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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.
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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.
Memory | 16th January 2008
Just when we thought that all the DDR2 reviews had dried up, OCZ comes and surprises us with their latest "ReaperX" 4GB kit.
Memory | 30th December 2007
Just 3 weeks ago we tested Patriot's non-Viper PC3-15000 kit, However since then Patriot have made some changes and we've been invited to take a 2nd look
Memory | 22nd November 2007
Looking for some extremely fast DDR3? We check out the Patriot Extreme Performance PC3-15000 kit to see if it fits the bill.
Memory | 9th October 2007
DDR3 speeds have been ramping up in leaps and bounds over the past few months, and today we get to take a look at OCZ's insanely fast Platinum DDR3-1600 kit.
Memory | 11th September 2007
After using these nippy blue modules in several of our DDR3 motherboard reviews, we thought it was about time we got up-close and personal with them by pushing them to their limits.
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.
Alex Myers | 2nd June 2010
Corsair have announced 3 new PSUs including a 1200w and the new AirFlow parametric RAM data display.
Alex Myers | 14th May 2010
Developed in collaboration with SandForce, these SSD’s certainly look promising.
Alex Myers | 10th May 2010
Corsair have brought out their new Dominator GTX4 modules, clocked at a blazingly fast 2533MHz.
James Banks | 27th April 2010
G.Skill wasted no time releasing their new DDR3 kit to work with AMD’s latest 6-core processors