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    Crucial 4x4GB 2133MHz DDR4 RAM review

    DDR4 is here and is the next step up from DDR3 RAM, however it will probably take some extra time for DDR4 to be as popular as DDR3, and is currently only a necessary evil for all of us that have decided to move to an X99 based system. Hopefully those that opted to wait for a more mainstream platform from Intel, hopefully soon from AMD also, should get all the benefits of DDR4 and maybe a more attractive price.
    But now is not the time to speak about pricing, or what the future holds for DDR4, now we need to focus on what DDR4 can currently deliver. As an evolution from DDR3 we are introduced to a higher speed, making 2133MHz the standard, and then moving upwards to much higher speeds. We should also expect higher density modules and at the same time there is another major advantage, the lower voltage that DDR4 needs, 1.2 volts making it more efficient.
    Most of this you already know, so let’s not spend any more time on introductions and start taking a look at the Crucial 2133MHz 4x4GB DDR4. As always I will start with the packaging and then move forward to testing.
    Company info.

    It's hard not have heard of the name Crucial, but if you need to you can always find out more info about Crucial, their history, and also their products, simply by clicking the link here.
    Now let’s start this first look by taking a close look at the packaging of the Crucial 2133MHz DDR4 RAM.

    Crucial 2133MHz 4x4GB 2133MHz DDR4

    Let’s start by taking a closer look at the package and what it comes shipped with.
    Packaging


    As we can expect from a value RAM the sticks come in a separate packages, this way you can get exactly the memory that you need, in my case it was 4x4GB. As we can see the memory runs at 2133MHz, and it only uses 1.2 volts. Other than that there isn’t anything out of the ordinary to report. The memory also has a lifetime warranty.

    A look at both sides of the Crucial 2133MHz DDR4 RAM.

    The front side of the memory, there are eight memory chips that are covered by two stickers. On those stickers there is some extra information about the RAM.

    On the back of the DDR4 RAM there is absolutely nothing.

    Also a quick look on the sticker that is in the plastic case.

    Let’s move on and see what Crucial shop has to offer when it comes to RAM.
    Toda a review:
    http://www.myce.com/review/crucial-4...-review-74934/
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    DRAM will remain in short supply this year – analyst

    Even though Samsung Electronics plans to increase its manufacturing capacities for dynamic random access memory later this year, analysts believe that this will not create an oversupply on the DRAM market. The reasons for that are transitions to bigger memory dies as well as growing demand for higher memory capacities in general.
    This year all major manufacturers of smartphones and tablets, including Apple, Samsung Electronics, LG Electronics and other are expected to increase DRAM content per phone. PC manufacturers could also boost DRAM capacities inside their products as a part of preparations for Windows 10 arrival. In addition, the transition to DDR4 memory will be accompanied by transition to 8Gb DRAM ICs to a certain degree. Therefore, the demand for computer memory will increase significantly this year. Thus, even if some DRAM production capacities are added, it is unlikely that they will cause memory prices to drop.
    “Actual situation is: DRAM is in shortage overall,” wrote Srini Sundararajan, an analyst with Summit Research, in a note to clients, reports Tech Trader Daily. “Samsung last year had just enough DRAM chips for itself let alone a dream of supplying to Apple and LG. Samsung is like a mouse in a flywheel running in circles to get back the same capacity this year […] This year they are adding capacity just to make up for loss of capacity from the increased die sizes and the more complicated shrink files. As such, capacity and wafer starts per month is likely to be unchanged.”

