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Nvidia to use GDDR5X memory with next generation GPUs

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.

» GPU & Displays - 13th October 2015

Overclock3D's Weekly Review Roundup - 04/05/08

Yet another good week for the tech news and reviews.

» Misc Hardware - 4th May 2008

Overclock3D's Weekly Review Roundup - 18/05/08

A variety of stuff, seems to be a good a week for news.

» Misc Hardware - 18th May 2008

Overclock3D's Weekly Review Roundup - 01/06/08

A good week of tech news all in one little article.

» Misc Hardware - 1st June 2008

More GT200 Series News

Pictures of the 55nm refresh of the GTX260 as well as the name of the GX2 card have been released

» GPU & Displays - 7th December 2008

Overclock3D's Weekly Review Roundup - 15/06/08

The amount of news this week is amazing, check the best bits here.

» Misc Hardware - 15th June 2008

Now Recruiting

Calling Clark Kent & Lois Lane! OC3D Needs you for its expanding news team!

» Misc Hardware - 21st July 2009

MW2 Banned in Russia and Activision want Pay-to-Play

More news about Infinity Ward's behemoth

» Software - 17th November 2009

BFG Going Down For Good

Denial of service, liquidation, it's all bad news out of this former Nvidia card manufacturer.

» GPU & Displays - 17th August 2010

Kingston Technology Rolls Out DDR3 Memory

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.

» Memory - 7th June 2007

G.Skill Unleashes RipJawsX Memory Kits for Sandy Bridge

High performance memory maker G.Skill today announced the unveiling of its all new RipJawsX series memory modules for Intel’s Sandy Bridge LGA 1155 processors.

» Memory - 8th February 2011

Retail staff reports high levels of mining performance on AMD's RX Vega

This is not good news for gamers...

» GPU & Displays - 3rd August 2017

SK Hynix updates their product catalog with HMB2 memory

SK Hynix has updated their product catalog with HMB2 memory, with each module sporting 4GB of memory and 204.8GB/s of bandwidth.

» GPU & Displays - 31st January 2017

G.Skill announces their new 4x8GB 4400MHz DDR4 memory kit

This memory comes with CL19 timings and is designed for Z370 motherboards.

» Memory - 17th November 2017

Micron begins sampling GDDR5X memory chips

Micron has started sampling GDDR5X memory chips to customers, offering chips of 1GB and 2GB storage densities which allow GPUs to be built with 8GB or 16GB or VRAM with just a 256-bit memory bus.

» GPU & Displays - 24th March 2016

WhatsApp is rumoured to be creating a unsend feature to delete unread texts

Great news for those who send embarrassing text messages.

» Software - 13th September 2017

G.Skill FLARE PC3-16000 Memory Review

Interested in some of the fastest Socket AM3 memory that money can buy? Read on...

» Memory - 8th October 2010

The price of DDR4 memory is increasing

In recent months the price of DDR4 memory has been increasing due to the increasing DDR4 demand from the smartphone market and reduced memory supply.

» Memory - 27th October 2016

Scotland Decides NO

While the Big news in the GPU world is Maxwell, as UK based Site we simply can't ignore how our Scottish Brothers voted yesterday.

» Misc Hardware - 19th September 2014

G.Skill releases 3800MHz SO-DIMM memory kits for MITX HEDT motherboards

This memory is designed almost specifically for ASRock's X299E-ITX/ac motherboard

» Memory - 20th October 2017

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