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Kingston's HyperX Savage
     Fri, Jul 03 2015 | 12:00P | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Kingston's HyperX Savage is one bold name for an SSD, but maybe we're really in for something ferocious when the included Phison controller moves away from its value-oriented roots and tackles the enthusiast-level market. The quad-core, 8-channel Phison S10 controller promises up to 560MB/s read and 530MB/s write speeds, and up to 100k/89k read/write IOPS. We review the 240GB offering to see how it compares against similar SSDs that also leverage the Phison S10, as well as SandForce-based competitors.
  FULL STORY @ NEOSEEKER

G.Skill Ripjaws4 F4-3000C15Q-16GRBB
     Thu, Jul 02 2015 | 6:49P | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
If you're into the latest tech, DDR4 is in your sights, and G.Skill is here on these pages yet again with another Ripjaws4 kit, its timings 15-16-16-35 at a blazing 3000 MHz. Great-looking, the F4-3000C15Q-16GRBB quad-channel kit is affordable, fast, and clad in blue.
  FULL STORY @ TECHPOWERUP

Kingston HyperX Fury 16GB USB 3.0 Review
     Thu, Jul 02 2015 | 4:00P | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Kingston is already well known for its desktop RAM modules and Solid State Drives but they also make flash drives for those of you who need to back up data and take it on the go. Chances are, you have several USB sticks lying around already so what makes the HyperX Fury stand out from the rest? Lets find out…
  FULL STORY @ KITGURU

Crucial Ballistix Sport 16GB DDR4 Review
     Fri, Jun 26 2015 | 4:03P | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Today, we are looking at their Ballistix Sport which is a range designed for both enthusiasts and mainstream users alike. They certainly look the part; low-slung with silver heatsinks atop of a black PCB. Ballistix are renowned for being good overclockers so we anticipate this aspect of the DDR4 modules with verve. So without further delay let's move on to the specifications of these modules.
  FULL STORY @ VORTEZ

Crucial Ballistix Sport DDR4-2400 16GB Kit 4x 4GB DDR4 Review
     Sun, Jun 21 2015 | 4:01P | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Today, here at OCinside.de we test another 16 GB DDR4 quad channel Kit or rather two 8 GB DDR4 kits consisting of two 4 GB DDR4 modules. The Crucial Ballistix Sports 4 GB DDR4-2400 CL16 memory modules are equipped with heat spreaders and also have XMP profiles. Let us see how well the DDR4 modules can perform and how high this kit can be overclocked stable with or without voltage boost.
  FULL STORY @ OCINSIDE

G.SKILL RIPJAWS 4 16GB DDR4 Review
     Wed, Jun 17 2015 | 4:03P | Memory | PermaLink
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Up there as a firm favourite with system builders and overclockers alike, G.SKILL are a leader in PC memory products. The Ripjaws range are extremely popular with enthusiasts not only because of the excellent performance offered but also because of the stunning looks and lifetime warranty.
  FULL STORY @ VORTEZ

ADATA Premier DDR4-2133 16GB Kit 4x 4GB DDR4 Review
     Tue, Jun 16 2015 | 4:02P | Memory | PermaLink
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DDR4 memory modules are on many hardware shopping lists at the latest since the introduction of the Intel Haswell-E processors. DDR4 modules are not only interesting in the server area, but conquer also the upper mainstream area thanks to higher bandwidth and lower power consumption. But what are the DDR4 advantages compared to DDR3, which DDR4 memory you should buy and how high can one overclock DDR4 memory? We have today at OCinside.de a 16 GB DDR4 Quad Channel Kit tested, consisting of four ADATA Premier 4 GB DDR4-2133 CL15 memory modules.
  FULL STORY @ OCINSIDE

