Corsair has listed a 5,000 MHz DDR4 memory kit on its website. The kit comes in the form of a standard Vengeance LPX kit, consisting of two 8GB modules for a total capacity of just 16GB. However, the most shocking part is the kit’s price tag: Corsair is asking $1,224.99 for it. Corsair must think it has the crème de la crème of ICs for to even consider even selling these. … [Read more...] about Did We Need This? Corsair Lists 5,000 MHz DDR4 RAM Kit for $1,225
256gb ram kit
Software and updates Huawei is still entangled within the Google Android debacle, so the company is continuing to use EMUI, a custom interface built on top of Android. The result is that both the P40 Pro and P30 Pro (after the Android 10 update) no longer come installed with Google Mobile Services. Any new or updated Huawei device, including the P30 Pro and P40 Pro, will be absent of the Play Store, meaning that you will need to rely on Huawei’s own App Gallery and third-party stores like Amazon’s App Store. While some users might find their way around this issue, we believe most will see it as a sharp pain point when using Huawei devices. … [Read more...] about Huawei P40 Pro vs. Huawei P30 Pro: Which is more Pro?
“In the 4th Industrial Revolution, which is represented by 5G, autonomous vehicle, AI, augmented reality (AR), virtual reality (VR), big data, and other applications, DDR5 DRAM can be utilized for next-gen high performance computing (HPC) and AI-based data analysis,” said Sungsoo Ryu, Head of DRAM Product Planning at SK hynix. “DDR5 will also offer a wider range of density based on 16Gb and even 24Gb monolithic die, in order to meet the needs of cloud service customers. By supporting higher density and performance scalability compared to its predecessor, DDR5 has set a firm foothold to lead the era of big data and AI. With this, SK hynix will secure a competitive edge in the premium server market while providing distinguished memory solutions to customers.” … [Read more...] about DDR5 Specifications Land: Up To 8400 MHz, Catering To Systems With Lots of Cores
Suddenlink Suddenlink’s basic internet plans start at $35 per month with modest speeds of up to 100 Mbps and gigabit plans available for $85 per month, but if you’re looking to bundle, the ISP’s basic internet and TV packages might be a better value starting at a very affordable $80 per month. To sweeten the pot, Suddenlink is giving a $150 Amazon gift card and a free two-year HD cable box rental for new customers who bundle internet and TV in select areas. If all you need is fast internet, high-speed 400 Mbps fiber-optic plans are available for $55 per month. … [Read more...] about The best home internet deals for April 2020: AT&T, Spectrum, Optimum and more
Windows 8.1, now with Bing! The Encore 2 is one of the first devices we’ve seen that runs Windows 8.1 with Bing, a lower-cost version of Windows that ships with Bing as the default search engine in Internet Explorer. The new version of the OS also has lower system requirements, which is why this tablet is also one of the first modern Windows devices to ship with just 1GB of RAM. Unfortunately, we can expect to see more in the near future. … [Read more...] about Toshiba Encore 2 review