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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?
Memory | 25th May 2009
Want the best performance? Got the money to pay for it? Then maybe you should check out our latest DDR3 memory kit review where we put the OCZ Blade through it's paces...
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Matthew Fogg | 2nd May 2007
Hynix Semiconductor has announced it has received validation on its DDR3 memory components and modules from Intel.
Matthew Fogg | 2nd May 2007
OCZ Technology Group, today announced an exciting new addition to its award-winning lineup of flash drives. VBoost USB 2.0 Flash Drives are optimized for Windows Vista ReadyBoost.
Matthew Fogg | 4th April 2007
OCZ Technology Group today announced a high-speed version of the new OCZ Reaper HPC memory line, a PC2-9200 rated kit, making it the world’s fastest memory that takes advantages of the heatpipe design to effectively offload heat and increase performance and stability.
Memory | 27th March 2009
With the latest motherboards supporting triple channel memory, we investigate which capacity is best for your needs: 3GB, 6GB or 12GB.
Memory | 12th March 2009
We were very impressed with the last Crucial kit we reviewed so here's hoping for a repeat performance. See how we get on in our latest DDR3 review.
Memory | 10th March 2009
Today we will be looking at the XP (Extreme Performance) line of memory, specifically the low latency triple DDR3 kit which weighs in at the 1600MHz level. How does it compare?
Memory | 20th February 2009
Equipped with Patriot ACC (Aluminum Copper Composite) technology, these modules are designed for maximum performance and stability under extreme overclocking conditions.
Memory | 16th February 2009
2000MHz kit's for Intel's latest chipset are not exactly common place but we have managed to get hold of one such kit. Find out if extreme bandwidth is worth the cost...
Mike Reilly | 28th March 2007
Super Talent has announced plans for a 4GB DDR2 800 memory kit for the most hardcore gamers. Look inside for more details.
Matthew Fogg | 26th March 2007
Apparently Qimonda plans to skip the GDDR4 graphics memory technology generation in favor of GDDR5.
Matthew Fogg | 15th March 2007
Corsair has a bunch of goodies at CeBIT including DDR3, heatsinks and and a line of flash memory.
Matthew Fogg | 22nd February 2007
OCZ today unveiled their OCZ PC2-8500 Reaper HPC Series RAM.
Matthew Fogg | 15th February 2007
IBM has found a way to allow memory to deliver data closer to the rate at which processors request it by replacing embedded SRAM in computer chips with a new kind of DRAM developed specifically for use in microprocessors.
Matthew Fogg | 13th February 2007
Super Talent Technology, a leading manufacturer of DRAM memory modules and flash products, today launched a 1GigaByte 800MHz ECC Registered DDR2 server module.