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Memory | 20th October 2008
Low voltage and high performance is the name of the game with Aeneon's latest Xtune DDR3 kit.
Memory | 18th September 2008
A capable 4GB kit form one of the largest names in memory. Look inside to see how if fairs.
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Gaurang Shah | 14th December 2010
Corsair today announced the launch of their new low voltage memory kit in the form of the 4GB Dominator GT DIMMs.
Gaurang Shah | 22nd November 2010
DRAM innovator Viking Modular today announced the addition of all new high-density DDR3 modules to its product line-up.
Gaurang Shah | 5th November 2010
Patriot Memory have announced the expansion of their highly successful Viper Xtreme Series of memory kits with the addition of six new memory modules.
Memory | 26th June 2008
Fancy a 4GB DDR3 kit capable of running at 2000mhz? Corsair's affectionately named TW3X4G1600C9DHXNV kit may just well be what you're after.
Memory | 22nd May 2008
With a stock speed of DDR3-2000 Crucial have one extremely fast DDR3 kit on their hands. But will it overclock any further? We find out.
Memory | 17th April 2008
A further addition to the DDR2 market, the XMS2 DHX kit steps up to try push the tech that little bit further.
Memory | 27th February 2008
A new kid in the DDR3 market shows us what it's made of.
Memory | 16th February 2008
Having been impessed with several of Cellshock's DDR2 based kits, it's finally time to put their latest DDR3 kit through its paces.
Bryan Waters | 25th August 2010
Kingston Technologies 2333MHz RAM has broken the world memory frequency record. Read on.
Derrick Huey | 25th August 2010
OCZ will be lowering their DRAM module production in order to focus more on their SSD offerings.
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.