OC3D Reviews ›› Memory
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.
Memory | 29th June 2008
Looking for a bargain set of Extreme performance DDR3? 2000mhz+ suffice? Maybe CSX have the answer to your prayers.
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.
OC3D Articles ›› Memory
Derrick Huey | 5th November 2008
Corsair explores another form of cooling for memory
Matthew Fogg | 24th October 2008
Patriot to release low-voltage tri-channel for Nehalem
Stuart Boardman | 22nd October 2008
Corsair launches triple pack memory modules for Intel Core i7 processors.
Matthew Fogg | 20th October 2008
A-DATA DDR2-800G promises to make your gaming experience better than ever.
Derrick Huey | 17th October 2008
OCZ puts out a number of triple-channel DDR3 kits for the Core i7 platform
Derrick Huey | 8th October 2008
Introducing the World's First DDR3 Memory Modules Featuring Activity-indicating LEDs
Stuart Boardman | 3rd October 2008
X58 motherboard friendly DDR3 memory announced.
Matthew Fogg | 26th September 2008
Memory manufacturer Buffalo has shown off some prototype DDR3 modules that are capable of a blistering 2400MHz
Stuart Boardman | 5th September 2008
New low latency 2000MHz kits aimed at overclockers and gamers.
Matthew Fogg | 13th August 2008
Increased Performance to Drive DDR3 Technology Adoption