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G.Skill ARES DDR3-2133 16GB Quad Channel Memory Kit Review @ ThinkComputers.org
     Tue, Jun 12 2012 | 4:59A | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
We have already taken a look at G.Skills RipjawsZ and RipjawsX memory now it is time for their ARES series of memory. The ARES memory is designed to be low-profile so you can use it with larger aftermarket CPU coolers. Today we are taking a look at the 16GB kit of the ARES memory, specifically the F3-2133C11Q-16GAO kit. This kit runs at 2133MHz with timings of 11-11-11-30 at 1.6V. You can get these kits with both blue or orange heatspreaders. Read on as we take this memory through the paces."
  FULL STORY @ THINKCOMPUTERS

Team Group Xtreem LV 8GB 2400MHz DDR3 Review @ Vortez
     Mon, Jun 11 2012 | 6:49P | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Today we will be taking a look at Team Group`s Xtreem LV product range - namely the blisteringly fast 2400MHz DDR3 kit. With CAS timings of 9-10-10-28 @ 1.65v we are hoping for good things from our review sample today. The ambitious out there will be keen to know how this kit will compare to the now common 1600MHz kit. Will there be much of a performance increase? Let`s find out!"
  FULL STORY @ VORTEZ.NET

Topower Black-X 4GB 1600MHz DDR3 Review @ Vortez
     Mon, Jun 11 2012 | 6:49P | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Black-X are designed to satisfy enthusiasts and gamers. The kit we are to look at today has a stock frequency of 1600MHz, CAS timings of 9-9-9-28 and a voltage of 1.65v. How will this kit fare against stiff competition? There`s only one way to find out. Let`s begin our analysis."
  FULL STORY @ VORTEZ.NET

Mushkin Redline PC3-12800 (994057) 16GB Quad Pack Memory Kit Review @ Hi Tech Legion
     Fri, Jun 08 2012 | 9:04A | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
The Mushkin Redline PC3-12800 (994057) 16GB Quad Pack Memory Kit is no different. The Redline 994057 Quad Kit offers the best performance on the market. The 994057 comes with industry leading 7-7-7-24 timings on a 16GB quad channel kit. Along with the fast timings, the 994057 uses high performance Mushkin Ridgeback heatsinks for the best possible cooling. The Redline Quad kit runs at 1.65v and comes with Mushkin`s lifetime warranty. All Mushkin memory is hand tested for ultimate quality assurance.///"
  FULL STORY @ HITECHLEGION.COM

G.Skill Trident X DDR3 2400 8GB Dual Kit @ Pro-Clockers
     Thu, Jun 07 2012 | 9:01A | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Enter G.Skill. G.Skill has a rep for being where there in the middle of the overclocking world. They hold quite a few world records when it comes to bandwidth numbers. But for those that will not be putting LN2 to your system G.Skill has made it easy for us common folk to obtain some high frequencies. For a mere $99, you can get 8GB of ram that will give you 2400 MHz with a simple selection in the BIOS of a good Z77 based motherboard. Their new kit is under the Trident X series and offers more than bandwidth."
  FULL STORY @ PRO-CLOCKERS.COM

G.Skill Trident X 2400MHz Review
     Wed, Jun 06 2012 | 9:01A | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Performance-wise, the Trident X modules deliver performance indicative of the latencies and clock speed they run at. Against lower rated modules, the Trident X modules deliver higher bandwidth and ultimately a higher level of performance across just about every test run. Overclocking delivered measurable performance increases over the baseline results, as expected. When it came to overclocking, I was able to pull another 100MHz from the already high 2400MHz, to reach just over 2500MHz, while tightening up the TRFC slightly."
  FULL STORY @ OVERCLOCKERSCLUB.COM

Patriot Viper 3 Memory Announced
     Mon, Jun 04 2012 | 5:46P | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Patriot Memory, a global pioneer in high-performance memory, NAND flash, storage and enthusiast computer products today introduces their new Viper 3 memory series.

Specifically engineered for rock solid performance in the most demanding computer environments, Patriot Memory’s Viper 3 Series is designed with true power users in mind. Available in a customized four color line up with specific performance variants, the Viper 3 Series will offer a wide range of performance solutions. Leading the pack, the Black Mamba will feature speeds from 1600 MHz up to 2133 MHz at 1.5 volts for increased stability and endurance. Providing speeds of 1600MHz up to 2133MHz, the Venom Red and Sapphire Blue modules will offer true killer high performance for enthusiast gaming and the most demanding applications. With full Intel® XMP certification, the Sapphire Blue will be the ultimate gaming solution for use with Intel® platforms and overclocking profiles. Offering an ecofriendly solution, the Jungle Green modules will feature a power draw of only 1.35 volts.

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The Patriot Memory Viper 3 Series utilizes a custom designed high performance heat shield with superior heat dissipation for rock solid stability and reliability, even when used with the most taxing applications. The Viper 3 Series is built from only high quality materials and hand tested to ensure compatibility with Intel® and AMD processors. Available in dual and quad channel kits, up to 32GBs and in single 4GB and 8GB DIMMs, Patriot Memory’s Viper 3 modules are backed by a lifetime warranty.

