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Memory | 13th February 2015
As DDR4 begins to come in at the top end of the market we take a look at the blistering G.Skill Ripjaws 4 kit.
Memory | 15th December 2014
Today we look at the latest heatspreader from Kingston and put their 2400MHz kit through its paces.
OC3D Articles ›› Memory
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.
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.
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?
Matthew Fogg | 3rd August 2007
Super Talent Technology, a leading manufacturer of DRAM memory modules and flash storage solutions, has announced the world's fastest production DDR3 kit.
Derrek Huey | 27th July 2007
AMD announces their new Socket G3 Memory Extender technology for enhanced server memory performance.
Matthew Fogg | 26th July 2007
OCZ Technology Group has expanded their memory lineup for AMD enthusiasts and power users with new high-density 8GB “Quad Kits.”
Jonathan Smith | 20th July 2007
Days after announcing the 1600MHz DDR3, OCZ unleash 1800MHz DDR3.
Jonathan Smith | 18th July 2007
OCZ Announces Enhanced Bandwidth High Performance 1600MHz Modules.
Jonathan Smith | 13th July 2007
Kingston Technology has announced it is first to market with ultra low-latency PC3 1375MHz DDR3 HyperX memory modules.