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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...
Memory | 5th July 2010
Today we take a look at the latest in the long Ballistix range of RAM from Crucial.
OC3D Articles ›› Memory
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.
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.
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?
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...
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
Matthew Fogg | 18th December 2008
Corsair's Dominator GT's promise fast speed with low latencies
Derrick Huey | 8th December 2008
The Ultimate Memory for Overclocking
Derrick Huey | 1st December 2008
A-DATA expands its XPG Plus Series with DDR3-1800+ CL8