DDR3

Colorful has introduced its first memory modules, officially adding a new product category that will complement its graphics cards, motherboards, and SSDs. The initial lineup consists of generic DIMMs aimed at system integrators as well as custom modules for gaming PCs. The ColorFire lineup of generic DIMMs consists of 8 GB DDR4-2400 at 1.2 V as well as 8 GB DDR3-1600 at 1.5 V modules that are based on JEDEC-standard PCBs and likely featuring JEDEC-timings for the said speed bins. One thing that is noteworthy about ColorFire DDR4 DIMMs is that they use 16 Gb DDP (dual-die package) memory chips instead of 8 Gb SDP (single-die package) devices. The iGame lineup currently includes only 8 GB DDR4-3200 at 1.35 V modules, but it will be expanded...

Sandy Bridge Memory Scaling: Choosing the Best DDR3

Intel's Second Generation Core processors, based on the Sandy Bridge architecture, include a number of improvements over the previous generation's Nehalem architecture. We’ll be testing one specific area today...

76 by Jared Bell on 7/25/2011

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