    Many believe that Apple’s forthcoming successor of its iPhone 6 (presumably, iPhone 6S) will integrate 2GB of LPDDR3 or LPDDR4 memory instead of 1GB today. This alone would significantly increase demand for computer memory.
    Earlier this week it transpired that Apple decided to ink a DRAM supply contract with Samsung in a bid to get enough memory for its next iPhone. For a couple of years Apple has relied on Micron Technology and SK Hynix as their main DRAM suppliers.
    According to DRAMeXchange, the world’s largest DRAM market tracker, Samsung, SK Hynix and Micron controlled over 93 per cent of the world’s DRAM supply last quarter. Therefore, these three companies also largely controlled memory prices.
    Noticia:
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    HyperX FURY DDR4 Memory- High-capacity Predator DDR4 Kits

    HyperX announced HyperX FURY DDR4 memory. HyperX FURY DDR4 is the first product line to offer automatic overclocking via plug-and-play functionality for the next generation of high-end desktops featuring the Intel X99 chipset and Haswell-E processors. HyperX FURY DDR4 is available in 2133MHz, 2400MHz and 2666MHz frequencies, and in various kits configurations from 8GB to 64GB.
    HyperX FURY DDR4 memory is a cost-efficient high-performance upgrade for Intel 6- and 8-core processors and helps to provide faster video editing, 3D rendering, gaming and AI processing. It takes full advantage of the power efficiency of DDR4 with low 1.2V settings. HyperX FURY DDR4 features a low profile heat spreader in the signature FURY asymmetrical design with black PCB to stand out and complement the latest PC hardware designs.
    In addition to the new FURY DDR4 memory line, HyperX is expanding its high-end Predator DDR4 family with 32GB and 64GB kits for performance seekers and enthusiasts who need the absolute fastest memory in the world. HyperX Predator DDR4 is available in frequencies up to 3000MHz and in various kit configurations.

    "We are excited to expand our HyperX DDR4 offerings with FURY for the entry-level enthusiast who wants to maximize their gaming and user experience with simple plug-and-play memory," said Lawrence Yang, business manager, HyperX. "FURY DDR4 is ideal for someone looking for premium components with faster speeds, high performance with maximum reliability and great aesthetics, all for a minimal investment."

    HyperX is the high-performance product division of Kingston Technology, encompassing high-speed DDR4 and DDR3 memory, SSDs, USB Flash drives, headsets and gaming accessories. Targeted at gamers, overclockers and enthusiasts, HyperX is known throughout the world for quality, performance and innovation. HyperX is committed to eSports as it sponsors over 20 teams globally and is the main sponsor of Intel Extreme Masters. HyperX can be found at many shows including Brasil Game Show, China Joy, DreamHack, gamescom and PAX.

    HyperX FURY DDR4 Features and Specifications:

    • Easy to install: plug-and-play1 functionality
    • Automatic overclocking: reach faster speeds and higher capacities just by installing the memory, no adjustments in BIOS needed
    • Cost-efficient: the perfect combination of price and DDR4 performance
    • Unique: asymmetrical, signature FURY heat spreader
    • Design: low profile, black heat spreader color and matching PCB
    • Reliable: 100% factory tested
    • Compatible: tested with all popular brands of motherboards
    • Guaranteed: lifetime warranty, free technical support
    • Capacities: 8GB, 16GB, 32GB & 64GB kits
    • Frequency: 2133MHz, 2400MHz, 2666MHz
    • CAS Latency: CL14-CL15
    • Voltage: 1.2V
    • Operating Temperature: 0°C to 85°C
    • Storage Temperature: -55°C to 100°C
    • Dimensions: 133.35mm x 34.24mm
    • Compatible: with Intel X99 chipset

    Noticia:
    http://www.guru3d.com/news-story/hyp...ddr4-kits.html
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    Patriot Viper 4 DDR4 16GB 2800MHz, The Viper Strikes (PV416G280C6QK)

    Patriot Viper 4 DDR4 16GB 2800MHz, The Viper Strikes (PV416G280C6QK)

    Posted by: Mark Taliaferro February 26, 2015 in Desktop PCs, Hardware, Memory, Reviews & Articles
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    Founded in 1985, Patriot designs, manufactures and markets high performance, enthusiast memory modules, flash memory, and mobile accessory products with the objective of offering a perfect blend of quality and value for consumers. Happy 30th Patriot! Patriots long tradition of enthusiast ram modules is continued in their Viper 4 Series, DDR4 16GB 2800MHz kit. The Viper 4 2800MHz kit is timed at 16-18-18-36 and should be plug and play with Intels’ XMP profile technology.

