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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!
Memory | 8th July 2006
Low price, average timings, and good looks, but just how well does it perform? Let's find out..
OC3D Articles ›› Memory
Matthew Fogg | 15th March 2007
Corsair has a bunch of goodies at CeBIT including DDR3, heatsinks and and a line of flash memory.
Matthew Fogg | 22nd February 2007
OCZ today unveiled their OCZ PC2-8500 Reaper HPC Series RAM.
Matthew Fogg | 15th February 2007
IBM has found a way to allow memory to deliver data closer to the rate at which processors request it by replacing embedded SRAM in computer chips with a new kind of DRAM developed specifically for use in microprocessors.
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 | 6th February 2007
OCZ Technology Unveils High-Speed, PC2-6400 4GB Dual Channel Kits designed to specifically address the needs of Gamers taking advantage of DirectX 10. Read on to find out more...
Matthew Fogg | 31st January 2007
Super Talent Technology, a leading manufacturer of DRAM memory modules and flash products, today introduced a 2GB DDR2-667 SO-DIMM. Read on to find out more...
Matthew Fogg | 24th January 2007
Contract prices for DDR2 continue to slide in the second half of January 2007. What does this mean for consumers? Read on to find out more...
Mike Reilly | 18th January 2007
Super Talent, a leading memory manufacturer, has announced that they plan to expand their US facility. For more details check inside.
Mike Reilly | 16th January 2007
It seems that the main focus of DDR3 SDRAM will be lowering power consumption. Read inside for more details...
James Napier | 15th January 2007
Fancy winning some lush OCZ DDR2 memory certified for use with ATI Crossfire based systems and compatible with all DDR2 platforms? Look no further than this post for more info!