Corsair has been a huge front runner for performance memory with their DOMINATOR series and you can Pre-Order your new DDR4 Dominator and Vengenence memory before anyone else gets them. At least in the UK for now. US Competitors will no doubt be following suit very soon.
ADATA Technology today launches the first DDR4 overclocking memory of XPG series – XPG Z1, which supports the latest Intel Haswell-E platform for ultimate performance. With the benefits of DDR4, the XPG Z1 is not only a powerful weapon for gaming, also an important component for overclocking.
Intel is getting ready to release their Haswell-E high-end desktop (HEDT) processors. Recent pricing on these enthusiast desktop parts has been leaked and is showing they are currently higher than their suggested retail price.
While most companies are showcasing DDR4 memory at Computex ADATA actually has theirs running in a system! It looks like ADATA has teamed up with ASRock and is using one of their X99 prototype motherboards.
ADATA has released information on their upcoming XPG V3 DDR3 DRAM modules and their first enthusiast-grade DDR4 modules, the XPG Z1 DDR4 modules. Both of these products will be showcased at Computex next week.
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.
Intel’s Skylake platform is set to succeed Broadwell. There have been many leaks in the past that have said Skylake would support PCI-Express 4.0, but according to VR-Zone this is not true. Luckily though the platform will still have DDR4 support.
While Intel was showing off their DDR4 memory reference test platform at IDF13 San Francisco, Kingston was showing their own DDR4, a massive 192 GB kit! The kit was made up of 12 DDR4 16 GB 2133 MHz modules. Seeing that it was made up of 12 modules we assume that it was running on some sort of server platform rather than a normal desktop platform.