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Not a huge amount of news this week but still news none the less.
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German-Korean research team produces a permanent memory using a new procedure and thereby sets a memory density record.
OCZ has stepped in to fill the gap of ultra fast memory modules for notebooks with its extra memory profiles based SODIMM memory modules.
Patriot Memory have announced the expansion of their highly successful Viper Xtreme Series of memory kits with the addition of six new memory modules.
Leading memory manufacturer G.Skill today joined the race with the launch of its RipjawsX series memory modules.
Exceleram, the new player in the memory market from Germany does not seems to believe in causing small ripples - the manufacturer has stirred up the pond with the release of eight memory kits at a single shot.
Memory and flash memory products manufacturer ADATA technology today announced the release of their latest Micro Memory Card Reader.
Leading memory and storage manufacturer OCZ Technology is gearing up to move out of the memory business.
Hot on the heels of Corsairs 3300MHz DDR4 Memory, G.Skill just manages to snatch the lead again with their New 3333MHz DDR4 memory.
Leading memory manufacturer Patriot Memory has updated its Viper Xtreme series of memory modules to match Sandy Bridge specifications.
Imran Haque, a member of the Folding@Home team has taken it upon himself to develop a memory tester to test for "soft errors" in the GPU memory or logic for NVIDIA CUDA-enabled GPUs.
Kingston is taking next generation memory to new levels with the announcement of our new 1800MHz HyperX 14400 series DDR3 memory
It is now rumored that Nvidia will be using GDDR5X memory with some of their upcoming Pascal GPUs, offering double the speeds of GDDR5 memory.
Another busy weeks news all in one little article
Kingston Technology has announced the launch of its much anticipated HyperX 1375MHz and ValueRAM 1066MHz double-data-rate, three synchronous dynamic random access memory (DDR3 SDRAM) modules – the cutting-edge of memory technology.
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