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CeBIT 2012- G.SKILL demonstrates the fastest quad channel RAM
     Thu, Mar 08 2012 | 4:47P | Memory | PermaLink
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March 7th 2012. G.SKILL, the worldwide leading high performance memory designer, has shown the fastest quad channel memory at a whopping speed of DDR3 2666MHz 16GB(4x4GB) with ASUS ROG RAMPAGE IV EXTREME motherboard and Intel Core i7-3960X processor at CeBIT 2012.
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To provide overclocking enthusiasts the best memory solution, G.SKILL R&D team is always dedicated to push DDR3 performance to boundary. This ultimate DDR3 2666MHz 16GB kit is without a doubt the best quad channel memory solution on the market; it allows extreme overclockers to unleash the maximum power of their X79 systems.

In addition, G.SKILL also demonstrates its super fast quad channel DDR3 2400MHz 16GB memory kits with Gigabyte G1.Assassin2 and BIOSTAR TPower X79 motherboards. It shows the perfect compatibility between G.SKILL high speed memory and the leading performance motherboards in the market.

  FULL STORY @ GSKILL

Samsung 30 nm Green PC3-12800 Low Profile 1.35 V DDR3 @ techPowerUp
     Thu, Mar 08 2012 | 4:10P | Memory | PermaLink
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Several tech forums are buzzing about Samsung`s lastest Green 30 nm DDR3, that sips the voltage, and sits on a tiny low-profile PCB. We snagged a pair to see what all the fuss is about, and boy, were we surprised!"
  FULL STORY @ TECHPOWERUP.COM

Kingston HyperX Red Limited Edition DDR3-1600 2x4GB Memory Kit Review @ Hi Tech Legion
     Mon, Mar 05 2012 | 2:01P | Memory | PermaLink
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The Kingston HyperX Red Limited Edition DDR3 memory kit comes in 4GB singles or 8GB pairs. The Kingston HyperX Red Limited Edition memory modules also come in either 1333MHz or 1600MHz frequencies, sporting a similar low-height aluminum heatspreader design as the Kingston HyperX Blu modules. The Kingston HyperX Red Limited Edition DDR3 memory kits are XMP ready and come with 9-9-9-27 timings at 1.5V for the 1333MHz modules and 1.65V for the 1600MHz kit. Users looking for a dual-channel memory kit that matches their red themed motherboard or case will be pleased to have the Kingston HyperX Red Limited Edition DDR3 modules as an option.///"
  FULL STORY @ HITECHLEGION.COM

Geil Memory Roundup
     Mon, Mar 05 2012 | 1:48P | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
The GeIL Enhance Corsa and Evo Corsa Memory-Kits arrived Technic3D. Technic3D will see as good they are on Windows 7 64 Bit and the Gigabyte GA-X58A-UD7 Mainboard. You can see 1.866 MHz (1,6V) with 9-9-9-26 (1T) and more in the following Review."
  FULL STORY @ TECHNIC3D.COM

OCZ Octane 512 GB with Indilinx Controller @ ocaholic
     Sat, Mar 03 2012 | 1:20P | Memory | PermaLink
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In our charts you find benchmark values regarding numerous graphics cards. Furthermore we do not comment the benchmark values. The idea and also the goal is to present to you a market overview which helps you choose the right graphics card."
  FULL STORY @ OCAHOLIC.CH

OC3D: G.Skill Ares 16GB 2133MHz Kit Review
     Sat, Mar 03 2012 | 9:25A | Memory | PermaLink
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We take a look at the latest G.Skill kit which combines 4GB s= ticks with 2133MHz speed."
  FULL STORY @ OVERCLOCK3D.NET

.SKILL breaks the memory frequency world record again – 3736MHz
     Fri, Mar 02 2012 | 1:32P | Memory | PermaLink
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On 27th February 2012, the highest DDR3 memory frequency record was smashed again by the well-known Swiss overclocker, Christian Ney. Using G.SKILL extreme RipjawsZ memory kit, Christian Ney has achieved the astonishing score of DDR3 3736MHz with 4GB high capacity memory stick.

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“It was a lot of fun while tweaking G.SKILL memory. You can feel the unlimited potential and always want to go higher and higher” said by Christian Ney.

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The record for the highest memory frequency has been validated by HWBOT, the widely recognized authority in the field of overclocking. For more detail, please refer to the link below: http://hwbot.org/submission/2260215_christian_ney_memory_clock_ddr3_sdram_1868.3_mhz
  FULL STORY @ MEMORY

 
Sandy Bridge-E Memory Performance Guide
     Fri, Mar 02 2012 | 12:00P | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Although I wouldn’t go as far as to say you shouldn’t bother with quad-channel memory, it is fair to say you don’t need it. Based on our findings the Sandy Bridge-E processors perform just as well when using dual-channel memory as they do with quad.
  FULL STORY @ LEGIONHARDWARE

REVIEW: Kingston SSDNow V+ 200 @ PureOverclock
     Tue, Feb 28 2012 | 1:01P | Memory | PermaLink
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Today we will be taking a close look at a cost effective drive offering from Kingston, the SSDNow V+200 120GB SATA III drive. The primary reason for the lower cost is Kingston`s choice of asynchronous (Async) NAND flash memory. Async SSDs can provide as much as $100 in savings verses a SSD that uses synchronous (Sync) NAND of the same capacity. The trade-off for value is performance, Sync SSDs do provide faster transfer rates as well as reads with incompressible data. Does this matter? Yes and No, as we will see in the today`s review."
  FULL STORY @ PUREOVERCLOCK.COM

