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AIDA Memory Bandwidth Overall World Record
     Fri, Sep 19 2014 | 4:02P | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
If you take a closer look at the screenshot below you will notice Hiwa managef to score 83’460 MB/s memory read speed and 78’216 MB/s write speed. In order to do so he had to push the G.Skill DDR4 kit (F4-3000C15-16GRR) to 3.0 GHz and reduce the latency to CL 11-14-16-15 with tRFC at 270 and command rate 1T. Also note the NB (Uncore) frequency which is almost 5.0 GHz. Apart from the uncore running highly overclocked the CPU was clocked at 5’124.91 MHz and CPU cooling was handled with liquid nitrogen. In this case the memory was capable of doing the job aircooled. All this hardware was installed on an ASUS ROG Rampage V Extreme motherboard and powered by a Seasonic Platinum Series 1050 Watt power supply.
  FULL STORY @ OCAHOLIC

Silicon Power Blaze B06 64GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive Review
     Fri, Sep 19 2014 | 9:03A | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
When a friend asked me a couple of days ago about what review i was working on and i told him that we had 6 of the latest USB 3.0 flash drives to hit the market plugged into our primary test rig he pointed out to me that testing such drives is not the most exciting thing but at least it's quite easy to do. For good or bad he's right since it's indeed not very exciting to test storage devices in general and yes it's also easy since such tests take less time to finish compared to the vast majority of PC hardware and electronics. Judging however by how everyone here used to research each and every single USB flash drive in the market prior to purchasing one (when we were teenagers) and also by the amount of Facebook messages we've received by many of you asking for such reviews i think that in the end it's very important for us to check and find out what's the best drive you can buy with your hard earned money. Today we'll be taking a look at one of the latest USB 3.0 Flash Drives by Silicon Power called the Blaze B06.
  FULL STORY @ NIKKTECH

Corsair Vengeance LPX 16GB DDR4-2800 Quad-Channel Memory Kit Review
     Fri, Sep 19 2014 | 1:16A | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Today we have our first official retail DDR4 memory kit review using the brand new Corsair Vengeance LPX quad-channel kit. Take a look at Shawn`s review."
  FULL STORY @ TWEAKTOWN.COM

G.Skill Ripjaws4 DDR4-3000 16GB Quad-Channel Memory Kit Review
     Thu, Sep 18 2014 | 4:16P | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Our second DDR4 kit comes from G.Skill and carries an out of the box clock of 3000MHz DDR. Read on as Shawn tests it and sees just how fast it will go."
  FULL STORY @ TWEAKTOWN.COM

Corsair Flash Voyager GTX 128GB Review
     Thu, Sep 18 2014 | 4:00P | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Chances are you already have several flash pen drives at home, either lying around on a desk or in a drawer. Smaller drives are ideal for flashing a motherboard BIOS and updating firmware, but the larger drives are more serious – used for backing up and moving large amounts of data between computers. It is true they are generally not the most exciting of devices however today we look at something very special from Corsair, a new flash drive they say is their fastest ever – The Voyager GTX.
  FULL STORY @ KITGURU

Kingston HyperX Savage 2x4GB DDR3-1866Mhz Review
     Thu, Sep 18 2014 | 9:01A | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Today am getting a chance to play with some new Kingston memory, this time its all about a 8GB HyperX Savage Kit. I was thinking about a good opening to announce the start of this review but Kingston has that perfectly covered. Attack the competition with HyperX® Savage memory. Its unique, asymmetrical red heat spreader is made from high-quality aluminium and has a black PCB and a diamond cut finish to make your game shine and help you stand out in the crowd. The heat spreader dissipates heat so that your system stays cool and reliable and its low profile fits under oversized CPU coolers. Built-in, hand-tuned XMP profiles mean that even noobs can overclock their platforms with simple adjustments in BIOS.
  FULL STORY @ QUENTINRADEMAKER

G.SKILL Ripjaws 4 16GB DDR4 3000 MHz Memory Kit Review @ Legit Reviews
     Wed, Sep 17 2014 | 4:16P | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
When Intel moved the launch of the X99 platform forward it caught some companies off guard, but one company that was more than ready for the launch was G.Skill. G.Skill had no less than 23 different DDR4 memory kits ready to sell on launch day! That is an impressive number of kits and if you are looking for a 16GB, 32GB or 64GB kit of four DDR4 modules the folks over at G.Skill will be more than happy to sell you a Ripjaws 4 DDR4 memory kit that is clocked at 2133MHz, 2400MHz, 2666MHz, 2800MHz, 3000MHz, 3200MHz, 3300MHz or even the World?s fastest memory kit at 3333MHz. G.Skill has by far the most impressive lineup of DDR4 memory modules by any company and they are priced very aggressively. Today we?ll be taking a look at the G.Skill Ripjaws 4 16GB (4x4GB) DDR4 kit of memory that is clocked at 3000MHz with CL15 timings and using 1.35 Volts."
  FULL STORY @ LEGITREVIEWS.COM

