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Crucial 32GB 2133MHz Quad Channel DDR4 Memory Kit Review
     Tue, Oct 14 2014 | 4:42P | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
With the launch of Intel’s X99 platform last week came the first consumer availability of DDR4 memory, the successor to the current mainstream DDR3 product stack. Today we can reveal our first DDR4 memory kit review kicking things off with Crucial’s DDR4-2133 32GB kit. It may not be fancy in its styling but it comes with Crucial’s usual competitive pricing and makes an interesting analysis given that it is the entry level DDR4 speed of 2133MHz, remember the baseline for DDR3 when it was released was 1066MHz. To test Crucial’s kit we’ve opted for the ASUS Rampage V Extreme motherboard which is the current world record motherboard for memory overclocking, furthermore the “ASUS OC Socket” feature this board has allows for higher memory overclocks with less volts than rival boards.

Silicon Power Marvel M70 64GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive Review
     Tue, Oct 14 2014 | 1:34A | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Have you ever gone to visit a friend or attend a meeting and just before you left you decided that you needed to copy some data only to find out that the capacity of the storage device you carry with you was just insufficient for the task? Well that used to happen to me quite a bit until i finally decided that it was better to have a very large USB flash drive mounted on my keychain and perhaps never need to use all of its available space than to need more space and not have it (for me the same logic applies to power supply units as well). Times change however and so now even a 32GB USB flash drive which was considered as enormous not too long ago might not be enough to hold everything you may want to store. Fortunately with all the price drops occurring around us all the time the price/capacity ratio crown now belongs to 64GB models and today we will be taking a thorough look at one such model the Marvel M70 64GB USB 3.0 USB Flash Drive by Silicon Power."

G.SKILL Ripjaws 4 16 GB 3000 MHz Kit (4x 4GB DDR4) @ techPowerUp
     Thu, Oct 09 2014 | 9:05A | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Built with some of the highest possible speeds without being the most expensive kit, the G.SKILL Ripjaws 4 3000 MHz C15 kit is a treat for both overclockers and gamers alike. Featuring a brand-new look that includes a new heatspreader design, the G.SKILL Ripjaws 4 3000 MHz kit is ready to take your system to the limit and beyond."

Micron M600 SSD Review (256GB/1TB)
     Thu, Oct 09 2014 | 9:03A | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
As a reader on our site, you should be very familiar with Crucial and their highly regarded consumer SSDs. Most recently recently, they announced their newest drive the MX100. In our review, we found it to be a great value SSD as it offers its owners many enterprise grade features at a very competitive price, due in part to Micron’s latest 16nm MLC NAND.

Mach Xtreme MX-ES Ultra SLC USB 3.0 Flash Drive Review (64GB)
     Thu, Oct 09 2014 | 9:02A | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
In examining the flash industry over the past eight years, I don’t think many would argue that there has been insurmountable growth, paired with enough growing pains and obstacles along the way to frustrate even the best in the business. Flash technology has grown so fast that today it would be seemingly impossible to find anyone not tied to flash in some way. Within the business, you could harness exabytes of differing opinions yet, in this lies one thing all would agree upon; single level cell (SLC) flash reigns supreme. It is the best. If you are looking for endurance, it is untouchable. Our report of the Mach Xtreme MX-ES Ultra Flash Drive speaks to the first SLC flash drive that we have reviewed and, at least for those new to an understanding of flash memory, promises to provide us with a very educational report.

NAND-level parallelism
     Thu, Oct 09 2014 | 9:00A | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Micron's new M600 SSD has a dynamic write cache that can treat any block on the drive as high-speed SLC NAND. This unique feature is designed to help lower-capacity SSDs keep up with larger drives that have more NAND-level parallelism, and we've tested the 256GB and 1TB versions to see how well it works.

G.Skill Ripjaws4 DDR4-2400 16GB Memory
     Wed, Oct 08 2014 | 9:03A | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Recently we took a look at our first DDR4 memory kit, which was from Crucial. It was their JEDEC kit so it had no XMP profile and runs at the stock 2133 MHz as well as no fancy heatspreaders. Well the kit we are taking a look at today is much different. It has a nice set of heatspreaders and runs at 2400 MHz with timings of 15-15-15-25 at 1.2V. The kit we are talking about is G.Skill’s F4-2400C15Q-16GRK kit, which is a 16 GB kit. G.Skill will also be offering these kits in three different color options so you can match them to your motherboard, case and other components. Let’s get these modules in our X99 system and see what they can do!"

