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Memory | 14th March 2013
Today we're looking at a low voltage kit from Team Xtreem. Is it perfect for overclockers too?
Memory | 15th February 2013
Today we take a look at a memory kit from a brand new to OC3D, Avexir. We have to say you're in for a surprise.
OC3D Articles ›› Memory
Matthew Fogg | 18th January 2008
4GB Platinum Edition Memory to offer Mainstream Enthusiasts an Affordable Overclocking Kit
Matthew Fogg | 11th January 2008
Apacer Technology has launched a new 4GB (2GBx2) DDR2-800MHz dual-channel memory module pack for desktop PCs
Nic Crane | 22nd November 2007
Mushkin Inc, a global leader in high-performance computer products, today announced the availability of its EM3 and SP3 DDR3 modules
Memory | 28th September 2012
With the quest for faster memory accelerating, we take a look at the Predator from Kingston, running at 2666MHz.
Memory | 12th September 2012
Today we take a look at a monster memory kit from G.Skill. 32GBs of 2400MHz goodness. How does it stack up?
Memory | 29th June 2012
Today we take a look at a blazing 2400MHz kit from G.Skill. Does the extra speed pay dividends?
Memory | 25th April 2012
With the recent LGA2011 supporting Quad Channel Memory, the manufacturers are swift to take up the challenge. Cue the Mushkin Redline.
Memory | 7th March 2012
Today we take a look at a nicely balanced kit from Crucial, the Ballistix Elite.
Jonathan Smith | 19th October 2007
OCZ today announced two new PC2-6400 Titanium Edition dual channel kits. These modules feature enhanced timings with low latencies.
Jonathan Smith | 10th October 2007
OCZ Technology Group, Inc. today announced the latest addition to the award-winning OCZ NVIDIA® SLITM certified series.
Matthew Fogg | 8th October 2007
Kingston is taking next generation memory to new levels with the announcement of our new 1800MHz HyperX 14400 series DDR3 memory
Matthew Fogg | 30th September 2007
G.Skill Solemnly Released DDR2-1000 CL5 4GB kit
Matthew Fogg | 24th September 2007
Crucial Ballistix DDR3 Designed with DRAM chips from Micron Technology.
Nic Crane | 18th September 2007
Super Talent's Project X DDR3 memory announced last week was designed from the beginning with native support for XMP.