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ADATA XPG Xtreme Series 8GB DDR3-2133X Memory Kit @ Hi Tech Legion
     Wed, Sep 26 2012 | 10:49P | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
ADATA XPG Xtreme DDR3-2133X 8GB Memory Kit meets of all the needs of today`s enthusiast. While the ADATA XPG Xtreme 2133X is c=base clocked at JDEC spec DDR3-1600 9-9-9-24, its XMP profile has it buzzing along at 2133MHz 10-11-10-30 at 1.65v right out of the box. Specially designed standard height heat spreaders keep the XPG Xtreme 2133X running cool, while keeping out of the way of other components in your build. Though the spreaders are standard height, there is no lack of looks in the XPG Xtreme 2133X, with polished silver aluminum spreaders sporting the embossed ADATA logo and trademark stars. For each module, ADATA uses strict binning practices for their chips, and mates them with high quality circuit boards. To keep you up and running, every ADATA XPG Xtreme kit comes backed with a limited lifetime warranty."
  FULL STORY @ HITECHLEGION.COM

G.Skill TridentX DDR3-2400 8GB Dual Channel Memory Kit Review @ ThinkComputers.org
     Tue, Sep 25 2012 | 9:16A | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
This time around were taking a look at G.Skills TridentX series. Starting at 2133Mhz and going all the way up to 2800Mhz, the TridentX Series is brutally fast. A black and red theme well suited to ASUS ROG series or ASRocks Fatal1ty series, it looks awesome if youre the kind of person who likes oversized or extreme styling. The kit G.Skill have sent us is the middle of the spectrum; 2400Mhz, yet its only CAS 10 speeds, with high speeds with such low latency this kit promises to be a strong performer. Lets check it out!"
  FULL STORY @ THINKCOMPUTERS

Corsair Dominator Platinum CL10 2666 MHz 4x 4GB DDR3 @ techPowerUp
     Mon, Sep 24 2012 | 3:57P | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Once again Corsair refreshes their Dominator line-up, and this time, they`ve got some big changes! Today I`ve got the Dominator Platinum modules for testing, and none other than the high-end 2666 MHz CL10 kit. Made for overclocking, while having a sleek and very sophisiticated look, the Dominator Platinum brings a lot to the table."
  FULL STORY @ TECHPOWERUP.COM

Corsair Dominator Platinum 1600MHz Memory Review @ Hi Tech Legion
     Sun, Sep 23 2012 | 3:57P | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
The Dominator Platinum kit is currently Corsair`s top DDR3 memory line with capacity ranges from 1600MHz 8GB to 2666MHz 16GB as well as 2133MHz 64GB kits. The Corsair Dominator Platinum features hand-selected memory ICs paired with the patented DHX cooling system and a new interchangeable LED light bar that sets it apart from other memory kits. The Dominator Platinum memory kit is also Corsair Link compatible so users can monitor the temperatures from their desktop. For total peace of mind, each Corsair Dominator Platinum memory kit comes with a lifetime warranty and is fully compatible with the latest Intel Z77 and X79 platforms as well previous generation P67 and Z68 dual-channel motherboards./"
  FULL STORY @ HITECHLEGION.COM

Kingston HyperX X2 Grey Series 4GB (2 x 2GB) DDR3 2133Mhz KHX2133C9AD3X2K2/4GX Desktop Memory @ TestFreaks
     Sat, Sep 22 2012 | 12:11P | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
If youve been involved with computers for a while youd know that all ram is not created equal. If you consider yourself an enthusiast you owe it to yourself to use good quality ram from a reputable company. Kingston is one such company and their Hyper X line is the epitome of enthusiast performance and quality. Even if you aren`t an enthusiast though your system can surely benefit from high performance ram with great timings and fast speeds as virtually everything is dependant on it in one way or another. Today for review Ive got a 4gb set of Kingston Hyper X X2 Grey Series DDR3 ram and from my testing its not bad at all."
  FULL STORY @ TESTFREAKS.COM

Strontium AUTO 16GB Flash Drive @ Techreaction.net
     Fri, Sep 21 2012 | 4:03P | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
After the dust settled from our testing we found out a few things from the AUTO USB. The Strontium AUTO USB does max out USB 2.0 with the read speeds, but the write speeds are slower, coming in at around 7MB/s. The chip on board was not able to be tested as none of our cars our friends cars had USB connections in their cars. If it does work as intended that will just be an added bonus. Another thing to keep in mind, this AUTO USB stick has an MSRP of $10 which is a huge factor in buying flash drives. It is nice and cheap with great read speeds and average write speeds for other flash drives in the price range."
  FULL STORY @ TECHREACTION.NET

Strontium 16GB AUTO USB Flash Drive @ Pro-Clockers
     Thu, Sep 20 2012 | 4:03P | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Our first but not last product we are reviewing for them is the 16GB Auto flash drive. Strontium aimed this particular drive at the car audio user and enthusiast. Strontium suggest this drive to the car audio crowd because of its unique design and its ability to quickly transfer data from PC to drive for those really on the go and on the go fast."
  FULL STORY @ PRO-CLOCKERS.COM

 
Bruce Lee MIMOBOT 8GB USB 2.0 Flash Drive Review @ Legit Reviews
     Tue, Sep 18 2012 | 9:01A | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Mimoco debuted the Legends of MIMOBOT series earlier this year and so far you can get Einstein or Bruce Lee character based storage drives. Bruce Lee was and still is the most influential martial artist of all time, so it only makes sense that he becomes part of the Legends of MIMOBOT series. The Bruce Lee MIMOBOT series is available in 8GB, 16GB, 32GB, & 64GB capacities with the prices being $19.99, $29.99, $39.99 and $69.99. Mimoco sent over the 8GB Bruce Lee MIMOBOT for us to take a closer look at... Article URL: Bruce Lee MIMOBOT 8GB USB 2.0 Flash Drive Review @ Legit Reviews"
  FULL STORY @ LEGITREVIEWS.COM

