All posts by Shawn Holmes

  • Arctic Cooling Introduces AMD Threadripper-Ready All-In-One Coolers

    Those of you planning on upgrading to one of AMD’s upcoming Threadripper processors will be happy to know that Arctic Cooling has updated its line of all-in-one coolers to be compatible with the TR4 socket. The Liquid Freezer line...

    • Posted July 21, 2017
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  • Ballistix Tactical Tracer DDR4 Gaming Memory Modules Go RGB

    Ballistix announced new Tactical Tracer DDR4 RGB gaming memory modules. Previously only available in DDR3, these new DDR4 memory modules feature speeds starting at 2,666 MTps, up from the 1,600 MTps of the previous generation Tactical Tracer...

    • Posted July 10, 2017
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  • G.Skill Trident Z RGB 32GB DDR4-3600

    I’m not much for long product names, but Trident Z RGB doesn’t seem too excessive. Add the DDR4-3600 to it, and it’s getting slightly lengthy. Oh, and there’s the CAS 16 rating. Fortunately, G.Skill makes its model...

    • Posted July 9, 2017
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  • Kingston Boosts HyperX Predator DDR4 Frequencies And Capacities

    Kingston announced the expansion of its HyperX Predator-branded DDR4 memory offerings with high density kits running up to 4,000MHz. The new HyperX Predator DDR4 consist of 8 and 16GB single modules capacities as well as kits up...

    • Posted July 8, 2017
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  • G.Skill Brought Its Blazing Fast DDR4-4800 To Computex

    G.Skill didn’t only make good on its promise to bring DDR4-4500 to market this year–it upped the ante by announcing DDR4-4800 at Computex. The company showcased everything from a 32GB DDR4-3466 SO-DIMM memory kit (2 x 16GB) at CL 16...

    • Posted July 7, 2017
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  • G.Skill’s New DDR4 Preps For X299 With Tighter Timings And Higher Capacities

    G.Skill announced new high-speed DDR4 memory with tighter timings specifically designed for Intel’s X-series processors and X299 chipset motherboards. Just a few weeks ago, G.Skill showcased a slew of new memory modules at Computex 2017. At the time, the company had...

    • Posted July 6, 2017
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  • DRAM It: Micron Fab ‘Event’ Could Worsen Global Shortage

    TrendForce reports that Micron suspended the operation of its Fab-2 DRAM production facility on June 1 due to a malfunctioning nitrogen gas dispensing system. Micron responded that while there was an event, it didn’t involve nitrogen leaking....

    • Posted July 5, 2017
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  • Team Group Night Hawk RGB 16GB DDR4-3000

    The T-Force sub-brand is alive and kicking at Team Group, and the firm is finally taking on its DRAM competitors in the RGB arena. Night Hawk RGB modules have been around a few weeks, but it wasn’t...

    • Posted July 4, 2017
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  • Best Memory

    Standard memory is great for standard machines, but Tom’s Hardware readers are always looking for a little more. Whether its more bandwidth for onboard graphics or more capacity for video editing, we’ve covered the entire price scale...

    • Posted July 3, 2017
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  • Team Group Announces T-Force Delta RGB Memory Modules

    Team Group announced its new T-Force Delta RGB memory modules. These new DDR4 memory modules feature speeds starting at 2,000 MTps, and run all the way up to 3,000 MTps. The T-FORCE DELTA RGB memory kits come in...

    • Posted July 2, 2017
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  • Samsung Increases HBM2 Production To Meet Market Demand

    Samsung has increased production of 8GB HBM2 packages to meet emerging market demands. The South Korean company plans to utilize newly finished fabrication facilities to ship more than 50% of its HBM2 in the new 8GB capacity...

    • Posted July 1, 2017
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  • EKWB Reveals MSI X370 Xpower Titanium Monoblock

    Want to put a monoblock on a Ryzen CPU? Now you have a choice of which motherboard you can use. EK Water Blocks revealed a monoblock for MSI’s X370 Xpower Titanium. AMD launched the first wave of the...

    • Posted June 30, 2017
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  • ASRock Z270 Gaming-ITX/ac Motherboard Review

    The Z270 chipset supports some of the best gaming CPUs on the market, so ASRock’s idea to use it in an enthusiast-market mini-ITX board makes some sense. After all, “LAN Box” PCs often exploit small form factors...

    • Posted June 29, 2017
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