Tests show DDR4 is useless for desktop PC users

Tests show DDR4 is useless for desktop PC users
After years of gestation, DDR4 had its big debut last year at the Computex conference in Taipei, the obvious place to show it off. Memory makers promised parts by the start of this year to coincide with Intel's new chipsets supporting the Haswell-E …
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Intel unveils Broadwell desktop CPU with Iris Pro graphics at GDC 15
When you think about overclocking, generally the first things that come to mind aren't mini PCs and all-in-one desktops. These form factors were developed for convenience first, and performance second, so they tend to receive lower-end or last …
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