The Ripjaws S5 DDR5-6000 C32 hails from renowned memory vendor G.Skill, but is it as performant as the brand's other offerings?
Investigations into the SK hynix ICs in Huawei Mate 60 Pro devices indicates that components are “years-old” stock.
The market is repleted with AMD EXPO memory kits. Can the T-Force Deltaα DDR5-6000 C38 compete with the best?
Lexar's Ares RGB DDR5-6000 memory kit has hit the retail market. Can it keep up with the competition?
The ToughRAM XG RGB DDR5-5600 C36 memory kit looks slow by today's standard but can it convince consumers of its value?
Used DDR4 chips are being re-flashed and sold below market price for new products. This has introduced a glut of supply into the DDR4 market, leading to further drops in DDR4 pricing.
Whether you have oodles of RAM or are barely scraping by, it’s important to know whether your memory is being used efficiently or if something has gone awry.
G.Skill has rolled out its DDR5-7200 48GB non-binary memory kit, but does it provide the performance that consumers need?
PC RAM pricing continues to fall, but at a far slower rate. However, it isn't sustainable for manufacturers to slow production and stockpile in the long term.
BBCube 3D Memory offers much better bandwidth than HBM2E and can be used to connect CPUs and GPUs, say researchers.
G.Skill looks to be readying 48GB dual-channel DDR5 memory kit with EXPO profiles for AMD's AM5 processors.
G.Skill's memory can do wonders with ROG Maximus Z790 Apex, Core i9-13900KS, and some liquid nitrogen.
Our RAM benchmark hierarchy ranks DDR5 and DDR4 memory kits of all frequencies and capacities for any budget.
Here are the best RAM kits we’ve tested: computer memory ideal for gaming, video editing, and graphics-heavy applications.