    Patriot Viper 4 Series, DDR4 16GB 2800MHz, The Viper Strikes

    Patriot memory has been around almost as long as commercially available desktops and we’ve been using their ram as a staple for more years than we’d care to admit. As the company has grown so has their reputation for high-end enthusiast Ram. We’ll be looking at the Patriot Viper DDR4 16GB 2800MHz which will fit nicely into out Ram memory charts as we have a 2400MHz and 3000MHz kit to run the Viper against. Sitting in the middle of two excellent kits waiting to strike the Viper is sure to leave its mark.
    With low profile Red heatspreaders and the white Viper Logo this Patriot Viper DDR4 16GB 2800MHz, kit is sure to stand out in any system you build it into. The Blazing red of the heat spreader screams “Look at me” and for all the world reminds me of the “Red Dress” scene from the Matrix. Based on a green PCB the PV416G280C6QK (4 x 4GB) 288 pin DDR4 Kit designed for the Intel 2011v3 platform provides much greater bandwidth than previous generations of DDR3.
    Slowly but surely the computer manufacturing industry is eating away at bottlenecks. Starting with 8MHz computers we wire wrapped and OC’d to a blistering 12MHz the battle had rages on for decades now with a slow plodding uphill battle. The processor was a bottleneck, hard drive speeds a bottleneck forever, ram speeds just never measured up. As with many things the hardware would seem to hang forever at two speeds, Slow and overly expensive. Patriot excels at providing enthusiast quality Ram at more affordable prices.
    We are looking forward to putting the Patriot Viper 4 Series DDR4 16GB 2800MHz kit through its paces and will keep a hard eye out for its fangs sinking into the competition.
    Features
    • Series: Viper 4
    • Color: Black Sides Red Top
    • Capacity: 16GB 4 x 4GB)
    • Quad Channel
    • Dimm Type: 288-Pin non-ECC UDIMM
    • Voltage: 1.2V
    • Tested Frequency: PC4-22400 (2800MHz)
    • Tested Timings: 16-18-18-36
    • Base Frequency: PC4-17000 (2133MHz)
    • Base Timings: 15-15-15-36
    • Platform: Intel X99
    • Overclock Feature: XMP 2.0
    Toda a review:
    http://www.bjorn3d.com/2015/02/patri...pv416g280c6qk/
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    Kingston DDR4 SO-DIMMs Receive Validation For Upcoming Xeon D-1500 Product Family

    Kingston Technology Company, Inc., the independent world leader in memory products, today announced its forthcoming 4GB and 8GB ValueRAM® 2133MHz DDR4 ECC SO-DIMMs have received Intel validation. The memory modules are validated for use on the upcoming Intel® Xeon® D-1500 Processor Family (formerly Broadwell-DE). The Xeon D-1500 SoC (System on Chip) Processor family is designed for microservers, networking and storage systems. Kingston’s DDR4 ECC SO-DIMMs offer the low power and high performance needed to support high-density systems as companies seek powerful, yet more energy- and space-efficient solutions that serve specific data center needs. The soon-to-be released DDR4 ECC SO-DIMMs will join previous Kingston DDR3 ECC SO-DIMMs that began shipping in mid-2013 for x86 and ARM-based processors and SoC designs. Kingston ValueRAM is backed by a lifetime warranty, free technical support and legendary Kingston reliability.
    Noticia:
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    DDR4 Industrial Grade Modules Announced by SMART Modular Technologies


