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  1. Zangetsu

    RAM upgrade worth the money

    Hi Folks! I have a laptop having 16GB DDR4 RAM (8 x 2) running in dual channel mode. There are two empty slots and I was thinking of upgrading it to 32GB DDR4 by buying two x8 GB RAMs. But is it worth the upgrade...will I get a significant boost in performance. if the performance increase is...
  2. bssunilreddy

    [Want to Buy] Corsair Vengeance LPX 8GB 2400Mhz DDR4 16R

    Hai, Corsair Vengeance LPX 8GB 2400Mhz DDR4 16R @ 2.5K Anybody from Hyderabad...
  3. G

    Decent laptop around 50k

    1) What is your budget? (INR) -around 50k 2) What size & weight consideration (if any) would you prefer? -15"-16" 3) What are the primary tasks you will be performing with this notebook? -Auto-CAD, MAT-LAB, a bit of gaming, normal daily use including movie, music, internet etc. 4)...
  4. B

    Galax Introduces GALAX HOF DDR4 - 4000 Memory OC Lab Special Edition

    Source: GALAX India - Timeline | Faceboo GALAX’s OC Lab, renowned for its high performance HOF - Hall Of Fame products, used by many top world record holders and overclockers would like to take this opportunity to introduce the new member in the HOF family, the “GALAX HOF 4000Mhz DRAM – OC...
  5. S

    Which G Skill DDR4 RAM to buy

    Hi, I am confused by the various G Skill DDR4 RAM models available in the market. I have narrowed it down to either of the two - 1) 1*16 GB Aegis (G.Skill Gaming Series Aegis F4-2400C15S-16GIS 16GB DDR4) 2) 2 * 8 GB Ripjaws V (RipjawsV DDR4 F4-2400C15D-16GVR 16GB) Both seem to have 10 years...
  6. rakesh_sharma23

    HyperX PREDATOR DDR4 3000MHz Memory Review

    HyperX PREDATOR DDR4 3000MHz Memory Review Since 1998 Kingston has proven to be a reliable brand of all memory and storage solutions and now with popular Intel X99 and Intel Z170 platform Kingston fulfills the memory bandwidth needs for gaming and the extreme high-end desktop...
  7. V

    3D Rendering PC - 55k - Advice

    Proposed Build (Budget around 55k INR) Intel 6th Gen (Skylake) i5 6400 @2.7Ghz Asus H170 Pro Gaming Motherboard (2x8) 16 GB Crucial DDR4 RAM Zebronics 450W PSU Nvidia GTX 750ti (Zotac, Gigabyte, MSI or Asus)? HP Compaq LE2200x 21.5" 1080P Monitor. Hdd, Monitor, Speakers, Keyboard...
  8. rakesh_sharma23

    HyperX FURY DDR4 2666MHz Memory Review

    HyperX FURY DDR4 2666MHz Memory Review HyperX FURY series performance DDR4 memory kit represents a completely unique desktop memory, quite popular with Intel X99 platform users, fulfills the memory bandwidth needs for gaming or the extreme high-end desktop platform. Now with...
  9. sumonpathak

    Asus X99-A review

    From the inception of Intels X99 chipset there's been a constant battle between the motherbaord manufacturers to bring out more boards than the other by mixing and matching different criteria. While other companies at times have a very confusing lineup Asus has their X99 motherboard lineup...
  10. rakesh_sharma23

    G.SKILL Ripjaws4 16GB DDR4 3000MHz Memory Kit Review

    G.SKILL Ripjaws4 16GB DDR4 3000MHz Memory Kit Review G.SKILL Ripjaws 4 series performance DDR4 memory kit represents a completely unique desktop memory, aimed specifically at the latest Intel X99 platform. Whether you are processing large amounts of data or intense gaming Ripjaws 4 memory...
  11. rakesh_sharma23

    Corsair Vengeance LPX 2800MHz DDR4 Review

    Corsair Vengeance LPX 2800MHz DDR4 Review The latest Intel X99 Series platform comes with DDR4 memory form factor offers higher frequencies, greater bandwidth, and lower power consumption than DDR3 modules. Many vendors offers wide range of DDR4 product, but today we are looking and...
  12. V.VAIDYA

    Bad User experience on current PC ,Should I upgrade or wait?

    Desktop is still going strong , but feels sluggish and sometimes irritates me to no end. Browsers take forever to load and slow the whole system down ,I am using chrome 35 and Opera 21. Was considering a SSD upgrade but MB has just 2 SATA ports hence upgrade cancelled. My current pc config is -...
  13. vickybat

    Intel Haswell-E to have 12-16 cores

    That's right people. Haswell-E is all set to replace ivybridge-E cpu's and will have a tdp of 130 watts ranging from 12 - 16 core models. They will feature a new ddr4 memory controller of course with ddr4 support only. They are expected to launch around Q3 2013 Source
  14. sonicspeed

    HD4850 in GDDR4

    this time ati makes a newcomer in ddr4 ram. http://www.techtrance.net/2008/11/pc-hardware-news/powercoler-bring-gddr4-power-to-hd4850/
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