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Crucial Showcasing BALLISTIX SPORT LT DDR4 WHITE Modules at Gamescon
     Mon, Aug 03 2015 | 4:28P | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Crucial is unveiling a complimentary white digital camo heat spreader and unique white printed circuit board (PCB) option as part of its Crucial Ballistix Sport LT DDR4 memory offering this week at gamescom. Sport LT DDR4 modules are available at Crucial.com in 4GB and 8GB densities. Additionally, 16GB densities and 64GB kits will be available starting in September 2015, as will the white Ballistix Sport LT modules.

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Crucial, a leading global brand of memory and storage upgrades, today announced it is unveiling a complimentary white digital camo heat spreader and unique white printed circuit board (PCB) option as part of its Crucial® Ballistix® Sport LT DDR4 memory offering. The modules, which will be showcased in conjunction with gamescom in Cologne, August 5th – 9th, offer the same DDR4 performance and proven reliability that gamers have come to expect from Crucial.

Designed for mainstream users who simply want to get more performance out of their systems, Crucial Ballistix Sport LT DDR4 memory delivers fast speeds and increased bandwidth. A new addition to the current Ballistix Sport DDR4 lineup, Sport LT modules feature a covert digital camo design, which will be available in both white and gray, and an integrated heat spreader. Whether gamers want plug-and-play installation or Intel® XMP 2.0 profiles to achieve DDR4 speeds of 2400 MT/s, Ballistix Sport LT memory delivers seamless, affordable performance.

Ballistix Sport LT DDR4 modules are available at Crucial.com and through select global partners in 4GB and 8GB densities, as well as kits up to 32GB. Additionally, 16GB densities and 64GB kits will be available starting in September 2015, as will the white Ballistix Sport LT modules. All Ballistix memory is backed by a limited lifetime warranty.

  FULL STORY @ CRUCIAL

Crucial Ballistix Elite DDR4-2666 MHz 4x 4 GB
     Fri, Jul 31 2015 | 2:38P | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Crucial's latest has spent some time being punished in my memory testing rig, stretched to the limits and back again. Before giving it a chance to rest, I put Crucial's Ballistix Elite DDR4 through the paces. With a big black heatsink, this kit not only looks mean; Crucial's Ballistix Elite DDR4 packs a good punch, too!
  FULL STORY @ TECHPOWERUP

KLEVV NEO DDR3 16 GiB 2133 Review
     Thu, Jul 30 2015 | 12:01P | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
"The KLEVV DDR3 16 GiB 2133 Memory arrived Technic3D. Technic3D will see as good they are on Windows 7 64 Bit and the Asus Maximus VI Extreme Mainboard. You can see 2.829 MHz (1,75V) with 14-15-15-40 (2T) and more in the following Review."
  FULL STORY @ TECHNIC3D

Intel And Micron Jointly Drop Disruptive, Game-Changing 3D XPoint
     Tue, Jul 28 2015 | 6:15P | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
"This is something many people thought was impossible," exclaimed Intel Senior Vice President Rob Crooke. During an invite-only press conference, Crooke along with Micron CEO Mark Durcan revealed a radically new class of storage and memory architecture called 3D XPoint (pronounced "Cross Point"). To say this is a game-changer would be the understatement of the year. Get this: 3D XPoint is 1000 times faster than NAND, boasts 1000x the endurance of NAND, and is 10 times more dense than conventional memory. Consider that existing NAND flash storage is 1000 times faster than traditional mechanical hard drives. We’ll give you a minute to process that.
  FULL STORY @ HOTHARDWARE

Kingston HyperX Fury 2400 MHz DDR 4 Memory Review
     Tue, Jul 28 2015 | 6:07P | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
At stock speeds I was able to tighten up the timings quite a bit and bring the kit into the CR1 realm. This showed a nice boost in performance across the benchmarks that I performed. The system was completely stable at both the tighter timings and the overclocked frequency of 3000MHz.
  FULL STORY @ MODDERS

HyperX Fury 32GB Kit (4x8GB) DDR4 2666MHz CL15 Review
     Tue, Jul 28 2015 | 6:05P | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
"It been a long time since I have reviewed Kingston Memory that was actually overclockable. That was then and this is now. The Kingston HyperX DDR4 Fury line is not only low profile to fit under those pesky low heatsinks but there is room for tweaking."
  FULL STORY @ HITECHLEGION

PNY GTX 960 XLR8
     Tue, Jul 28 2015 | 9:00A | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
"To start with, I have to say I am impressed with what PNY has brought to the table with its GTX 960 XLR8. There is not a single game in my testing where it fell below 35FPS at 1920x1080 using moderately high settings. Running at the stock clock speed (for this card at least), it was a higher performer than the GTX 960 comparison card, and in some games better than the R9 285. From a performance perspective, the card is spot on. Of course, you can use NVIDIA's ecosystem to tune and tweak the settings to get the highest FPS possible, using tools like GeForce Experience that has a library of settings for a plethora of the most popular games being played today. If tweaking the settings does not offer enough performance, you can add a second GTX 960 XLR8 in an SLI configuration to get that FPS fix.”
  FULL STORY @ OVERCLOCKERSCLUB

