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Overview of Kingston HyperX Fury DDR4 memory modules (HX424C15FBK4 / 32 and HX421C14FBK4 / 32) / Processors and memory

Together with one of the main novelties of the past year – the LGA2011-v3 platform and Haswell-E processors – the new memory, DDR4 SDRAM, also began to come into use. But, unlike fresh processors and motherboards, at the time of its appearance on the market this memory could not hit the public either with sky-high […]

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Overview of Kingston HyperX Savage DDR3 memory modules (HX318C9SRK4 / 32 and HX324C11SRK4 / 32) / Processors and memory

The memory standard DDR4 SDRAM came to personal computers about a year ago. But despite this, it has not gained much popularity, as until recently there was only one platform with its support – LGA2011-3. It is clear that such a premium high-performance platform could not become a good conductor of the new technology on […]

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Overview of memory modules Kingston HyperX Fury DDR4-2666 (HX426C15FBK2 / 16) / Processors and memory

In recent months, we have witnessed a serious decline in the prices of computer memory. Globally, this process was influenced by quite ordinary market factors: weak demand and excess supply. However, if you pay attention to the cost of individual types of memory, there is another tendency: the new DDR4 SDRAM loses in price much […]

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Overview of memory modules Kingston HyperX Fury DDR3L-1866 (HX318LC11FBK2 / 8) / Processors and memory

To be honest, we thought that we would not have to do DDR3 SDRAM tests. After the appearance of the LGA1151 and LGA2011-3 platforms, this standard systematically yields to the place of newer and faster DDR4 memory, and the replacement process is very fast. So, it is predicted that DDR4 will dominate DDR3 in the […]

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