Yes, you've heard it right... Samsung has announced that it will release 512GB solid state drives! The featured product is already entering mass production phases as earlier said by the Korean company. It has been said that these magnificent products will enter the mainstream market in notebooks at the end of this year.

The Samsung 512GB SSD will take advantage of the newer multi-level flash technology and even comes with its own controller. Read speeds on this awesome component will be able to reach up to 500 MB/s and write speeds of about 350 MB/s, which are still pretty decent.
Samsung 512GB SSD (SATA 6.0Gbps)
Although there has been no word on how much these component will cause, it will probably run for a high pricey edge. Though it may take a while before this product line will reach the Philippines (maybe early 2012), it's still a good point to look forward to the upcoming better components Samsung has to offer.
If one hears AMD or Radeon, one thing pops in our mind. It's simply the hardcore processor or the astounding graphic cards which are very popular throughout gamers and enthusiasts alike. But this time around, we're in for a shocker. One of our favourite processor companies, AMD has established a new line of memory modules. Yup, you heard me right - AMD Memory!

Well, like all other brands, AMD categorized their memory product lines into different segments serving different consumer needs - ultra pro gaming, entertainment, and business enterprise types. These memory lines seem to have found their way in Japan. AMD ultra pro gaming modules clocks at 1600 MHz with a latency of 11-11-11, entertainment memory type seems to be pegged at 1333MHz with a slightly faster latency of 9-9-9 and business enterprise types clocks were not yet posted, even in the AMD website.

So far these memory modules are still out in Japan and basically limited only to 2GB sticks. While it may seem to be a good idea to set up a system purely based in the AMD pyramid, we'll just have to sit back and wait for it to reach our Filipino computer outlets. 
AMD Radeon Memory 2GB. Source: Akiba PC Hotline


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