Wednesday, January 14, 2015

Start the New Year afresh, upgrading your memory modules with KingMax

What are your New Year resolutions for 2015? If you are looking to start a new year on a different note, why not begin by upgrading your computer? Just as the Chinese proverb says, “A workman must sharpen his tools if he wishes to do his job well,” upgrading your PC will definitely enhance your productivity.

Looking back to 2014, the overwhelming demand in the DRAM market has resulted in almost 6-months of price hike for products from the upstream suppliers. With the launch of its next-gen X99 chipset and Haswell-E processor by Intel, DRAM end products have become instantly popular with various DDR4 products hitting the market. The truth is, DDR4 is very likely to replace DDR3 as the next market standard specification in 2016.

That said, due to the high price point for IC, current DDR4 products are mostly available at a clock speed of 2133MHz. KINGMAX’s DDR4 product lines offer ample supplies of DD4 products in both clock speeds of 2133 MHz and 2400 MHz, with specifications fully compliant with JEDEC’s DDR4 specifications to achieve bandwidths at 17.0 GB/s and 18.2 GB/s respectively. Coupled with features such as low-latency, users will experience dramatic improvement in their productivity with KINGMAX products in this era of big-data and network operations, especially so when it comes to computing systems and business applications.

For the next step, KINGMAX shall continue to strive for higher specifications in order to cater to the needs of overclocking gamers. In fact, we have already completed the verification of relevant DDR4 overclocking products and we are confident that hardcore gamers will soon be able to witness the revolution of extreme speed that DDR4 promises to bring.

With all that excitement aside, KINGMAX has always been very sustainability-conscious in its fulfillment of corporate social responsibilities. The design of KINGMAX’s DDR4 memory modules features a low voltage (1.2V) specification to help users achieve power consumption. Not only that, relevant manufacturing processes have also incorporated eco-friendly measures to reduce carbon footprint and limit virtual water consumption so that we can all be friendlier towards Earth and make our lives better!

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