    SMART Modular Technologies has announced the availability of its highly reliable DDR4 industrial grade modules. The modules are said to join the company’s very successful DDR3 lineup and target the networking, telecom and industrial applications market, where operating areas consist of harsh environments.
    As with all of SMART’s products, quality is extremely important and this is why each of the DDR4 industrial grade modules undertake extreme tests. The DDR4-2133 1.2V modules are tested with customized tensing programs, test flows and specialized equipment in order to eliminate weak bits and modules likely to fail under temperature tests.
    It is said that SMART’s industrial grade modules are 100% system tested at high speeds, starting with a cold boot at -40°C and working upward to +85°C ambient operation. However, test duration may vary depending on each module’s density.
    SMART’s DDR4 industrial grade modules are said to be ready to operate in a variety of harsh conditions, including base stations and telecom equipment exposed to the elements, single board computers used in industrial, defense, aerospace, kiosk, digital signage applications and densely configured computing applications with limited airflow.
    The memory modules come in a variety of types, including SO-DIMMs up to 16GB, unbuffered and registered DIMMs up to 16GB and 32GB respectively, and Mini-DIMMs up to 16GB.
    Thank you TechPowerUp for providing us with this information
    Noticia:
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    Innodisk Prepares For Intel Skylake Processors With New DDR4 Modules

    Flash and DRAM company Innodisk announced new DDR4 memory modules specifically for Intel's upcoming Skylake Platform. The DDR4 modules announced include both DIMM and compact SO-DIMM module types and are manufactured for use in industrial environments. Skylake processors, set to be released sometime in Q3 2015, will still be backwards compatible with DDR3 modules.
    Innodisk made sure to point out the advantages its DDR4 modules will have over other DDR3 sticks in industrial settings. According to Innodisk, "The new unbuffered long DIMM and compact SO-DIMM memory offerings will feature significantly lower power consumption and higher performance than comparable DDR3 modules."
    When compared to common DDR3 SDRAM modules, Innodisk claims a 30 percent increase in performance and a 20 percent reduction in power consumption. Each module contains a thermal sensor that can provide temperature information for individual module monitoring. Additionally, each module is covered with a conformal coating to help prevent minor environmental damage, an obvious risk when placed into industrial environments, and it uses the extra thick 30u Golden Finger connector.
    The new Innodisk DDR4 series includes four different modules: an embedded DIMM and SO-DIMM, and an embedded DIMM and SO-DIMM for servers. SO-DIMM is the compact cousin of DIMM memory, usually measuring at about half the length of DIMM modules. As for height, the Innodisk SO-DIMM modules measure 30 mm, the standard height, while the UDIMMECC modules measure 31.25 mm.
    All modules run at a frequency of 2133 MHz at 1.2V and are available in either 4 GB or 8 GB sticks. The two server modules are ECC (error-correcting code) unbuffered memory, while the other two are non-ECC unbuffered memory. All modules are compliant with JEDEC Solid State Technology Association memory standards.
    For more information on Innodisk DIMM and SO-DIMM memory modules, visit the company's respective product pages.
    Noticia:
    http://www.tomsitpro.com/articles/in...le,1-2516.html
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    SK Hynix to start production of DRAM using 20nm process tech in 2H 2015

    SK Hynix, the world’s second largest producer of dynamic random access memory, said this week that it would begin to mass-produce DRAM using 20nm fabrication process in the second half of the year. The new manufacturing technology will help the company to better address the needs of the high-end memory market.
    “It is possible from the early second half,” said Park Sung-wook, the chief executive officer of SK Hynix, in response to a question raised by a journalist, reports Korea Herald.
    So far the most advanced fabrication processes of SK Hynix were 25nm and 29nm manufacturing technologies. Thinner 20nm manufacturing process allows DRAM makers to produce 30 per cent more memory dies on a single 300mm wafer than the previous 25nm technology. As a result, the per unit cost of such ICs [integrated circuits] will be lower, which will translate into higher gross margins or ability to sell at lower price points and gain market share.
    Some industry experts believe that 20nm fabrication process is crucial for DRAM manufacturers as they transit to 8Gb chip densities as well as to DDR4 memory type.