 
Crucial Ballistix Sport XT 32GB 1866MHz Quad Channel DDR3 Memory Kit Review
     Thu, Jun 11 2015 | 9:03A | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
With the arrival of DDR4 it might be easy to forget that DDR3 is still the most popular memory choice for desktop PC platforms of mainstream and high-end varieties. Today we are taking a look at a quad channel memory kit from Crucial, a brand of Micron. We are looking at their Ballistix Sport XT kit butnot the dual channel one we’ve reviewed before, today we are testing out the quad channel variety. The best platform to support quad channel is Intel’s X79 Ivy Bridge-E so that’s exactly what we will be using for these tests. Of course being a 4-pack, or quad channel kit, this could also be used with any Intel LGA 115X or AMD AM2/3(+)/FM2(+) system that has 4 DIMM Slots. However, we want to see what Crucial’s 32GB kit can offer for a high-end user, particularly as we have similar DDR4 results for the X99 platform to compare to.
  FULL STORY @ ETEKNIX

Toshiba TransMemory-EX II 64GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive Review
     Tue, Jun 09 2015 | 4:03P | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
What's the very first thing you look for when out to get a brand new USB flash drive? Judging by what our friends and families choose as expected most people put price and capacity above everything else while others care about design, build quality (materials used) and performance. For casual consumers performance may not be the most crucial aspect/feature of a USB flash drive (understandable really) but for it is for professionals and enthusiasts so for the past 2 years or so we've seen numerous USB 3.0 compatible models offering impressive read/write numbers. Toshiba was amongst the first manufacturers to release a USB 3.0 compatible drive many years ago but they never really focused in performance, at least not as much as other manufacturers did. Things have now changed however and so today with us we have their latest high-end model the TransMemory-EX II 64GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive.
  FULL STORY @ NIKKTECH

Lexar JumpDrive M10 Secure USB 3.0 Flash Drive Review
     Mon, Jun 08 2015 | 12:02P | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
The market is currently flooded with USB 2.0 and USB 3.0 flash drives from different manufacturers; to make it more interesting, Lexar saw fit to introduce a new element, the always-on, easy-to-read capacity meter which shows us how much space we have left on the device but for added value we also have the ability to encrypt our files thanks to the EncryptStick Lite software, which is pre-loaded onto the device.
  FULL STORY @ MADSHRIMPS

asynchronous NAND
     Mon, Jun 08 2015 | 9:02A | Memory | PermaLink
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"At the time of writing, the Patriot Ignite 480GB SSD retails for about $190 and is readily available through the usual online channels. It's a great price considering the storage capacity and generous feature set of this new drive from Patriot."
  FULL STORY @ NEOSEEKER

42 USB 3.0 memory sticks, reviewed
     Sun, Jun 07 2015 | 12:02P | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
The fastest 32 GB memory stick also happens to be a Sandisk Cruzer Extreme model, with a score of 83 points. After conversion, we find that this stick costs a little over a euro per GB. This 32 GB model also receives an Excellent Choice award. That also goes to the Sandisk Extreme Pro 128GB, which turns out to be the fastest 128 GB stick. Although the performance score of the Corsair Voyager GTX 128GB is almost just as high, Corsair's offering strongly depends on its extremely high read speeds, whereas Sandisk's memory stick takes a more balanced approach.
  FULL STORY @ HARDWARE

Kingston FCR-HS4 USB 3.0 High-Speed Media Reader
     Sun, Jun 07 2015 | 12:00P | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
It is hard to get too excited about a card reader, but the FCR-HS4 is definitely a nice one. While I typically prefer these kind of things to be compact for portability and so I can hide them away in a drawer, since I have been using this one I leave it right out on my desk. It sits nicely under my monitor and gives me quick access to all of my cards without having to go hunting. It looks good, stays put nicely, and as the testing showed it performs very well.
  FULL STORY @ BIGBRUIN

Corsair Announces World’s First Available 128GB DDR4 - Computex 2015
     Sat, Jun 06 2015 | 11:19A | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
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Corsair®, a worldwide leader in high-performance PC components, today announced the availability of the world’s first available 128GB DDR4 unbuffered memory kits. Available in Corsair’s Vengeance® LPX and Dominator Platinum® Series lines, the new 128GB capacities give content creators an unprecedented amount of high-speed DDR4 SDRAM for memory-hungry applications.

