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NAND flash contract prices to rise through 1H25, says Silicon Motion

Contract market prices for NAND flash memory will rise another 20% in the second quarter, according to Wallace Kou, president and CEO of memory device controller IC supplier Silicon Motion Technology. This upward trend is expected to persist throughout the first half of 2025.

Crucial T705 Gen5 SSD with and without heatsink

Available now! Our fastest just got faster! Hold on tight — the Crucial® T705 Gen5 NVMe® SSD is taking Gen5 performance to the next level. Fuel your gaming, create at the speed of ideas, and power through AI applications with ease with this fully optimized Gen5 masterpiece that works with your motherboard1 heatsink.

Intel Core i9-14900KS packaging revealed as it gets spotted in Vietnam

After Intel’s alleged Core i9-14900KS processor was spotted at a Canadian retailer and in the OCCT benchmark database, it is pretty clear that the CPU is indeed coming to market soon.

AMD updates Ryzen Master to support Ryzen 8000G series APUs, improves Curve Optimizer

AMD has updated its Ryzen Master overclocking and CPU monitoring tool to support its latest Ryzen 8000 series APUs, enabling owners to check their APUs’ temperature and CPU usage, plus overclock them.

China’s CXMT reportedly aims to make HBM memory for AI chips — exotic memory for China’s chipmaking self-sufficiency

ChangXin Memory Technologies (CXMT), China’s leading domestic DRAM maker, plans to build high-bandwidth memory (HBM) used by AI and high-performance computing (HPC) processors, reports Nikkei.

120 Gbps Thunderbolt 5 and more PCIe 5.0 lanes coming to Intel’s Arrow Lake desktop CPUs, Barlow Ridge controller debuts

Arrow Lake desktop CPUs will apparently come with support for Thunderbolt 5, a first, per a leak of internal Intel papers courtesy of @yuuki_ans, a leaker with an impeccable track record. Although the hardware leaker has since deleted their post that contained screenshots of the documents, we saved them prior to their deletion.

Ryzen CPU bug crashes PCs using Firewire devices — old school interface causes new school problems on Linux PCs

A Linux patch is on the way to solve crashing issues when attempting to use Firewire devices on PCs running Ryzen CPUs and Linux (via Phoronix). The unlikely hardware combination has enough Linux users to get attention from the community, and even a fix coming out with Linux 6.7 will be backported to prior Linux kernel releases.

Intel AI-centric chips pave the way for AI everywhere era across devices

At the “AI Everywhere” event, Intel launched the 5th-gen Xeon processor, code-named Emerald Rapids, and Intel Core Ultra mobile processors to compete in an AI era. Intel also showcased the Gaudi3 AI accelerator.

New space-saving RAM sticks that jam up to 128GB of memory in a laptop get industry’s stamp of approval – CAMM2 standard

CAMM, the brand-new form factor for laptop RAM, has officially become a JEDEC standard. Now officially called CAMM2, its adoption by JEDEC means it will almost certainly see increased use in upcoming laptop generations, replacing the older SO-DIMM form factor that had been used for over two decades.

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