    According to DRAMeXchange, the world’s largest DRAM market tracker, SK Hynix made significant progress with yield rate and capacity of 25nm process in Q3 and Q4 2014, which helped it to sustain high profit margins. As a result, the company will keep 25nm production lines for quite some time going forward.
    “We will spare no efforts to achieve our vision of becoming the world’s best memory chip solution company,” said Mr. Park.
    Earlier this year it was reported that Samsung Electronics, the world’s No. 1 DRAM maker, will use 20nm technology for about half of its computer memory products later this year. Samsung began to mass produce DRAMs using 20nm process in the fourth quarter of 2014.
    Micron Technology, the third largest manufacturer of computer memory on the planet, started trial production of memory ICs using 20nm in Q4 2014. The company is expected to ramp up mass production at 20nm node this year, but the volumes will be relatively limited. DRAMeXchange believes that Micron aims process 80 thousand wafers per month using the 20nm technology by the end of 2015. In addition to high-density 8Gb chips, Micron will use the tech for LPDDR3/LPDDR3 as well as hybrid memory cube (HMC) products.
    Noticia:
    http://www.kitguru.net/components/me...ch-in-2h-2015/


    Vamos a ver se com esta redução no processo de fabrico a DDR 4 fica mais barata.
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    Corsair Releases Dominator Platinum DDR4 3400MHz Memory Kits

    Corsair, a worldwide leader in high-performance PC components, today announced the availability of the Dominator Platinum Series DDR4 3400MHz 16GB memory kits which debuted at CES in January. The new kits are performance tuned to run air-cooled at an incredible 3400MHz and beyond on the Gigabyte X99-SOC Champion motherboard. The memory and motherboard duo together create one of the highest performance enthusiast PC platforms currently available.
    The fastest DDR4 memory available from Corsair, the Dominator Platinum 3400MHz 16GB (4x4GB, 16-18-18-36) memory kits have a striking industrial with an orange anodized heat spreader that matches the color scheme on Gigabyte SOC motherboards. Like all Dominator Platinum memory modules, the new kits have patented DHX technology for cooler operation, user-swappable colored “light pipes” for customizable downwash lighting, and Corsair Link compatibility for real-time temperature monitoring. Dominator Platinum memory is built with hand-screened ICs, undergoes rigorous performance testing, and incorporates state-of-the-art cooling for reliable performance in demanding environments.






    “Each Dominator Platinum 3400MHz DDR4 memory module is built with hand-picked ICs and tuned timing parameters to achieve blistering performance on Gigabyte’s X99-SOC Champion extreme overclocking motherboard,” said Thi La, Chief Operating Officer at Corsair. “Achieving insanely fast memory clock speeds is just the beginning. We can’t wait to see the incredible high-performance machines that PC enthusiasts create with them.”
    “Our Gigabyte X99-SOC Champion is engineered with highly optimized trace paths between the processor and DIMM sockets to enable incredible memory clock speeds,” said Colin Brix, Director of Marketing of Gigabyte’s Motherboard Business Unit. “We worked with Corsair to tune an exceptional edition of Dominator Platinum DDR4 that can help overclockers push the X99-SOC Champion to reach unprecedented memory speeds.”
    On March 20, professional overclocker Hicookie set the world record for fastest DDR4 memory frequency using the Corsair Dominator 3400MHz DDR4 memory and Gigabyte X99-SOC Champion motherboard. Using liquid nitrogen, Hicookie established a record-breaking speed of 4365.6MHz.
    The record is documented on hwbot.
    Availability and Warranty
    The Dominator Platinum DDR4 3400MHz 16GB memory kits have an MSRP of $999.99 and are available now. The memory kits are backed by a lifetime warranty.
    Noticia:
    http://www.hardwareheaven.com/conten...hz-memory-kits
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    Eight quad-channel DDR4 kits reviewed: memory for Haswell-E

