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Team Group unveils Delta DDR4 memory with LED lighting

Team Group today announced its latest generation of luminous memory targeted at gamers – Delta. The Delta line of DDR4 memory modules integrated AVEXIR’s patented LED lighting technology with Team Group’s aluminum forged high-efficiency heat spreader. The LED illumination provides a steady pulse rhythm, which is likely to appeal to

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AMDNews

AMD’s upcoming AM4 socket gets detailed

An Italian tech website has published a new article that claims to reveal AMD socket AM4 technical details. The website claims that the pins on the AM4 socket will be located on the processor, while the contact points will be included on the socket (µOPGA). The shift to µOPGA will

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MemoryNews

KINGMAX ZEUS DDR4 gaming memory launched

KINGMAX today announced the availability of its new stylish ZEUS DDR4 gaming memory. Sporting a catchy metallic look, the ZEUS DDR4 gaming memory is offered in a range of different color options such as jewel red, star blue, and cool silver. For better heat dissipation, these modules come with an

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Intel

Intel’s ‘Tick-Tock’ strategy winds down as focus shifts to ‘Process-Architecture-Optimization’

Intel's Tick-Tock strategy of introducing an updated manufacturing process in one product cycle, while launching a new microarchitecture in the next, is coming to an end. Intel faced significant roadblocks in sticking to a two-year release cadence for a new microarchitecture, with the vendor finally admitting late last year that the eventual shift

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