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Sean Tracy at Crytek USA says that "8 gigs can easily be filled up," due to concerns over memory constraints. He added that "games will quickly hit the ceiling of a few gigs of ram."
Mozilla has revealed that one of the most popular Firefox plugins, AdBlock Plus, can potentially consume megabytes, or even gigabytes, of RAM on users' machines during browsing.
AnandTech has performed an analysis on the known hardware of the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, revealing that (at least on paper) the PlayStation 4 has a faster GPU with more memory bandwidth.
Google Glass headsets have been slowly shipping to developers, which can only mean one thing: more information about the device. We now know that Glass has a dual-core CPU and 1GB of RAM.
We knew that entry-level new Windows Phones with 256MB of RAM can't run 5% of the platform's apps - but it now seems that that includes popular titles such as Angry Birds, Tango and PES 2012.
DDR4 memory, the faster, more power-efficient successor to DDR3, will be available in computers by next year, according to Micron. Samples of the upcoming memory type are already shipping.
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AMD has quietly launched a new product line of Radeon-branded RAM PC modules for several segments, including high end PC gaming.
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Corsair, known as a worldwide leader in high performance for personal computers, announced the launch of the new Dominator GT line of ultra high-performance DDR3 memory modules for Intel® Core i7-based systems. The ram sports...