    Introduction

    During the second half of last year, Intel introduced the Haswell-E CPU series, and along with it, the first processor platform to support DDR4 memory. Plenty of time for us to compare a number of DDR4 memory kits. We put eight of them to the test.
    The new DDR4 memory type has been engineered to operate at lower voltages and to (in the long run) operate at much higher clock frequencies than DDR3. The first official DDR4 standard, which is of course supported by Intel's Haswell-E series of CPUs, operates at 2133 MHz. While there obviously are quite a few DDR3 memory kits that offer speeds of 2133 MHz (and up), you should keep in mind that this is just the baseline for DDR4. Various DDR4 memory kits that guarantee speeds of over 3 GHz are already available for purchase, and we wouldn't be surprised if we end up breaching the 4 GHz barrier down the road.
    The higher clock frequencies of DDR4 do result in higher default latencies, just as was the case during the transition from DDR to DDR2 and from DDR2 to DDR3. The memory kits in our test sample have CAS latencies of 13, 15, or even 16 clock cycles, where latencies of 9, 10, or 11 cycles would be the norm for DDR3-2133 modules. You could thus conclude that given identical clock frequencies, DDR4 memory will be slightly slower than DDR3 memory, and that the primary advantage of DDR4 is that we'll eventually be able to reach much higher clock frequencies. That said, a number of adjustments to the way in which DDR4 memory is controlled do already compensate for most of the performance loss.
    An immediate advantage of DDR4 is the lower voltage and the corresponding reduction in power consumption. DDR4 modules use a default voltage of 1.2V (or 1.35V for kits with very high clocks), whereas 1.5V (or 1.65V for high-end kits) is the norm for DDR3. While a modest reduction in power consumption might not matter much for a high-end Haswell-E desktop, users of regular desktops, laptops, and tablets will certainly appreciate it. Furthermore, saving over a watt per module will certainly be noticed in the server world, where server racks can contain hundreds of memory modules.
    DDR4 memory modules have the same length as DDR3 modules. However, they do feature more pins (284 as opposed to 240), and the central notch is located in a different spot. As a result, it is impossible to accidentally insert a DDR4 module into a DDR3 slot or vice versa.

    Toda a review:
    http://uk.hardware.info/reviews/5984...-for-haswell-e
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    First Single 32GB DDR4 RAM Modules Spotted for Sale


    The first single-stick 32GB DDR4 server memory modules have started selling and it is Kingston who is behind the new large-capacity memory modules. Currently 4GB modules are the norm for DDR3 users with some 8GB modules for the more performance-hungry users, so 32GB is quite a lot.

    The new Kingston DDR4-2133 32GB LRDIMM (model KVR21L15Q4/32) memory specifications are quite ordinary with an operating frequency of 2133, 15-15-15 timings and the low 1.2V operating voltage (1.14 ~ 1.26V), but as server memory they also come with Error Correction Code (ECC).

    You might already have guessed that a rare sized module like this won’t be cheap, and you guessed right. It is priced at 86.280 yen which equals to about £486.77.

    Thanks to Akiba for providing us with this information.
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    Micron begins trial production of DRAM using 10nm-class process tech

    Micron Technology said this week that it had already begun trial production of dynamic random access memory (DRAM) chips using its 10nm-class fabrication process. The manufacturing technology is still under development, but trial production indicates that it is proceeding as planned.
    “1x nanometer DRAM development is also proceeding well and we recently started [to make] the early silicon in Hiroshima,” said Marc Durcan, chief executive officer and chairman of Micron, during a conference call with investors and financial analysts.
    Micron does not reveal exact feature sizes of its 1x-nanometer process technology for DRAM, but typically “x” in the names of semiconductor manufacturing processes means something between 7 and 9 (i.e., 17nm, 18nm or 19nm).

    Ultra-thin process technology will help Micron to lower power consumption and production costs of advanced types of memory, such as DDR4, LPDDR4 and other. Besides, 10nm-class fabrication process will help to boost clock-rates of memory chips.
    Micron started production of DRAM using 20nm process technology in the fourth quarter of 2014. At present the company is ramping up production using the manufacturing tech and plans to start selling new memory chips in high volume in the second half of the year. The transition to 20nm fabrication process is proceeding smoothly with yield ramp exceeding the company’s “plan and results achieved on previous process node introductions.” Micron expects 20nm DRAM ICs [integrated circuits] to represent the majority of its DRAM bits in the first half of calendar year 2016.
    Numerous industry experts think that 20nm manufacturing technology is vital for DRAM producers as they transit to 8Gb chip densities as well as to DDR4 memory type. 10nm-class fabrication process will further help companies like Micron to lower costs and prices of 8Gb DRAM ICs and DDR4 in general.

