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Memory | 16th March 2007
Patriot memory may not be the easiest to get a hold of here in the UK, but that doesn't mean its not worth the effort. Today I'll be looking at their top-end PC2-8500 kit.
Memory | 12th March 2007
Looking for some new performance ram on a budget? We give OCZ's Titanium sticks a workout in the OC3D Labs.
OC3D Articles ›› Memory
Matt Kemp | 10th October 2006
OCZ Special Ops "Undercover" DDR2 Competition
Matthew Fogg | 4th October 2006
OCZ Technology Announces PC2-8500 NVIDIA SLI-Ready Modules
Matthew Fogg | 26th September 2006
Japanese Ram Manufacturer Releases DDR2-1200
Memory | 10th January 2007
Super Talent may be relatively unheard of in the UK market but they are certainly no newcomers to the memory scene. Today I'll be looking at their high-end T1000UX25G modules to see how they fair in the fierce DDR2 market.
Memory | 2nd November 2006
Crucial have been in the memory market for a long time, and today I've been given the opportunity to put some of their flagship Ballistix DDR2 modules through their paces.
Memory | 9th October 2006
Fed up of boring looking memory sticks? Don't want your PC to be seen while you are in the Jungle? Maybe you're just a gamer in need of some high performance DDR2? Enter the OCZ Special Ops PC2-6400 2gb kit...
Memory | 25th September 2006
Just when you thought that PC2-8500 was impressive, OCZ go and take things one step further by releasing a 2gb kit rated at 1.1ghz (PC2-8800). Lets see what these babies are capable of...
Memory | 12th September 2006
Today i take a look at the blisteringly fast PC2-8500 (DDR2-1066) kit from Kingston to see if all this memory bandwidth is really required!
Matt Kemp | 15th September 2006
OCZ ATI Certified RAM Pre-Order @ SpecialTech
Matthew Fogg | 29th August 2006
Corsair Introduces Revolutionary Dual-path Heat Xchange (DHX) Memory Technology
Matt Kemp | 26th August 2006
OC3D Competition: Kingston Top End DDR2 Giveaway
Llwyd Johnson | 18th August 2006
Kingston Intros Memory With Next-Gen Opteron Support
Llwyd Johnson | 21st July 2006
Kingston SLI-Ready HyperX DDR2 Low-Latency 800 MHz Modules