G.Skill Ripjaws4 DDR4-2400 16GB Quad-Channel Memory Kit Review
     Thu, Oct 02 2014 | 5:12P | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
G.Skill sent over a cheaper and slower DDR4 RAM kit for Shawn to review. Let`s see if this DDR4-2400 kit is worth considering as we overclock it."

Toshiba Canvio AeroMobile Wireless External SSD Review
     Thu, Oct 02 2014 | 1:22A | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Toshiba`s Canvio AeroMobile is a unique storage solution featuring solid state storage. If you`re after fast, external storage over Wi-Fi, take a look."

SanDisk Ultra 128GB SDXC and 64GB microSDXC Memory Cards Review
     Wed, Oct 01 2014 | 6:22P | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
SanDisk`s Ultra SDXC and microSDXC memory cards make their way through the lab. Follow on as Tyler puts them through their paces to see how they perform."

Win a Kingston HyperX Fury 8GB 1866MHz DDR3 Memory Kit @ Bigbruin.com
     Wed, Oct 01 2014 | 5:51A | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Are you ready for some football? Up for grabs in week five of Bigbruin.com`s Pro Football Pick `Em is a Kingston HyperX Fury 8GB 1866MHz DDR3 Memory Kit!"

Team Group Micro SDHC UHS-1 U3 32GB Review @ Madshrimps
     Tue, Sep 30 2014 | 11:10A | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Having one of the latest 3D or 4K video recorders or want to shoot RAW much faster? No problem since Team Group has you covered with their latest microSDHC UHS-1 U3 cards which come in both 16GB and 32GB variants and have rated speeds of 45MB/s writes and 90MB/s reads."

Kingston HyperX Predator DDR4 16GB 3000MHz Memory Kit Review @ Legit Reviews
     Sat, Sep 27 2014 | 4:16P | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Now that the Intel X99 chipset has been released along with the Intel Haswell-E processor series we have entered the era of DDR4 memory. There are many DDR4 memory kits on the market and right now you can find 16GB to 64GB kits of DDR4 memory ranging in speeds of 2133MHz to 3333MHz. The sheer number of kits on the market for the platform launch is rather impressive and luckily there are a good number of Intel X99 based motherboards that are ready to support DDR4 memory frequencies well beyond the JEDEC standard clock frequency of 2133MHz. Motherboard maker ASUS has claimed that all of their boards are able to support up to 3200MHz and beyond, even with all eight DIMM slots being populated with modules. At the end of the day all this means that if you want to build an X99 platform you can go a little crazy one the memory and get some overclocking memory straight out of the gate. DDR4 memory is very expensive though, so which kit should you get and at what clock speed and timings? We have DDR4 memory kits from Corsair, Crucial, G.Skill and Kingston with more coming from companies like ADATA and Mushkin. The problem is all the kits are various capacities and clock speeds, so it?s hard to do a roundup when prices range from $250 to $600 on the kits. We figured we?d take quick a quick look at the HyperX Predator 16GB 3000MHz DDR4 Memory kit from Kingston Technology Corporation to kick things off."

MX Technology MX-ES Ultra 32GB Review @ ocaholic
     Thu, Sep 25 2014 | 4:40A | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
The MX-ES Ultra is a high-performance USB3.0 flash drive MX Technology. This pendrive features a compact enclosure and on the inside we find expensive SLC NAND Flash. On the following pages we`re going to have a close look at the 32GB model in order to tell you what this USB stick can do and what it can`t"

SanDisk Ultra II 240GB SSD Review - SanDisk TLC NAND Flash takes shape
     Mon, Sep 22 2014 | 8:58A | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Last month we previewed Toshiba`s TLC flash, our first look at TLC outside of Samsung. Today we look at SanDisk`s first retail SSD with TLC flash."

Silicon Power Blaze B06 64GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive Review
     Sun, Sep 21 2014 | 11:05A | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
When a friend asked me a couple of days ago about what review"

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