    Micron did not reveal when does it plan to begin volume production of dynamic random access memory using its 1x-nanometer technology, but it is logical to expect the company to start using the process sometimes in the second half of 2016.
    Micron already mass produces NAND flash memory using 16nm fabrication technology.
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    Corsair Dominator Platinum DDR4-3400 Memory Review

    Introduction and Technical Specifications

    Introduction

    Courtesy of Corsair
    Working in concert with GIGABYTE, Corsair developed the Dominator Platinum DDR4-3400 16GB kit to pair up perfectly with the X99-SOC Champion motherboard. The DDR4 modules feature orange anodized heat spreaders that exactly match the SOC-Champion's color scheme as well as two Dominator Vengeance Platinum memory coolers with integrated orange LEDs. The memory modules are build with hand-screened ICs to ensure the rigorous quality demands necessary for achieving the rated speeds.

    Courtesy of Corsair

    Courtesy of Corsair
    The modules included in the Dominator Platinum DDR4-3400 16GB kit toute many design innovations enabling them to maintain their rated speed, such as the latest version of Corsairs Dominator DHX aluminum heat spreader which directly cools the specially designed PCB and hand-sorted ICs for module construction. The modules are optimized for use with the Intel® Core™ “Haswell-E” CPUs and the Intel X99 platform and include support for the latest version of Intel XMP (Extreme Memory Profile), XMP 2.0.
    Continue reading our review of the Corsair Dominator Platinum memory modules!

    Courtesy of Corsair
    Packaged in with the Dominator Platinum DDR4 modules are 2 sets of the Dominator Airflow Platinum Memory Fan kits. The fan kits are designed to latch onto the board memory slots and blow air downward over the memory modules, ensuring optimal temperature operation. The fan kits are constructed of two 50mm LED fans in the base unit with embedded orange LEDs to match the coloration of the module heat spreaders and the GIGABYTE X99-SOC Champion board.
    Technical Specifications (taken from the Corsair website)
    Dominator Platinum DDR4-3400 Memory Specifications
    Warranty Limited Lifetime
    Fan Included Dominator Airflow Platinum LED Fan
    Heat Spreader Aluminum with DHX
    Memory Configuration Dual / Quad Channel
    Memory Series Dominator Platinum
    Memory Type DDR4
    Package Memory Format Unbuffered DIMM
    Package Memory Pin 288 Pin
    Performance Profile XMP 2.0
    Memory Size 16GB Kit (4 x 4GB)
    SPD Latency 15-15-15-36
    SPD Speed 2133MHz
    SPD Voltage 1.2V
    Speed Rating PC4-27200 (3400MHz)
    Tested Latency 16-18-18-40
    Tested Speed 3400MHz
    Tested Voltage 1.35V
    Dominator Platinum LED Memory Fan kit specifications
    Model 2 x 50mm PWM fan
    Bearing Ball Bearing
    Max. Rotational Speed (+/- 10%) 3,700 RPM
    Max. Airflow 10.6 CFM
    Toda a review:
    http://www.pcper.com/reviews/Memory/...-Memory-Review
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    G.Skill Ripjaws4 2400MHz 32GB DDR4 Memory Kit Review

    The multi-threaded performance of Haswell-E processors makes them ideal for home users with demanding workloads. Video editors, game streamers, and users running virtual machines are some of the audiences who may benefit from up to eight CPU cores running on the Haswell microarchitecture. Those demanding workloads can bring with them a requirement for large amounts of system memory. Combining a set of four 8GB DIMMs clocked at 2400MHz with CL15 timings, we will be taking a look at G.Skill’s Ripjaws4 F4-2400C15Q-32GRK DDR4 memory kit. Can the price increase for a higher density set of memory be offset by making do with a 2400MT/s data rate?

