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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.
OC3D Articles ›› Memory
Gaurang Shah | 9th April 2009
Crucial has added a touch of style to RAM - it has launched limited edition Dual Union Jack modules.
Stuart Boardman | 6th February 2009
New range of Core i7 ready memory kits are made available.
Derrick Huey | 27th January 2009
DISTREE XXL creates a new, unrivalled opportunity for channel leaders across EMEA to meet and do business with their existing and prospective vendors.
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?
Memory | 30th October 2009
We've seen what the Dominator GT kit is capable of for the X58 chipset. Now we take a look at the 8GB kit for the P55 range of motherboards...
Memory | 9th October 2009
We were impressed with the 6GB kit of the same name but felt let down by it's overclocking performance. Let's see if the 4GB GSkill Trident kit can even things up...
Memory | 3rd August 2009
2000MHz kits are becoming more and more popular now that memory prices are dropping. Does the G.Skill Trident kit have what it takes to find it's way onto your i7 setup? Find out inside...
Memory | 23rd June 2009
Can 12GB be a worthwhile investment? Now that DDR3 prices are dropping, does it make sense to opt for a 12GB Value kit instead of a 6GB performance kit?
Matthew Fogg | 27th January 2009
QIMONDA appears to be the latest statistic of the current economic crisis.
Derrick Huey | 16th January 2009
Both AMD and Intel have chosen to delay the movement of their DDR3-only platforms for different reasons
Matthew Fogg | 7th January 2009
New Crucial Ballistix Tracer memory becomes an accessory.
Matthew Fogg | 2nd January 2009
G.Skill's new Perfect Storm Series for Intel's Core i7
Matthew Fogg | 22nd December 2008
The Blade Series Triple Channel Memory kit is the latest maximum-performance RAM designed specifically for the Intel Core i7 processor
Matthew Fogg | 19th December 2008
Breakneck speeds and a compact form factor