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Memory | 19th November 2014
Recently won the lottery and wondered which DDR4 Memory kit to buy? Perhaps the Corsair Dominator Platinum is just the ticket.
Memory | 14th March 2013
Today we're looking at a low voltage kit from Team Xtreem. Is it perfect for overclockers too?
OC3D Articles ›› 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.
Memory | 3rd December 2012
It's rare to find RAM that's been given the bling treatment, but the Dominator Platinum is certainly one.
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.
Matthew Fogg | 13th September 2007
GSKILL release DDR3-1600 modules.
Jonathan Smith | 12th September 2007
Super Talent Technology, a leading manufacturer of DRAM memory modules and flash storage solutions, today announced immediate availability of the world's most advanced DDR3 memory kits, dubbed Project X.
Jonathan Smith | 11th September 2007
OCZ today announced production of the industry's first Intel Extreme Memory modules,.
Jonathan Smith | 31st August 2007
Offers Quantum Leap in Broadband Efficiency, Total Gaming Experience.
Matthew Fogg | 14th August 2007
OCZ Technology Introduces High-Speed DDR3 within the Flex XLC Series for Ultimate Performance and Optimal Cooling Options.
Matt Kemp | 7th August 2007
OCZ have announced a revolutionary system whereby you can set the SPD of your your RAM to whatever speed you can (or it can reach). This has got to be heaven for overclockers. Read on inside...