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The greatest way to give new life to any PC, and with the best bang for buck, is to upgrade its RAM. PNY has you covered with its new DDR4 Gaming EPIC-X RGB 16GB RAM, available in massive 3200MHz and 3600MHz clock speeds.

PNY has launched its XLR8 Gaming EPIC-X RGB DDR4 Silver 3200MHz and 3600MHz memory products in Australia and New Zealand, giving your PC extreme overclocked performance and a brilliant RGB design.

Published in Hardware

One of the most impactful upgrades you can make to your computer is upgrading its RAM. And what better RAM upgrade than PNY’s XLR8 Gaming DDR4 16GB kit which not only delivers 3600MHz speed but RGB lighting too?

Global memory manufacturer, PNY Technologies, has increased its push into ANZ making available its new XLR8 Gaming RGBTM 3200MHz DDR4 desktop memory range.

Published in Hardware

Game performance-focused RAM vendor, Ballistix, has announced its top 10 tips for being comfortable building your own gaming PC from scratch.

Published in Home Tech

A much faster future has arrived, with Crucial stating its new modules "increase system memory density to fuel memory-intensive server applications and workloads", increase performance and much more.

Published in Hardware
Wednesday, 31 May 2017 09:54

Crucial releases 128GB, DDR4 server memory

Crucial has released a 128GB DDR4, LRDIMM to help cram more memory into servers and Xeon workstations.

Published in Hardware

Crucial has released DDR4 server DIMMs in 8-64GB capacities with a speed of 2666 MT/s for increased performance and bandwidth within data centres and hyper-scale environments.

Published in Hardware

The release of a high capacity, 16GB, DDR4 ‘notebook’ SODIMM is good news for gamers and power users using Intels latest CPUs.

Published in Home Tech
Wednesday, 03 February 2016 08:05

Seasonality, not demand affects computer prices

A small price drop SDRAM in January was caused by seasonality – not a decline in computing devices.

Published in Market

If your server motherboard supports DDR4, 8GB modules per memory slot, and your operating system handles it Crucial has an easy way to upgrade.

Published in Hardware




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