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Kingston 10th Anniversary HyperX 16GB 2133MHz DDR3 Review @ Vortez
     Tue, Mar 12 2013 | 10:28A | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
As the name suggests, Kingston have been churning out their HyperX range of memory kits for 10 years now and are proven leaders in the highly contested memory market. The kit on review today is a celebration of that fact. Weighing in at a speedy 2133MHz the kit arrives with sleek yet stylish special edition silver heat spreaders that are bound to stand out in any system."

Kingston DataTraveler Ultimate 3.0 G3 32 GB @ techPowerUp
     Sun, Mar 10 2013 | 10:20A | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
The Kingston Ultimate 3.0 G3 flash drive is a third-generation unit for professional business users demanding high performance and a solid, understated, stylish, and cap-less design. With capacities of up to 64 GB, it also offers the storage required by some."

Patriot Supersonic Magnum 256GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive Review @ Legit Reviews
     Sat, Mar 09 2013 | 4:01P | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
When it comes to performance the Patriot Supersonic Magnum 256GB is hands down the fastest USB 3.0 Flash drive that we have ever seen when it comes to the synthetic benchmark results. Seeing sequential read speeds of nearly 300MB/s and 180MB/s write is very impressive..."

Patriot Supersonic Magnum 256GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive Review @ Hi Tech Legion
     Fri, Mar 08 2013 | 4:01P | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
The Patriot Memory Supersonic Magnum USB drive promises blazing fast 250MB/s read and 160MB/s write speeds. The Supersonic Magnum drive is available in 256GB, 128GB, and 64GB capacities, utilizing 8-channel technology to efficiently deliver impressive transfer rates whether the system is running on Windows, Mac OS or Linux operating systems. Measuring just 9.1mm thick, the Patriot Memory Supersonic Magnum USB drive actually has no clearance issues when plugged in side-by-side in parallel with a USB cable at the back of the motherboard. It is however 26.9mm wide so there might be clearance issues with the rear device port directly above or below the Supersonic Magnum drive. A durable aluminum shell casing protects the Supersonic Magnum from drops, shocks and other impacts of up to 15G and it is backed with a warranty that spans 5-years."

USB 2.0 vs. USB 3.0 Flash Drives On Linux
     Fri, Mar 08 2013 | 12:04P | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
With the current Linux USB stack and file-systems, do USB 3.0 flash drives provide much of a performance gain over USB 2.0 flash drives? In this article are some brief benchmarks from USB 2.0 and USB 3.0 Corsair Flash Voyagers."

SanDisk Extreme 64GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive Review
     Thu, Mar 07 2013 | 7:05A | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
How Extreme are you? We test the latest USB 3.0 flash drive from SanDisk and see how it performs."

REVIEW Transcend SSD320 256GB @ PureOverclock
     Mon, Mar 04 2013 | 7:05A | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
?We?ve looked at many SandForce solid state drives, and today?s SSD also contains the SF-2281 we?ve come to know and love. It?s a popular setup, as consumers get top notch speed without having to fork out tons of cash. Today we have the Transcend SSD320 in a 256GB capacity for a closer look. That?s not a terribly flashy name for a speed demon of a drive, but we care less about the marketing and more about the results. In a sea of similar products, can this Transcend SSD somehow stand out? Let?s dive in and find out.?"

Kingston HyperX 10th Anniversary DDR3-2400 16GB Memory Kit Review @ ThinkComputers.org
     Fri, Mar 01 2013 | 3:13P | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Kingston is celebrating 10 years of HyperX. Can you believe that HyperX has been around that long? It makes me feel pretty old! HyperX is of course Kingstons high performance memory line. Recently they have added the HyperX name to other high performance products like their solid state drives and flash drives. To commemorate the 10th Anniversary of HyperX Kingston has released their 10th Anniversary HyperX Memory Kits. The modules feature an extremely attractive heatspreader, high frequencies, XMP profiles and the heatspreaders are not that large so they will not get in the way of your CPU cooler. Today we are looking at the KHX24C11X3K4/16X kit which is a 16GB kit (4x 4GB) that operates at 2400MHz with timings of 11-13-13 at 1.65V."

