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Memory | 8th September 2010
Having recently taken the World record for memory overclock speed we had to take a look at the Hyper-X Dual-Channel ourselves
Memory | 19th July 2010
4GB density RAM sticks are starting to appear on the market, so it was time for OC3D to have a look at one. Mushkin obliged...
OC3D Articles ›› Memory
James Riley | 31st December 2013
We show you how to manually configure your RAM frequency, timings and voltage.
Danny Cosker | 31st August 2013
Kingston products are known to deliver performance and reliability at competitive prices, but what about style? They do that too.
Jonathan Stones | 7th June 2013
Corsair are well known for their good looking products, and this new addition to their RAM lineup is no different. We give it a quick look to see how it is in person.
Memory | 2nd July 2010
Are you Phenom II users looking for some extra special RAM? Perhaps these might do it for you...
Memory | 14th June 2010
With more people interested in green hardware, Kingston have thrown their hat into the ring.
Memory | 3rd May 2010
Kingston have been producing memory for decades. Today we look at their latest effort, the Hyper X.
Memory | 8th April 2010
As well as producing the fastest memory around, G.Skill also have an eye on the environment.
Memory | 24th February 2010
G.Skill have launched the Pi Series of RAM and today we have the 2200MHz P55 kit to test. Is such speed worth the investment?
Ian Mulcrone | 25th January 2012
It seems AMD, like every other company at the moment, want to Diversify into a new market...
Ian Mulcrone | 10th January 2012
Kingston Technology Adds HyperX Red, Refreshes LoVo
Mark Lewis | 4th August 2011
Special Arctic White Edition Vengeance LP DDR3 Memory is due shortly...
Mark Lewis | 19th July 2011
New 8GB (2x4GB) kit boasts the most aggressive timing specification in its class!
Alex Myers | 15th March 2011
These new low voltage DDR3 kits have their own unique style, clearly aimed at gamers and case modders.
Gaurang Shah | 8th February 2011
High performance memory maker G.Skill today announced the unveiling of its all new RipJawsX series memory modules for Intel’s Sandy Bridge LGA 1155 processors.