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Memory | 29th February 2012
We take a look at the latest G.Skill kit which combines 4GB sticks with 2133MHz speed.
Memory | 6th February 2012
With their own RAM sticks Samsung have redefined what we consider Low Profile to be. Does the performance match up?
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Derrick Huey | 18th August 2010
The next generation of memory standard could allow transfer speeds of up to 4266MHz.
Derrick Huey | 27th July 2010
The JEDEC has published a new DDR3 memory standard to encourage more energy-efficient products.
Tom Logan | 24th July 2010
Gskill introduce a 48GB kit for the EVGA SR2!
Alex Myers | 5th June 2010
Crucial have added temperature monitoring and a new heatspreader design to their newest ballistix kit.
Memory | 15th August 2011
With the ever increasing demand for memory we take a look at a 16GB kit from G.Skill, for the SandyBridge platform.
Memory | 19th May 2011
If you're looking for a fast, high capacity Memory kit for your LGA1155 board, G.Skill might just have what you need.
Memory | 1st April 2011
Today we take a look at a kit from G.Skill that's big on capacity and small on price. How does it fair?
Memory | 14th March 2011
With the adjustment to the P67 platform Kingston have followed suit and brought a LGA1155 specific kit to the table. Does it stack up against it's predecessor?
Memory | 3rd December 2010
Memory speeds are rapidly increasing in the eternal power war. Today we look at the latest offering from G.Skill.
Alex Myers | 2nd June 2010
Corsair have announced 3 new PSUs including a 1200w and the new AirFlow parametric RAM data display.
Alex Myers | 14th May 2010
Developed in collaboration with SandForce, these SSD’s certainly look promising.
Alex Myers | 10th May 2010
Corsair have brought out their new Dominator GTX4 modules, clocked at a blazingly fast 2533MHz.
James Banks | 27th April 2010
G.Skill wasted no time releasing their new DDR3 kit to work with AMD’s latest 6-core processors
James Banks | 18th April 2010
Since its last groundbreaking launch in January 2010, G.Skill has been looking to satisfy the demands of the top overclockers and PC enthusiasts all over the world, which is a challenge in its self. G.Skill together with ASUS managed to give us the world’s fastest memory.
Gaurang Shah | 29th January 2010
Corsair’s complete product line-up of ultra-high-speed memory comes with Intel’s Extreme Memory Profile (XMP) certification, which according to Technical Marketing VP John Beekley is worth the trouble.