Memory

Just shy of a year ago, SK Hynix threw their hat into the ring, as it were, by becoming the second company to announce memory based on the HBM2E standard. Now the company has announced that their improved high-speed, high density memory has gone into mass production, offering transfer rates up to 3.6 Gbps/pin, and capacities of up to 16GB per stack. As a quick refresher, HBM2E is a small update to the HBM2 standard to improve its performance, serving as a mid-generational kicker of sorts to allow for higher clockspeeds, higher densities (up to 24GB with 12 layers), and the underlying changes that are required to make those happen. Samsung was the first memory vendor to ship HBM2E with their 16GB/stack Flashbolt memory, which...

Searching for the Memory Holy Grail: Part 1

One of the questions we are often asked is whether a particular motherboard can run with four DIMMs. With the Intel 875/865 Dual-Channel boards, we are realizing that...

42 by Wesley Fink on 7/27/2003

865PE & 875P Memory Guide

After hours and hours of testing we have finally completed memory module testing on the most popular 865PE and 875P motherboards using the latest BIOSes available. Read on to...

10 by Evan Lieb on 6/9/2003

Memory Module Technologies: TCP, EPOC and FEMMA

Recent developments in DIMM technologies allow unprecedented densities to be squeezed onto a low profile 1.2 inch DIMM. Join us as we take a look at the new...

0 by Andy Hui on 8/26/2002

Weekly Memory & Motherboard Price Guide: April 2001 1st Edition

Higher bandwidth memory solutions fall in price once again, it's clear where the market is headed and PC133 isn't it. Find out what the best buys are in...

0 by Kiran Venkatesh on 4/1/2001

Weekly Memory & Motherboard Price Guide: March 2001 1st Edition

It's Price Guide time and what a time it is to purchase memory and motherboards. The prices of Socket-A motherboards and the rest of the boards in general...

0 by Kiran Venkatesh on 3/2/2001

Rambus DRAM Part 2: Performance

Last week we took a look at the theory behind the need for a higher bandwidth solution and illustrated that RDRAM was a solution that could potentially fit the...

0 by Anand Lal Shimpi on 5/22/2000

Rambus DRAM: Uncovering Facts & Burying Rumors

There is a lot of misinformation floating around the 'net regarding a little company known as Rambus and their extremely expensive memory technology. Would you believe that we...

2 by Anand Lal Shimpi on 5/15/2000

PC133 SDRAM Roundup - April 2000

For the first time in a year we take a look at the latest SDRAM modules out on the market and crown a winner. This time around the...

0 by Anand Lal Shimpi on 4/3/2000

RAM Guide

0 by Anand Lal Shimpi on 11/17/1997

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