G.SKILL TRIDENTX 8GB 2400C10 Dual Channel RAM Kit Review @ Madshrimps
     Fri, Mar 01 2013 | 9:23A | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
The G.Skill brand has become one of the more popular ones in the enthusiast community. This Taiwanese RAM company has won the hearts of many overclockers, especially due their binni"

Kingston DataTraveler HyperX Predator 512GB Flash Drive Review @ Techgage
     Fri, Feb 22 2013 | 9:04A | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
* For years, theres been a constant battle in the flash drive market where companies have tried to build the smallest drive possible but boast the most amount of space. In this regard, it has to be said that Kingston is the current winner. Its DT HyperX Predator isnt much larger than a regular performance thumb drive, but its storage *starts out* at 512GB."

OCZ Vector 256GB Review
     Thu, Feb 21 2013 | 11:48A | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
OCZ`s Vector line of solid state drives is every bit the performer that the Vertex 4 drives are with very few exceptions. In many of the tests, the two fastest drives were the Vertex 4 and OCZ`s latest Indilinx Barefoot 3-equipped Vector. The only real weakness I saw was that the Vector was less frugal with the CPU cycles than the other Indilinx equipped drives. OCZ`s move to the Barefoot 3 controller is beginning to pay dividends as it uses the technologies it has available in-house after the Indilinx and PLX acquisitions. It`s taken a while to go all-in but that time has come. As the first totally in-house designed controller from OCZ, it seems to have hit on a controller that does better at managing real world usage scenarios and handling both compressible and incompressible data streams."

Kingston DataTraveler Ultimate G3 64GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive Review
     Tue, Feb 19 2013 | 11:48A | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Around a month ago i was asked to attend a technology related seminar for which i had to prepare and bring enough material to fill a large part of the 6 hours total it was ment to last (i say ment because i ended up leaving a lot sooner). The result was me filling a total of 52GB worth of data from charts, benchmarks, product pictures and Full HD clips on my favorite Kingston HyperX 128GB USB Flash Drive. Now the interesting part was that i wasn`t really the only person in charge of bringing material for the seminar and so in the end there were five of us each carrying a USB flash drive with enough data to fill not 6 but 30 hours. Because of that in the end we all started talking about flash drives, how their prices have reached an all-time low and which are the best ones in the market currently not only in terms of performance but also in appearance and build quality. Naturally the award winning HyperX and PREDATOR flash drives by Kingston where at the center of our discussion but it seems that Kingston is on a roll since the very next day we received their latest DataTraveler Ultimate G3 64GB USB 3.0 Flash drive."

RAMDisks: Maximizing High-Capacity RAM
     Mon, Feb 18 2013 | 1:43P | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Want a tremendous speed boost? Keep reading, as we explore the benefits of a RAMDisk."

Crucial Ballistix Tactical LP & Sport VLP 1600MHz DDR3 Memory Kit Review @ Legit Reviews
     Mon, Feb 18 2013 | 9:04A | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
The Crucial Ballistic Sport VLP module stands just 18.75mm tall and the Crucial Ballistix Tatical LP is 25.50mm in height. A normal DDR3 memory module module with a heatspreader on it is around 32mm in height, so these are substantially lower. Super high-end performance memory like the Kingston HyperX T1 module stands 60.95mm tall, but the Corsair Dominator GTX module tops them all at 64.30mm tall!"

Crucial Ballistix Tactical 16GB DDR3 PC3-12800 Low Profile Memory Kit Review @ Madshrimps
     Sun, Feb 17 2013 | 4:23P | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
The new Ballistix Tactical memory kits from Crucial are also available in Low Profile format, which means that they have lower height for permitting a better clearance in systems which require it and also operate at a lower voltage (1.35V)."

Silicon Power Marvel M60 32GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive Review @ ModSynergy.com
     Sat, Feb 16 2013 | 9:14A | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Today I have the chance to share with you my views on the new Silicon Power Marvel M60 USB 3.0 flash drive in 32GB capacity. Read on to see if it`s worth your hard earned money."

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