Review: G.Skill TridentX 2x4GB DDR3-2600MHz CL10 @ Ocaholic
     Sun, Sep 16 2012 | 4:03P | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
During the 16 month reign of Sandy Bridge, memory overclocking was given a secondary role by being capped with the DDR3-2133 multiplier. As its successor, Intels recent Ivy Bridge has brought a wide extension to the available frequency range providing a bigger playground for both manufacturers and end users. Now that the dust had settled down, it became apparent that so-called high-performance memory can be divided in two main groups. First one consists of EOL (End-Of-Life) stuff based on Elpida BBSE and X-series Powerchip (PSC) ICs. In case you dont want to go on the second hand market and search for well clocking memory, there are lots of brand new high-rated Hynix- and Samsung-based 4GB modules for you to choose from."
  FULL STORY @ OCAHOLIC.CH

Universal Portable Storage from Buffalo
     Sun, Sep 16 2012 | 9:02A | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
This device has a number of indisputable advantages: compact size, convenience of use, universality as t is compatible with both: Mac OS and Microsoft Windows OS and comes with all cables already included. It boasts elegant and stylish exterior, although we wish the data transfer speed were a little higher.
  FULL STORY @ XBITLABS

Test: Crucial Ballistix Elite 4x4GB 2000 MHz CL9 revisited on Ivy Bridge @ Ocaholic
     Sat, Sep 15 2012 | 11:48A | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Very recently, we posted a trilogy featuring memory from Crucials recently refreshed Ballistix series. Before Crucial have massively switched to Micron D9PFJ, they had to resort to other IC makers in order to produce their fast memory. Tonight, we will take a second look at some of their older stuff to judge if going Micron made things any better."
  FULL STORY @ OCAHOLIC.CH

SanDisk Extreme 64GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive
     Thu, Sep 13 2012 | 2:31P | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
What's neat about the Sandisk Extreme 64GB USB 3.0 flash drive is that it's built with the kind of flash memory found in Solid State Drives . Sandisk won't reveal the exact type of NAND flash memory mind you, but rate the drive at speeds of 190MB/s read and 170MB/s write. That's quick. For a clearer picture on the capabilities of the SanDisk Extreme flash drive, PCSTATS benchmarked it against the Patriot Supersonic.
Both flash drives are native USB 3.0 devices and 64GB in capacity, but the type of flash memory differs between them. Where the SanDisk Extreme posted results of 196MB/s read and 173MB/s write in CrystalDiskMark (100MB, Sequential), the Patriot Supersonic flash drive managed just 114.2MB/s read and 59.33MB/s write - a virtual snails pace by comparison!
  FULL STORY @ PCSTATS

IDF 2012: Kingston Shows Off Windows To Go
     Thu, Sep 13 2012 | 12:01P | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
"The Kingston DataTraveler Workspace measures 75.29 x 22.98 x 16.44mm and as we mentioned earlier is a USB 3.0 drive. Kingston hasn't set final specifications for speed, but right now they are seeing sequential Read/Write speeds while running Windows 8 of 250/150MB/s and sustained random 4K Read/Write while running Windows 8 of 3,750/6,000 IOPS. These are pretty impressive drive speeds and we were told this drive can score 22,000 points on the PCMark Vantage HDD test suite..."
  FULL STORY @ LEGITREVIEWS

G.Skill TridentX F32400C10D-8GTX 2400 MHz DDR3 @ techPowerUp
     Thu, Sep 13 2012 | 9:53A | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Looking to get a new high-end motherboard, and don`t know what memory to pick? Does that board happen to be red and black? G.Skill takes an older brand and makes it new, this time Trident becomes TridentX, changing from black and blue to black and red, and adds something else, too."
  FULL STORY @ TECHPOWERUP.COM

Review: ADATA XPG Gaming Series V2.0 2x4GB DDR3-2400MHz CL10 @ Ocaholic
     Thu, Sep 13 2012 | 9:28A | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Very recently, we took a look at new memory offers from Crucial, G.Skill and Kingston. Going by manufacturers one by one allows us to have a good overview of the memory market and today we are going to have a look at ADATA`s contendor. The first kit we are going to review is the fastest one from the manufacturer belonging to their Gaming Series."
  FULL STORY @ OCAHOLIC.CH

SanDisk Extreme 64GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive (SDCZ80-064G) Review
     Tue, Sep 11 2012 | 6:05P | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
What's neat about the Sandisk Extreme 64GB USB 3.0 flash drive is that it's built with the kind of flash memory found in Solid State Drives . Sandisk won't reveal the exact type of NAND flash memory mind you, but rate the drive at speeds of 190MB/s read and 170MB/s write. That's quick. For a clearer picture on the capabilities of the SanDisk Extreme flash drive, PCSTATS benchmarked it against the Patriot Supersonic. Both flash drives are native USB 3.0 devices and 64GB in capacity, but the type of flash memory differs between them. Where the SanDisk Extreme posted results of 196MB/s read and 173MB/s write in CrystalDiskMark (100MB, Sequential), the Patriot Supersonic flash drive managed just 114.2MB/s read and 59.33MB/s write - a virtual snails pace by comparison!
  FULL STORY @ PCSTATS

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