the 2013 iMac models of 27 inches. This newest memory upgrade by OWC will be available in different variants which will range from 8 GB till 32 GB. With memory extensions influencing consumer choice and being so influential nowadays, this was a clever offer by OWC.
Crucial has recently added a new line to their Ballistix Series of enthusiast memory. The Ballistix Sport XT is part of Ballistix Sport series and Crucial has aimed this kits specifically at gamers. Crucial has improved the heat spreader by making it larger, which gives it more surface area for better heat dissipation. Sport XT modules run at speeds all the way up to 1866 MHz and are available in 4GB and 8GB densities. Today we are going to be taking a look at the BLS4K4G3D18ADS3 kit, which is a 16 GB (4×4 GB) kit that runs at 1866 MHz with timings of 10-10-10-30 at 1.5v. Let’s put this memory to the test and see it is worth getting for your next build!