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GeIL Evo Corsa 16GB Quad Channel DDR3-2400 MHz CL11 @ ocaholic
     Sat, Jan 14 2012 | 9:42A | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
With the fresh new Evo Corsa Series, GeIL just released their new DDR3 Gaming memory, that features high clocks frequencies. The kit we are testing is designed for Intel`s latest high end platform LGA2011 X79 and is rated at 2400 MHz CL11 for a 16GB Quad Channel operation.,,,,,,,,"
  FULL STORY @ OCAHOLIC.CH

Crucial 8GIG DDR3 1333 Memory Kit @ GeekInvaders.com
     Wed, Jan 11 2012 | 9:01A | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
DESCRIPTION: “After testing and upgrading from 4gig of ram to 8gig of ram I did notice a small speed increase in Windows 7. One of the things I was worried about was the fact that the ram did not come with heat shields on them. We all know how hot ram can run during full loads...”
  FULL STORY @ GEEKINVADERS

Crucial Ballistix Sport, Tactical + Elite Memory
     Tue, Jan 10 2012 | 3:48P | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Exciting product news from Crucial this week: Crucial have announced new Crucial 8GB DDR3 memory modules across the Crucial Ballistix Sport, Tactical, and Elite series. By taking advantage of Micron’s 4Gb DRAM technology, the new 8GB memory modules provide users with the maximum RAM capacity, performance, and density needed to run data-and graphic-intensive applications smoothly and efficiently.

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"Crucial, a leading global brand of memory and storage upgrades, today announced the immediate availability of 8GB DDR3 memory modules across the Crucial Ballistix Sport, Tactical, and Elite series. By taking advantage of Micron’s 4Gb DRAM technology, the new 8GB modules provide users with the maximum capacity, performance, and density needed to run data-and graphic-intensive applications smoothly and efficiently.

Available in low-latency DDR3-1600MHz and DDR3-1866MHz modules, Crucial 8GB Ballistix modules can be installed in configurations up to 64GB in some systems, including the new Intel X79 platforms. Additionally, the complete line of Ballistix memory features a new logo treatment and updated heat spreader designs.

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Ballistix Sport
The new Crucial Ballistix Sport 8GB DDR3-1600MHz memory module is designed to provide mainstream users and general PC enthusiasts with an affordable, reliable, no-hassle gaming experience. The Crucial Ballistix Sport series offers timing and voltages for maximum memory stability and system compatibility.

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Ballistix Tactical
Well-suited for gamers, power users, and performance enthusiasts, the new Crucial Ballistix Tactical 8GB DDR3-1600MHz memory has lower latencies and features the Intel Extreme Memory Profile (XMP) which enables easy setup. The Crucial Ballistix Tactical series provides high speeds and features a black PCB and enhanced heat spreader design for improved thermal performance.

Ballistix Elite
Designed for extreme overclockers and advanced users, the new Crucial Ballistix Elite 8GB DDR3-1866MHz memory utilizes Intel XMP, and features a thermally efficient extruded aluminum heat spreader design, black PCBs, and integrated thermal sensors for real-time monitoring of temperature utilizing the Ballistix Memory Overview Display (M.O.D.) utility."

  FULL STORY @ CRUCIAL

DDR3 SDRAM for LGA 2011: Which Memory Is Best?
     Mon, Jan 09 2012 | 11:09A | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Sandy Bridge-E processors brought a lot of new tasks to computer enthusiasts, one of which is to choose the optimal memory for the new system. What is more important for LGA 2011 performance: the number of memory channels, memory frequency or memory timings?"
  FULL STORY @ XBITLABS.COM

Patriot Viper Xtreme 8GB DDR3 1600MHz Contest @ Legit Reviews
     Sun, Jan 08 2012 | 9:02P | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Welcome to our weekly giveaway for our dedicated readers! This week the sponsor for our weekly promotion is Patriot Memory and they have donated a Viper Xtreme 8GB DDR3 1600MHz memory kit as this weeks prize! This prize has a retail value of ~$50 plus shipping."
  FULL STORY @ LEGITREVIEWS.COM

