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Memory | 8th July 2006
Low price, average timings, and good looks, but just how well does it perform? Let's find out..
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.
OC3D Articles ›› Memory
Matthew Fogg | 12th December 2006
IBM, Macronix & Qimonda Show Off Their New Memory Chip Technology. Read on to find out more...
James Napier | 11th December 2006
In the spirit of the festive season Overclock3D and Super Talent are giving every OC3D member the chance to bulk up their Christmas stocking in this great give-away.
Matthew Fogg | 7th December 2006
Super Talent Technology, a world leader in memory modules and flash products, today announced general availability of 2 Gigabyte 667MHz DDR2 ECC Registered DIMMs (RDIMMs) and 2 Gigabyte 667MHz DDR2 Fully Buffered DIMMs (FB-DIMMs).
Matthew Fogg | 24th November 2006
Mushkin Enhanced, a leading manufacturer in high performance computer components, is proud to announce the addition of the new XP2-8500 memory modules to its XP DDR2 lineup. Read on to find out more...
Matthew Fogg | 21st November 2006
OCZ Technology Unveils the PC2-9200 FlexXLC Modules - The World's fastest memory now integrated with a Premium Hybrid Cooling Solution
Matthew Fogg | 18th November 2006
OCZ Technology Group, a worldwide leader in innovative, ultra-high performance and high reliability memory, today unveiled the premier memory overclocking accessory, the OCZ XTC Cooler. Read on to find out more...
Matthew Fogg | 17th November 2006
OCZ Technology Group today unveiled the new OCZ System Elite memory product family, a clear-cut means for system integrators to select the best possible memory solution for new builds or total system enhancement. Read on to find out more.
Matthew Fogg | 9th November 2006
OCZ Technology, a worldwide leader in innovative ultra high performance and high reliability memory, today unveiled the new and improved OCZ NVIDIA® SLI™-Ready branded memory product family.