HyperX, the gaming division of Kingston Technology, today announced the expansion of its Predator DDR4 RGB and Predator DDR4 memory lineup. The Predator DDR4 RGB is now available in speeds up to 4000MHz and the HyperX Predator DDR4 memory now features expanded speed and capacities up to 128GB and frequencies up to 4133MHz.
KINGMAX Technology Inc., a world leader in high-performance memory products, today announces the launch of Zeus Dragon DDR4 RGB Gaming Memory Module. Ready for RGB glory, Zeus Dragon DDR4 RGB memory features engaging RGB lighting effects that are compatible with proprietary RGB software from major motherboard vendors including ASUS AURA, MSI Mystic Light, ASRock Polychrome and GIGABYTE RGB Fusion.
There will be more and more devices going to utilize Android Adoptable Storage. How do you know which micro SD memory card is fast enough for Adoptable Storage? No worry, SD Association introduces the first and most basic App Performance level, App Performance Class 1 or A1 for short on SD 5.1 to help us all. Yup, your Android devices will perform properly with SD cards that certified with A1 symbol. However, most of the memory cards in the market do not have this yet. How to determine it by ourselves then? I got a solution for that. Read on to find out…
A1 SD Bench is one of my favourite SD card benchmark tools for Android. And it is updated to version 2.0 which 4 benchmark modes support – Quick, Longer, Accurate and Random I/O. It is a free and without advertisement application that can run on all my devices. Besides, it can used to benchmark RAM and memory (USB flash drives and USB HDD too). You can also see others’ results online.
Yeah… There is another good application that installed in my HTC HD2 ~ BattClock. It is on version 1.6 now and more finger friendly compare to version 1.5. Well, as the title mention, BattClock displays time, battery, date, free memory on taskbar. A lot better than Windows Mobile default setting which can only display either time or battery status.