The 128GB (8 x 16GB) DDR4 memory kits are designed for the latest Intel® X99 series motherboards and support XMP 2.0 for the ultimate compatibility, reliability, and performance. The first available kits are rated at speeds of 2666MHz and 2400MHz and higher speeds will be announced soon. Like all Corsair memory, the new kits are backed by a lifetime warranty.

Dominator Platinum Series 128GB DDR4 Memory

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The most advanced memory kits available, the Dominator Platinum series DDR4 modules feature a striking industrial design for good looks, patented DHX technology for cooler operation, and user-swappable colored “light pipes” for customizable LED lighting. Dominator Platinum memory is built with hand-screened ICs, undergoes rigorous performance testing, and incorporates patented DHX® cooling technology for reliable performance in demanding environments.

Vengeance LPX Series 128GB DDR4 Memory

Vengeance LPX memory is designed for high-performance overclocking with aluminum heatspreaders for faster heat dissipation and eight-layer PCB for superior overclocking headroom. Each IC is individually screened for performance potential.

Pricing and Lifetime Warranty

Corsair Dominator Platinum and Vengeance LPX DDR4 memory kits are available from Corsair.com and Corsair’s worldwide network of authorized distributors and resellers. All Corsair memory is backed with a limited lifetime warranty and Corsair customer service and technical support.

Dominator Platinum 128GB
 8 x 16GB modules
 2400MHz
 14-16-16-31, 1.2V
 $1754.99
 
Dominator Platinum 128GB
 8 x 16GB modules
 2666MHz
 15-17-17-35, 1.2V
 $2119.99
 
Vengeance LPX 128GB
 8 x 16GB modules
 2400MHz
 14-16-16-31, 1.2V
 $1979.99
 

  FULL STORY @ CORSAIR

Computex 2015 - G.SKILL Showcases New Trident Z series DDR4 - Computex 2015
     Sat, Jun 06 2015 | 5:19A | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
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G.SKILL International Enterprise Co., Ltd., the world’s leading manufacturer of extreme performance memory and solid state storage, showcases the brand new Trident Z series of DDR4 memory designed for PC enthusiasts.

With numerous overclocking records under its belt, G.SKILL TridentX series is known as the most powerful overclocking memory series in the PC enthusiast community. The new Trident Z series comes with high quality aluminum heatspreaders and a customized bar in various colors, providing PC builders the options to match their own system’s color scheme, while maintaining efficient heat dissipation.

The new Trident Z series DDR4 memory will be available in quad channel and dual channel, starting July 2015. Detailed specifications will be announced soon.

  FULL STORY @ GSKILL

Crucial Announces Ballistix DDR4 16GB Performance Memory
     Sat, Jun 06 2015 | 2:19A | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
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New high-density 8Gb-based components enable DDR4 16GB modules for memory-intensive operations

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Crucial, a leading global brand of memory and storage upgrades, today announced Crucial® Ballistix® DDR4 16GB performance memory. Ideal for gamers and enthusiasts who deal with content creation, virtual machines, RAM drives, and memory-intensive applications, the new Ballistix modules leverage Micron’s new 8Gb DDR4 component technology to offer up the highest density DDR4 memory to date.

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Until now, only expensive server systems have been able to reach these memory densities, but with Ballistix DDR4 16GB modules, users can achieve greater densities on high-end desktop systems like the latest Intel® X99 platforms. Available across Sport LT, Tactical, and Elite product lines, each module includes Intel XMP 2.0 profiles for easy setup and support.

“This density of memory module will start to become broadly available in the desktop space with our new 8Gb-based Ballistix DDR4 16GB modules,” said Jeremy Mortenson, worldwide DRAM product marketing manager, Crucial. “We anticipate that our new modules and component densities will enable smaller form factors and the next generation of computers to have capacities that were traditionally limited to the server or high end desktop space.”

Ballistix DDR4 16GB memory is expected to ship in late July. Available in 16GB modules or in kits up to 128GB, the modules come with a limited lifetime warranty.[2] For more information about Crucial DDR4 memory technology, visit

  FULL STORY @ CRUCIAL

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