GeIL Evo Corsa 8GB 2133CL9 Dual Channel Kit Review
     Fri, Jan 06 2012 | 1:27P | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
In the last few months the major hardware spotlights where briefly focused on AMD's Zambezi platform and now more and more on Intels high end Sandy Bridge E platform. Though let us not forget what Intel refers to as the mainstream platform aka socket 1155 Sandy Bridge goodness. The brand new E version requires quad channel action, it's little brethren only in need of dual channel. Todays GeIL dual channel 8Gb kit, comprises for you wiz kids out of two 4Gb dimms at 2133Mhz rated speeds. No cutbacks on timings : CL9-11-9-27 is pretty good stuff. Usually we see high quantity kits running at low speeds (1600ish Mhz) On top of that usually coincides with sluggish timings too. For those that are a bit confused by the brand name : GeIL stands for Golden Emperor International Limited, nothing more and nothing less. Pretty sure most were thinking of something else. Let's open up the kit and see what we can do with this high end 8Gb kit.
  FULL STORY @ MADSHRIMPS

RunCore Pro IV USB 3.0 MoonDrive Review
     Fri, Jan 06 2012 | 11:40A | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
The whole shapes and sizes thing, while it might not seem like an issue, it is actually a big problem when you try to use them. Patriot was one of the biggest offenders, their Magnum products managed to achieve up to 128GB of capacity which sounds great, but you can`t plug them into an Xbox 360 or many other products that limit the width around the connector. Patriot isn`t the only offender, around half of the USB 3.0 drives we`ve tested are oversized and either blocks other USB ports or just can`t fit into some of the devices we want to plug into. RunCore saw this as a problem too so when they set out to design their Pro IV MoonDrive they wanted to keep things simple and streamlined. The Pro IV MoonDrive`s profile isn`t that much different than the low cost flash drives you see at the grocery store hanging on a rack next to the batteries for children`s toys. The build quality though is much more advanced, both inside and out."
  FULL STORY @ TWEAKTOWN.COM

 
[Affiliates News] Kingston DataTraveler HyperX 3.0 64GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive @
     Thu, Jan 05 2012 | 4:18P | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
I don`t know about you, but more often than not, when I hear a person`s name before seeing them, my brain would generate a mental image of them of what they might look like. To make sure I am not crazy or anything, I went around and asked a few of my friends, and it turns out I am not the only one. For example, if you mention the name Jonathan Kwan, a picture of an intelligent, sharp, and good looking young man comes to mind. Jokes aside, let`s imagine for a moment that, right after you have heard a person`s name, you meet him or her, and they look nothing like you have visualized. Awkward. As you can see, a product`s name is very important, just like a person`s name. It does not matter whether it is good or not in practice -- what it is called already leaves a strong first impression. Earlier this year, we have reviewed the Patriot Supersonic Magnum 64GB USB 3.0 flash drive. It sounds really fast, because, well, it is. Today, we have a new challenger to the ring. It is called the Kingston DataTraveler HyperX 3.0. DataTraveler is Kingston`s brand for their USB flash drives, and for me, it leaves an impression of an honestly reliable, business type product that is not very fast. HyperX is Kingston`s brand originally developed for their RAM, but has recently expanded to other products like solid state drives. My impression of the HyperX brand has always been a signature of elite performance and quality, as mentioned in my HyperX Grey DDR3-1600 review back in June. So what makes the Kingston DataTraveler HyperX 3.0 64GB USB 3.0 flash drive? Is it a combination of the best of both worlds, fusing together cutting edge performance and honest-to-earth reliability? Read on to find out!"
  FULL STORY @ APHNETWORKS.COM

Kingston HyperX Genesis 16GB DDR3-1600 @ Benchmark Reviews
     Mon, Jan 02 2012 | 9:02P | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
With the introduction of Intel`s X79 Express chipset, enthusiasts must now consider quad-channel memory kits, and vendors like Kingston are rushing to assert themselves in this new market. This 1600MHz, 16GB kit runs fairly relaxed timings of 9-9-9-27 and at under $100 represents the lower end of Kingston`s HyperX line of enthusiast memory. Benchmark Reviews tests it against lower-latency 1600MHz kits as well as Kingston`s own ultra-high performance 2133MHz kit in this review."
  FULL STORY @ BENCHMARKREVIEWS.COM

