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All Blog Posts by Kris Kido

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NVIDIA Launches GTX1080 with Micron GDDR5X

This past weekend, I had the honor of attending the launch of NVIDIA’s new GeForce GTX 10-series graphics cards in Austin, TX. NVIDIA hit a home run. These new cards are absolutely incredible....

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GDDR5X has Arrived

In a September blog post, I mentioned that Micron will be announcing the launch of a new graphics memory in 2016: GDDR5X. An evolution of the existing GDDR5 specification, GDDR5X was developed with...

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Next-Gen Graphics Products Get Extreme Speed From Latest Graphics Memory Solutions

Exciting things are happening in the graphics market: the development of next-generation gaming products, increased availability and adoption of UHD/4K (both hardware and content), and advancements...

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Looking to Save Space in Your Ultrathin Design?

Today’s ultrathins are all about being the sleekest, lightest, and highest-performance devices available—and we have the DRAM solutions to help you get there. Let’s look at how Micron’s new DRAM...

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DDR3L-RS: Reducing DRAM Power Consumption in Standby

Standby power savings are becoming increasingly important as computing devices continue to shrink leaving less room for large batteries, and come loaded with advanced features such as instant-on...

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Made for One Another: SSDs and Ultrathins

Ultrathin notebooks are a new breed of mobile devices that boast the portability of a tablet and the power of a laptop. The broad range of the target market, from business people to college...

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Look Out Laptops; Ultrathins are Moving In

The brutal fight to stay relevant in the rapidly changing client computing market spurred CPU vendors and computer OEMs to rethink their approach to personal computing. They went back to the...

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