 
SanDisk Ultra 64GB microSD Review
     Wed, Sep 17 2014 | 9:02A | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
For $30 you can vastly expand your Android phone or tablet. Most of what this card is used for is read operations, and the 30MB per second read speed is more than adequate for that.
  FULL STORY @ OCMODSHOP

G.Skill 16GB 2400MHz RipJaws 4 Quad Channel DDR4 Memory Kit Review
     Tue, Sep 16 2014 | 3:20P | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
G.Skill always seem to be ahead of the competition when it comes to releasing high frequency memory products and with DDR4 nothing has changed. Just a few days before writing this review G.Skill announced their 3300MHz DDR4 memory kits were available to buy but we have something a lot more modest in the office for today’s review. We have G.Skill’s RipJaws 4 series memory, the 4 obviously denotes DDR4, and more specifically we have a DDR4-2400MHz kit that is 16GB in size with modest CL15 latencies. G.Skill have opted for a very neat and tidy heat-spreader design that comes in a variety of colours (blue/red/black) on a matte black PCB. G.Skill are also using the latest Hynix ICs that are famed for their overclocking potential: lets hope that holds true today.
  FULL STORY @ ETEKNIX

MaxxMEM DDR4 World Record
     Tue, Sep 16 2014 | 3:17P | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
For this score Hiwa has been using the same liquid nitrogen cooled setup like for cracking the AIDA world record. The basis is the ASUS ROG Rampage V Extreme motherboard and on top of that there come G.Skill DDR4-3000 memory (F4-3000C15-16GRR), an Intel Core i7-5960X CPU and the whole story gets its power from a Seasonic Platinum Series 1050W power supply. Having a closer look at the the different clock speeds we find the CPU running at 5’078.66 MHz and the memory was at 3047.7 MHz with CL 11-14-16-15, tRFC 270 and Command Rate 1T. Also again not the NB (uncore) frequency, which was at 5’078.7 MHz. Values above 5.0 GHz for the uncore are just crazy these days on an i7-5960X CPU. From the screenshot below you can also see that the MaxxMEM score was 2172.8 points and memory copy speed was at 37’897 MB/s.
  FULL STORY @ OCAHOLIC

G.SKILL Releases World's Fastest DDR4 3333MHz Memory
     Tue, Sep 16 2014 | 12:12P | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
G.SKILL International Co., Ltd., the leading high performance memory designer and manufacturer, is releasing the world's fastest DDR4 memory kit at a breath-taking and neck-breaking 3333MHz!!! With a total capacity of 16GB (4GBx4), the system can take full advantage of quad channel mode and crank up the bandwidth speed to new heights. Not to mention the CAS timings are maintained at a nice CL16-16-16-36, and fully validated on the newest ASUS ROG Rampage V Extreme X99 motherboard!
  FULL STORY @ DIGITIMES

Core i7 5960X Haswell-E Review DDR4 Performance
     Tue, Sep 16 2014 | 11:46A | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
With Haswell-E, Intel is not just launching a few new high-end desktop CPUs but a completely new platform. In combination with X99 and DDR4, Haswell-E is big step forward for Intel. On top of all this there are now eight core CPUs available for endusers, which is something enthusiasts as well as professionals have been waiting for.
  FULL STORY @ OCAHOLIC

Samsung 850 PRO SSD 256 Gigabyte Review @ ocaholic
     Tue, Sep 16 2014 | 11:05A | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
The 850 PRO 256 GB is Samsung`s flagship consumer-grade SATA SSD. The series features Samsungs latest 3D V-NAND with 24 layers and 128Gbit density. Thanks to this NAND flash memory the drive features a high endurance rating and apart from that also performance should be on a seriously high level."
  FULL STORY @ OCAHOLIC.CO.UK

Corsair Flash Voyager GTX USB 3.0 128GB Flash Drive Review @ Madshrimps
     Tue, Sep 16 2014 | 8:58A | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Corsair has gone even further in terms of performance by including a SSD controller inside their latest USB Flash Drive; this way the Voyager GTX USB 3.0 was born and features a nic"
  FULL STORY @ MADSHRIMPS.BE

SPYRUS WorkSafe Pro WTG Secure Flash Drive Review
     Thu, Sep 11 2014 | 1:09P | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Our review of the SPYRUS WorkSafe Pro Windows To Go Secure Flash Drive marks the worlds first independent report of the SPYRUS encrypted flash drive, a flash drive that would most definitely suit the like of James Bond. It brings to end a period of over two years of discussions and final agreement on exactly what could (or could not be) shown and discussed with respect to this drive. As much as our report of the SPYRUS cannot zone in on such things as component closeups, hardware specifics, or even some of the information that might normally be discussed in such a hardware build, we trust you will be just as amazed as we are at what is easily the worlds most advanced and secure hard drive."
  FULL STORY @ THESSDREVIEW.COM

Kingwin EZ-Clone USI-2535CLU3 USB 3.0 Storage Adapter Review
     Tue, Sep 02 2014 | 8:53A | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
If you are in the market for a standalone IDE or SATA storage cloning solution, look no further, as we take a look at the EZ-Clone device from Kingwin."
  FULL STORY @ TWEAKTOWN.COM

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