 
Crucial 16GB Ballistix Elite 2666MHz
     Tue, Jul 28 2015 | 1:38A | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Random Access Memory (RAM) is one of those items that a lot of computer users love to have a lot of. And in reality, you can never have too much RAM for your computer systems. What our Operating System (OS) doesn’t fully use, we will find a way to use, while optimizing our computers at the same time. The one thing that limits our amount of memory usage isn’t so much our computers, but our wallet. How much money can we afford spend on our memory? So the need exists for us to find a large amount of memory that is not only fast, but also affordable enough for us to purchase and use for our computers.
  FULL STORY @ BJORN3D

Kingston microSDHC Mobility Kit 32GB Review
     Tue, Jul 28 2015 | 1:21A | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
It is not just an ordinary microSDHC card. It is a Class 10 microSDHC card that is also USB and SD format capable.
  FULL STORY @ APHNETWORKS

Crucial 16GB Ballistix Elite 2666MHz
     Fri, Jul 24 2015 | 1:21P | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Random Access Memory (RAM) is one of those items that a lot of computer users love to have a lot of. And in reality, you can never have too much RAM for your computer systems. What our Operating System (OS) doesn’t fully use, we will find a way to use, while optimizing our computers at the same time. The one thing that limits our amount of memory usage isn’t so much our computers, but our wallet. How much money can we afford spend on our memory? So the need exists for us to find a large amount of memory that is not only fast, but also affordable enough for us to purchase and use for our computers. Crucial Memory has been one of those memory manufacturers that has always brought us not only affordable memory for our computers, but they have proven themselves time and time again by giving us large amounts of memory with top end performance. When Intel introduced the 2011v3 CPUs, they also brought upon an entirely new memory standard. They ditched the aging DDR3 memory standard for the much faster, lower voltage requiring, and higher densities of the DDR4 memory IC’s. So it only seems fitting that Crucial offers us DDR4 memory for these newer style CPUs. In this review we are going to be looking at one of the many DDR4 modules that Crucial offers for the 2011v3 CPU platform: the 2666Mhz 16-17-17-36 16GBs DDR4 Ballistix Elite Memory. So step inside and see how this memory stacks up.
  FULL STORY @ BJORN3D

KLEVV CRAS 3000MHz 16GB DDR4 Memory Kit Review
     Wed, Jul 22 2015 | 1:16P | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Memory, the most vital part of any computer that gets overlooked the most. There’s not a lot to say about RAM apart from its expensive and very confusing. DDR4, the newest iteration of RAM is currently the fastest version of the consumer RAM, with speeds exceeding 3333MHz. RAM kits now come in a variety of shapes with the basic bare modules, right up to the simply stunning Ripjaws series.
  FULL STORY @ ETEKNIX

KLEVV CRAS 3000MHz 16GB DDR4 Memory Kit Review
     Sun, Jul 19 2015 | 9:04P | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Memory, the most vital part of any computer that gets overlooked the most. There’s not a lot to say about RAM apart from its expensive and very confusing. DDR4, the newest iteration of RAM is currently the fastest version of the consumer RAM, with speeds exceeding 3333MHz. RAM kits now come in a variety of shapes with the basic bare modules, right up to the simply stunning Ripjaws series.
  FULL STORY @ ETEKNIX

KLEVV CRAS 3000MHz 16GB DDR4 Memory Kit Review
     Sun, Jul 19 2015 | 8:07P | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Memory, the most vital part of any computer that gets overlooked the most. There’s not a lot to say about RAM apart from its expensive and very confusing. DDR4, the newest iteration of RAM is currently the fastest version of the consumer RAM, with speeds exceeding 3333MHz. RAM kits now come in a variety of shapes with the basic bare modules, right up to the simply stunning Ripjaws series
  FULL STORY @ ETEKNIX

Klevv Genuine DDR3-2400-CL11 1.65V Review
     Sat, Jul 18 2015 | 12:02P | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
With the MX Board 6.0, Cherry offers the sixth version of its mechanical keyboard equipped with Cherry MX Red switches. With a standard layout and without any additional buttons, the Board MX 6.0 is a high-end product suitable for those who are looking for a simple, yet great mechanical keyboards. Cherry equipped this keyboard with a red backlight and apart from that there are F keys with two functions.
  FULL STORY @ HTTP://WWW.OCAHOLIC.CO.UK/MODULES/SMARTSECTION/ITEM.PHP?ITEMID=1642

Lexar JumpDrive M20 Mobile USB 3.0 Flash Drive Review
     Sat, Jul 18 2015 | 9:03A | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
We recently reviewed the Lexar Professional Workflow DD512 and liked it. Lexar fulfilled our perception of their company with the DD512 as an excellent, professional and focused product. Today we have something a little simpler and something we think a many people already have a lot of; the USB pen drive. What makes this different from your multi coloured no-name variety? Let’s find out."
  FULL STORY @ HARDWARESLAVE

Kingston FCR-HS4 Memory Card Reader Review
     Thu, Jul 16 2015 | 4:01P | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
We have been big fans of Kingston's last universal card reader, the FCR-HS3. Now that the FCR-HS4 is out, are there performance improvements beyond a color scheme change?
  FULL STORY @ APHNETWORKS

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