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Do you think memory makers are antsy for next-gen platforms from AMD and Intel to arrive? There is no doubt about it, as evidenced by the suddenly steady stream of DDR5 announcements we are seeing. Geil is the latest the beat its chest over its DDR5 efforts, with the company touting fast kits that exceed JEDEC specifications, in capacities up to 128GB. Let's talk about JEDEC for a moment. Last July, JEDEC released the final specifications for DDR5, noting at the time that initial kits are expected to 4,800MHz. And indeed, we have seen a few announcements hitting those specs already, such as TeamGroup's 16GB DDR5-4800 memory kit. However, JEDEC also left it a bit open-ended, saying DDR5 will deliver... Read more...
Geil launched three new DDR4 RAM kits that will become a core part of its Super Luce RGB Sync product lineup. These new kits joining the Super Luce RGB Sync lineup are the fastest kits introduced in that series to date. Like all other members of Geil's Super Luce RGB Sync family, these new RAM kits come equipped with RGB LED lights. The RAM features support for several RGB LED technologies including Asus Aura Sync, Gigabyte RGB Fusion, MSI Mystic Light Sync, and Asrock Polychrome Sync, which will allow you to synchronize the RAM's RGB LEDs with your motherboard and other RGB LEDs in your system. Each DDR4 RAM stick comes equipped with heat spreaders to help keep the memory from overheating. The... Read more...
It’s time for yet another great giveaway here at HotHardware! This time around we have some awesome AMD Ryzen gear for you, including the HOT 6-core Ryzen 5 1600X (with high performance cooler), 16GB of GEIL DDR4-3200 RAM, and an ASUS Prime B350-Plus motherboard. This kit would make a great foundation for a new build or an easy upgrade to an existing system -- swap out your mobo, CPU, and RAM, and you'll be ready to rock! To be entered into the giveaway, all you have to do is follow the quick and easy guidelines below. If you're brand new here, there might be a few more steps necessary, but otherwise it's pretty simple... 1) Make sure you're a registered member at HotHardware.com. You can... Read more...