    G.Skill uses a black iteration of its Ripjaws4 heatspreader for the 32GB 2400MHz DDR4 sticks that we received. Technically identical versions are available with blue or red heatspreaders, so matching your system’s colour scheme should not be a problem.
    As is the case for quad-channel memory, if 16GB of DDR4 is not quite enough for your requirements, 32GB is the next logical step up. Many users will be quick to question the need for more than 16GB of system memory, but if you edit high-resolution video, work with large computer simulations or models, or just multi-task in a heavy fashion, 16GB can quickly become a limiting factor.
    My own personal usage sees me editing large sets of high-resolution photographs, while conducting research on sometimes more than 100 browser tabs, and then mixing in some engineering modelling/simulation work or gaming. At that point, 16GB of system memory starts to fill at an alarming rate.

    G.Skill squeezes 16 DDR4 DRAM chips onto a dual-sided PCB in order to provide the 8GB capacity per DIMM. The memory chips are likely to be of the Hynix MFR-based variety.
    An Extreme Memory Profile (XMP) is set to function at 2400MHz with common 15-15-15-35-2T timings and a 1.20V reference voltage.
    Alongside the memory sticks, a shiny red case sticker is included as the sole bundle item.

    Measuring in at 40mm-tall, G.Skill’s choice of heatspreader is sensible – CPU cooler interference is unlikely to cause concern.
    The amount of heat being given off by 1.2V sticks is easily dissipated by the thin metal (presumably aluminium) heatspreader.

    Installing the black-coloured memory kit in a black motherboard creates an appearance free of undesired contrast. Some users may be slightly disappointed by hints of orange on G.Skill’s sticker, although these are difficult to notice when installed inside a chassis.
    As always, credit to G.Skill for using a black PCB rather than the ugly green alternative.

    Specifications:

    • Model Number: F4-2400C15Q-32GRK.
    • Compatible with Intel X99 chipset and Haswell-E processors.
    • Frequency: 2400MHz (PC4-19200).
    • Timings: 15-15-15-35.
    • Voltage: 1.20V.
    • Quad Channel Kit: (4x 8GB).
    • XMP 2.0 Ready.
    • Lifetime Warranty.
    Toda a review:
    http://www.kitguru.net/components/me...ry-kit-review/
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    G.SKILL Ripjaws 4 DDR4 128GB kit is the world's fastest at 2,800MHz

    G.SKILL has written to HEXUS today to inform us of its new 'world's fastest' Ripjaws 4 DDR4 128GB (16GBx8) memory kit. The headline speed rating that the new G.SKILL DDR4 128GB memory kit can attain is 2,800MHz, CL16-16-16-36. This new 1.35V memory kit benefits from the use of high capacity 20nm Samsung memory ICs.

    The G.SKILL Ripjaws 4 DDR4 128GB memory kit comprises eight 16GB memory modules. These are the newest 16GB capacity DDR4 consumer-class memory modules available and were previously reserved for use in servers, according to G.SKILL. Samsung makes these memory chips, manufactured using 8Gb ICs produced on its 20nm fabrication process.
    In your DDR4 system the new kit will run in quad-channel mode. The kit supports Intel XMP 2.0 to provide trouble-free, stable, yet extreme performance overclocking on your X99 motherboard.
    This 128GB memory kit has been validated by G.SKILL on the ASUS X99 Rampage V Extreme motherboard equipped with an Intel Core-i7 5820K Haswell-E processor. You can see a screenshot from G.SKILL's stress-testing of the memory kit below. (click to zoom in)

    As is usual for G.SKILL it will be providing other kits using these 16GB Samsung IC equipped modules. Less capacious kits and kits with speeds rated from DDR4-2133MHz to DDR4-2800MHz will be made available in due course.
    The new memory kit will come with the usual G.SKILL lifetime warranty and support. Pricing and availability of this new 128GB kit is yet to be announced, a product page for this or any other kits based upon the new Samsung ICs is yet to be published.
    Noticia:
    http://hexus.net/tech/news/ram/82630...stest-2800mhz/
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