Kingston HyperX 3.0 64GB Flash Drive Review @ Legit Reviews
     Sun, Jan 01 2012 | 9:02P | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
We`ve literally benchmarked and used hundreds of USB Flash drives over the years and we can say without a doubt that the Kingston DataTraveler 3.0 Flash Drive is the fastest that we have ever used. This drive is blazing fast and is certainly worthy of being part of the HyperX brand. Our testing showed that the Kingston DataTraveler HyperX 3.0 64GB Flash Drive was able to run at 246MB/s read and 161MB/s write in ATTO, which is well beyond the 225MB/s read and 135MB/s write speed ratings given by Kingston..."
  FULL STORY @ LEGITREVIEWS.COM

VisionTek Ultimate Performance EX Memory Review @ Neoseeker
     Thu, Dec 29 2011 | 7:15P | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
VisionTek enters the high performance memory market with their Ultimate Performance EX kits. Neoseeker puts both the 8GB dual channel and 12GB Ultimate Performance EX triple channel memory kits to the test to see if they live up to their lofty product names, and if they can stand against more established competitors in the field."
  FULL STORY @ NEOSEEKER.COM

Exceleram E30200A 8GB DDR3-Series Memory Modules Review
     Thu, Dec 29 2011 | 9:02A | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
The E30200A DDR3 from Exceleram are some really affordable 8GB memory modules that we can use in case we are running lots of virtual machines, Ramdrives or other memory-consuming applications. These are not too overclockable, so the maximum stability we could obtain only at 11-11-11-30, 1600Mhz, by running with two out of four sticks.
  FULL STORY @ MADSHRIMPS

Hitachi TOURO DESK PRO 3TB USB 3.0 External HDD Review
     Tue, Dec 27 2011 | 9:42A | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
If you`re currently looking to buy an USB 3.0 compatible external hard disk drive with very high data capacity, extremely fast read/write transfer speeds and high reliability then the TOURO DESK PRO 3TB by Hitachi GST should certainly be on top of your to buy list."
  FULL STORY @ RWLABS.COM

Corsair Vengeance LP PC3-12800 16GB Kit Review
     Tue, Dec 27 2011 | 6:28A | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
A great option for people with those massive coolers, the Vengeance LP kit is a great little series from Corsair and today we`ll be checking out the PC3-12800 kit. If you`ve seen the Vengeance LP kit before in its Dual Channel form, you`re not going to see anything too different here. We`ve got a fairly basic heatsink on offer and that`s really to do with the fact that the kit is of course a Low Profile one. If you wanted a heatsink that looked a little fancier or larger, you`ve got the option with the typical non LP Vengeance RAM that we`ve looked at previously. Moving in closer, we get a better idea of what`s going on with each side of the RAM. One side has our Vengeance LP logo while the other a sticker on it that gives us the model number along with the main specifications of the RAM we`re dealing with. The timing side of things is probably one of the more impressive areas on the kit as we can see from the model number that we`re dealing with a CL8 kit. The exact timings coming in at 8-8-8-24-1T @ 1.5v and these are very strong timings."
  FULL STORY @ TWEAKTOWN.COM

Kingston DataTraveler HyperX 3.0 64GB @ Bjorn3D
     Tue, Dec 27 2011 | 6:22A | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
The Kingston DataTraveler HyperX 3.0 is supposed to be Kingston`s fastest flash drive to date. We`ll compare it with a USB 3.0 flash drive they released a few months ago to see if it`s true."
  FULL STORY @ BJORN3D.COM

Kingston HyperX Genesis 16GB DDR3-2133 @ Benchmark Reviews
     Tue, Dec 27 2011 | 1:03A | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
With the introduction of Intel`s X79 Express chipset, enthusiasts must now consider quad-channel memory kits, and vendors like Kingston are rushing to assert themselves in this new market. Pushing 4GB DDR3 modules to a very high 2133MHz frequency, Kingston`s new KHX2133C11D3K4 kit offers 16GB of high-performance memory for your new LGA 2011 rig. Benchmark Reviews runs it through our test suite to see how it performs."
  FULL STORY @ BENCHMARKREVIEWS.COM

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