  FULL STORY @ PATRIOTMEMORY

 
Patriot Supersonic Boost XT 32GB Overall, for those seeking a thumb drive that c
     Sat, Jun 02 2012 | 12:01P | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Overall, for those seeking a thumb drive that can really take advantage of the extra bandwidth offered by the USB 3.0 interface then the Patriot Supersonic Boost XT isn’t for you. Rather this is the ideal product for those after something they can quickly download their data from, around 3x faster than USB 2.0, while also having the ability to absorb knocks and bumps without a problem.
  FULL STORY @ LEGIONHARDWARE

Quad-Channel DDR3 Memory Round-Up
     Sat, Jun 02 2012 | 12:00P | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
To coincide with the release of Intel's current flagship Sandy Bridge-E processor and companion X79 chipset, a number of Intel’s memory partners released new quad-channel memory kits optimized for the platform. Previous Intel platforms were designed to offer optimal performance with two or three-channel memory configurations; Sandy Bridge-E and the X79 Express, however, perform best with a quad-channel setup. As such, we thought it would be a good idea to round-up a varied group of quad-channel memory kit options to see how each performed with a Sandy Bridge-E CPU and the X79 Express chipset, along with learning about what kind of features they offered to end users...
  FULL STORY @ HOTHARDWARE

Samsung Green DDR3 8GB 1600MHz 30nm Review @ Vortez
     Sat, Jun 02 2012 | 10:58A | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
The Samsung Green 30nm kit we will be testing today is a dual channel DDR3 kit with a stock frequency of 1600MHz and CAS timings of 11-11-11-28. There have been many reports of this particular kit being able to reach some intriguing overclocking heights so it will be interesting to see how far we can go with this kit."
  FULL STORY @ VORTEZ.NET

Kingston HyperX Genesis DDR3 1866 16GB Quad Kit @ Pro-Clockers
     Fri, Jun 01 2012 | 8:45A | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Today, we will be taking a good long look at some memory from their HyperX line. The ram official title is KHX1866C9D3K4/16GX but many will know it better by HyperX Genesis. We were handed 16GB of DDR3 1866 in four sticks. This kit is geared towards the motherboards featuring the Intel X79 chipset but can be used in many others."
  FULL STORY @ PRO-CLOCKERS.COM

Kingston HyperX 3K Solid State
     Tue, May 29 2012 | 4:03P | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
"We are going into our final week of our Month of Giveaways! We have given away a prize each week during the past month! This week up for grabs we have a 120GB Kingston HyperX 3K Solid State drive and two 16GB Kingston Wi-Drive’s. The contest is only running for a week so make sure you get your entry in quickly and make sure you meet the below requirements! Special thanks to Kingston for providing us with the HyperX 3K Solid State Drive and the two Kingson Wi-Drives!"
  FULL STORY @ SOLID

Topre Realforce 105UB Review
     Tue, May 29 2012 | 12:00P | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
"I’m glad to see that mechanical keyboards are taking off with the gaming crowd. It used to be just me that was rocking a mechanical, then I slowly started getting my friends into it by selling them keyboards and inviting them to try out mine. When I went back to the Computer Gaming Society IRC channel someone told me “Hey! Will! We’ve all got mechanicals now! Aren’t you proud?” And I was, of course. Mechanicals make excellent sense for gamers looking for every bit of performance they can get, particularly if they’re playing competitively. They give you that slightest edge; they’re faster, more durable and they feel better than normal rubber dome keyboards.
  FULL STORY @ XSREVIEWS

Crucial Adrenaline Review @ HCW
     Mon, May 28 2012 | 4:01P | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
In HCW's review of the Crucial Adrenaline, we compare Crucial's Dataplex caching software to Intel's Smart Response Technology, and find out if either can perform like an actual SSD system.
  FULL STORY @ HARDCOREWARE

Corsair 8GB 1866MHz CL10 Laptop Memory Kit Review @ Legit Reviews
     Fri, May 25 2012 | 9:46A | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
The Corsair Vengeance 8GB SODIMM memory kits are ideal for notebook users that often use heavy-duty applications like photo and video editing software or for those that play games. If your current notebook has 4GB or less memory, you will also see a benefit from one of these 8GB kits as you always want to have as much memory as possible for multitasking. When it comes to performance we saw some impressive performance gains in some benchmarks and the laptop felt faster when running applications and games. In Sandra 2012 SP4a we saw memory bandwidth jump up over 20% and this Intel Ivy Bridge laptop had 24.8 GB/s of memory bandwidth after the memory upgrade..."
  FULL STORY @ LEGITREVIEWS.COM

Crucial Ballistix Elite DDR3 1866 16GB Quad Kit @ Pro-Clockers
     Fri, May 25 2012 | 9:46A | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Crucial has a line of ram what would be a worthy choice of a higher-end system. The Ballistix Elite series is designed for the gamers and enthusiasts in mind. Running in frequencies ranging from 1600 to 2133 MHz and kits size of 4 to 16 GB, Crucial as a kit for almost everyone. We will be taking a long look at the Elite 1866 MHz 16GB quad kit today."
  FULL STORY @ PRO-CLOCKERS.COM

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