AMD Performance Edition 8GB DDR3-1600 Memory Kit Review @Hi Tech Legion
     Mon, Feb 27 2012 | 12:12P | Memory | PermaLink
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With the plans now a reality, AMD introduces the Performance Edition DDR3-1600 8GB Memory Kit. Each facet of the AMD Performance Edition DDR3-1600 Memory has been optimized for ultimate performance on AMD systems, and remains Intel compatible as well. Using Patriot Memory`s manufacturing expertise, AMD Performance Edition Memory uses Locked BOM to ensure the same high quality components go into each and every stick of RAM. AMD Performance Edition DDR3-1600 Memory features tight 8-9-8 timings, and runs on the standard AMD 1.65v. To combat heat issues, an aluminum heat shield is used for dissipation adorned with the AMD red logo and artwork. As with all Patriot manufactured memory, each stick is 100% tested and verified, with all AMD Performance Edition RAM backed by a Lifetime Warranty. /"
  FULL STORY @ HITECHLEGION.COM

GeIL Enhance Corsa 16GB 1333
     Mon, Feb 27 2012 | 9:28A | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
The GeIL Enhance Corsa 16GB DDR3 1333 CL9 Memory arrived Technic3D. Technic3D will see as good they are on Windows 7 64 Bit and the Intel DX79SI Extreme Series Mainboard. You can see 2.000 MHz (1,6V) with 13-13-13-35 (2T) and more in the following Review."
  FULL STORY @ TECHNIC3D.COM

Kingston HyperX Genesis DDR3-1600 8GB Dual Channel Memory Kit Review @ ThinkComputers.org
     Sun, Feb 26 2012 | 11:54A | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Kingston has always been the memory that comes to mind when I think of enthusiast memory. Their HyperX line of memory has been their top of the line enthusiast memory and some of the first ever enthusiast memory to be released. Today we are going to be checking out their HyperX Genesis DDR3-1600 8GB Dual Channel Memory kit (KHX1600C9D3X2K2/8GX). This kit features Kingston?s newer heatspreaders and runs at 1600MHz with timings of 9-9-9-27 at 1.65V. This kit is the perfect starting kit for someone who is looking into dual channel memory. Read on as we take a look?"
  FULL STORY @ THINKCOMPUTERS

OWC Mercury Extreme Pro 6G 240GB Solid State Drive Review @ ThinkComputers.org
     Thu, Feb 23 2012 | 4:47P | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Other World Computing or OWC as most people call them is a company you may or may not have heard of. They have been around since 1988 and are one of the premier brands of upgrade and enhancement products for Apple devices. They started out with memory and like most memory companies they have started producing solid state drives. Today we are going to be checking out their Mercury Extreme Pro 6G Solid State drive. By the name you can guess this is a solid state drive and it boasts speeds of 559MB/s read and 527MB/s write. Let?s see how it stands up to the other big names in the SSD market."
  FULL STORY @ THINKCOMPUTERS

NAND Flash Memory - A Future Not So Bleak After All
     Wed, Feb 22 2012 | 5:45P | Memory | PermaLink
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Even without increasing die count, each die shrink doubles capacity, so even with the Constant Die Count restriction, longevity is effectively maintained. Also, with these die shrinks have come other improvements to flash architecture ? both to increase throughput and decrease latency. Another thing sidestepped by the paper is the difference in quality of flash memory. This varies widely among manufacturers, and was highlighted in a recent presentation at the Flash Memory Summit, where several different flash memory types were tested. While some flash actually performed below spec, others performed well above it."
  FULL STORY @ PCPER.COM

REVIEW: Kingston HyperX Red 8GB DDR3-1600 @ PureOverclock
     Wed, Feb 22 2012 | 9:01A | Memory | PermaLink
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Today we`re looking at a set of Kingston HyperX Limited Edition Red Series 8GB DDR3-1600 kit modules. Sporting sexy red heatspreaders, the HyperX Limited Edition Red Series would look great on all motherboards that use black and/or red aesthetics. These modules also have some excellent overclocking headroom left in the tank, so let`s take a closer look and see how fast these sticks are."
  FULL STORY @ PUREOVERCLOCK.COM

Synchronization Extensions or TSX
     Wed, Feb 22 2012 | 9:00A | Memory | PermaLink
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Two of my personal areas of interest and expertise are speculative multithreading (SpMT) and transactional memory (or TM). Both are techniques designed to make multi-core processors and parallel programming more amenable to developers. For several years, I was the co-founder of Strandera, a start up that was developing speculative multithreading, based on transactional memory and dynamic binary translation. Strandera was a wonderful opportunity for me to meet many of the leading academic and commercial researchers in these areas and a number of x86 microprocessor architects over the last 5 years. Intel's upcoming Haswell microprocessors include transactional memory and hardware lock elision that are exposed through the Transactional Synchronization Extensions or TSX. In this article, I discuss TSX and predict the implementation details of Haswell's transactional memory and expected adoption across the industry, based on my previous experience with TM.
  FULL STORY @ REALWORLDTECH

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