Computex 2016 Ushers In The Age Of DDR4 RAM

Computex Taipei : This year’s Computex closed curtains, on 4 June. AMD stole most of the thunder this year with some huge announcements. From the promise affordable V.R, to the up and coming Zen Core powered CPUs, it was all quite exciting. Nvidia on the other hand revealed their ambitious plans to venture into A.I development. Intel showed us it’s Broadwell – E. Amidst all the big announcements it was clear that the Desktop P.C, after being on the slow track for almost 4 years is about to take a huge…

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Motherboard Buying Guide – TechARX

Motherboard buying guide

Motherboard Buying Guide So what is a motherboard? And what role does a motherboard play in a Computer? Don’t worry. All your questions will be answered in this article. There is something special about “Motherboard Buying Guide” by TechARX. In this article, we will talk about all the important factors which should be taken care of when it comes to purchasing a motherboard for your build. A motherboard is a very important component which should be given utmost importance. The way your components communicates with each other and the efficiency…

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Playstation Neo Confirmed By AMD – TechARX

Playstation Neo Confirmed ! Words about a new console from Playstation is already reaching ears. Although, no one would guarantee its legitimacy, until today. Playstation Neo confirmed by AMD, well not officially but certainly some of the factors recently surfacing over the internet clearly points at a new chip by AMD. AMD disclosed it’s growth strategy at their “Investor Day” event. AMD’s preparations for the disclosed focal points are in full swing. For Example – AMD sealed the deal with THATIC, the Chinese government-owned investment fund – which will see their…

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How much RAM do you need for smooth gaming :- Guidance

How much RAm you need A- buying Guide

Before I start, let me say a few things about RAM. RAM  is the place in a computer where the operating system, application programs, and data in current use are kept so that they can be quickly reached by the computer’s processor.For gaming purpose lets take a look. Now if we look for the gaming purpose , yes it does play a vital role when we are planning to run heavy applications, games on a computer. Today we will gonna compare the different available sizes of RAM i.e 4 GB…

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Avexir Raiden DDR3 Memory Kit Review

DDR3 memories have came a long way since its release in 2007. While the main underlying design have not changed, we have seen manufacturers experiment with different visual concepts to to make the modest memory more attractive. Today the module we have for testing is a result form one of those experiments; presenting the Avexir Raiden Series DDR3. Before we begin, lets hear what Avexir has to say about the Raiden lineup Raiden series is, a high performance DDR3 gaming memory modules, using world exclusive patented technology of plasma tubes…

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Corsair Vengeance LPX DDR4-2800 Review

Corsair is no stranger to memory. Since they have introduced themselves in this division, their products have enjoyed immense popularity. In India, Corsair and its Vengeance brand exudes almost similar brand confidence as Nokia did back in the days. For DDR4 Corsair has introduced a new SKU under the Vengeance name – the Vengeance LPX, the LPX possibly standing for Low Profile Xtreme. Corsair says that the LPX is designed for high-performance overclocking and features an all-aluminium headspreader and an eight-layer PCB. If we look at their DDR4 product line,…

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G.SKILL RIPJAWS4 DDR4-3000 Review : Fast, fast memory

As I stated in my earlier RAM review, fast memory is still a niche. There are applications that can take advantage of fast, low latency memory, but past 2400MHz the law of diminishing returns kicks in hard. Still there has been a trend off late for fast memory, and that trend is not limited to only overclockers or ultra-high-end boutique system buyers. Manufacturers are quick to grab this opportunity and hence we are seeing higher speed memory modules being introduced. DDR4 is still emerging, and like every new technology the…

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ADATA XPG v3 DDR-2933 Review

Higher frequency RAM is still a niche. The performance improvements on most applications with crazy fast memory diminishes with increasing frequency, and even for gamers anything beyond 2400MHz hardly makes sense. As Dr. Ian Cutress from AnandTech remarked in his article about DDR4 memory scaling: “For professional users, we saw a number of benefits moving to the higher memory ranges, although for only very minor performance gains. Cinebench R15 gave 2%, 7-zip gave 2% and our fluid dynamics Linux benchmark was up +4.3%. The only true benchmark where 2800+ memory…

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TechARX Tech Report : Kingston Hyperx Fury DDR4 2666MHz kit review

Hello and welcome to another episode of TechARX tech Report; today we have a kit of Kingston Hyperx Fury DDR4 2666MHz C16 ram for testing. The review is a mixed bag bear with us till the end. The Fury lineup from Kingston is aimed at mainstream user looking to dip their feet into the DDR4 frenzy at a moderate cost and as such they do not provide something very expensive or very fast.However one shouldn’t assume that these are cheap kits; like their DDR3 counterparts these kits are pretty awesome…

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