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Memory | 25th September 2006
Just when you thought that PC2-8500 was impressive, OCZ go and take things one step further by releasing a 2gb kit rated at 1.1ghz (PC2-8800). Lets see what these babies are capable of...
Memory | 12th September 2006
Today i take a look at the blisteringly fast PC2-8500 (DDR2-1066) kit from Kingston to see if all this memory bandwidth is really required!
OC3D Articles ›› Memory
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.
Memory | 15th June 2006
Low latency, high performance DDR2 memory on a budget - is there such a thing? We take a look at Mushkin's HP2-5300 modules to try and find out.
Memory | 1st June 2006
With the launch of AMD's AM2 (DDR2) chipset and some of the latest games needing 2gb of ram to run smoothly, many overclockers are having trouble finding high performance DDR2 2gb kits. Can Mushkin answer our prayers?
Matthew Fogg | 11th July 2007
OCZ Technology Introduces New DDR2 4GB Quad Kits for Memory-Hungry Gaming Systems and Vista Workstations
Jonathan Smith | 6th July 2007
OCZ today released PC2-6400 2GB SODIMM modules, a high-speed addition to their line of premium laptop memory.
Mike Reilly | 3rd July 2007
SuperTalent has realeased a few DDR3 kits for your liking. Find out the specifics and see pictures inside.
Matthew Fogg | 21st June 2007
OCZ Technology Group, today announced their newest OCZ DDR3 product addition.
Jonathan Smith | 20th June 2007
With 2GB becoming the norm, enthusiasts shifting to Vista who need the additional performance will find the OCZ 4GB kit is a suitable upgrade.
Matthew Fogg | 7th June 2007
Kingston Technology has announced the launch of its much anticipated HyperX 1375MHz and ValueRAM 1066MHz double-data-rate, three synchronous dynamic random access memory (DDR3 SDRAM) modules – the cutting-edge of memory technology.