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Kingston DT R3.0 64GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive Review
     Sat, Oct 13 2012 | 9:25A | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
There used to be a time when the only ultra-portable storage needs most people had could be easily covered with just a mere 2-4GB USB Flash Drive but much like most things related to technology that changed and now most people carry at least 16GB capacity drives with them at all times. Personally ever since i can remember Ive always carried a USB flash drive with my keychain and most of the times that used to be an rugged version to ensure i had the best possible data protection against harsh conditions. Unfortunately compared to roughly 3-4 years ago not many manufacturers make rugged USB 3.0 flash drives any more (not really durable ones anyway) and the ones that do only release slow models. Well Kingston takes a different approach and after their already perfect HyperX USB 3.0 flash drive (partially rugged) they have just now released the DT R3.0 USB 3.0 flash drive line (the initials stand for DataTraveler Rugged 3.0) from which we have the 64GB variant here with us."

Corsair Dominator Platinum PC3-21300 16GB Memory Kit Review
     Sat, Oct 13 2012 | 9:05A | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Corsair has mixed it up with the latest Dominator series of RAM. We check out the PC3-21300 Platinum kit."

ADATA XPG Xtreme Series PC3-17000 8GB Memory Kit Review
     Thu, Oct 11 2012 | 9:36A | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
The ADATA kit we`re looking at today might not look like much, but you might find yourself surprised with our results. Don`t judge a book by its cover."

Memory Timings Explained @ ThinkComputers.org
     Sun, Oct 07 2012 | 11:06A | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
So youre on the hunt for a new memory kit, and whilst you know that lower = better.. you dont exactly know why. You may even know the name CAS Latency .. but what is that, exactly? Why is it better to have CL8 over CL10? What are all these other numbers? What do the abbreviations mean? Why is it all so complicated!? Oh, and why do I care? Well.. read on, find out, and rejoice! Im here to save the day."

Patriot Memory 32GB Supersonic Rage XT USB 3.0 Flash Drive Review @ Madshrimps
     Fri, Oct 05 2012 | 9:48A | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
In this review we will look upon another high performance USB 3.0 flash drive from Patriot Memory, named Supersonic Rage XT, the 32GB variant. In the performed benchmarks, the produ"

Patriot Viper 3 Intel Extreme Masters Memory Limited Edition PC3-15000 16GB Kit Review
     Thu, Oct 04 2012 | 3:42A | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Not the easiest model name in the world to say, but we check out the Patriot Viper 3 Intel Extreme Masters Memory Limited Edition PC3-15000 16GB kit and see how it performs."

Corsair Dominator Platinum 1866MHz 8GB Kit Review @ Pro-Clockers
     Sat, Sep 29 2012 | 9:48A | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
The new Dominators boast new heat spreaders and newer ICs that should result in some nice performance. The series consist of kits ranging from 8GB to 64GB with frequencies from 1600MHz to an incredible hand-tested 2666MHz. We got our hot little hands on a 8GB kit of 1866MHz modules, so we are excited to get to the test phase of this review."

Win a 64GB Kingston HyperX USB 3.0 Flash Drive @ Bigbruin.com
     Fri, Sep 28 2012 | 9:28A | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Are you ready for some football? Up for grabs in week two of Bigbruin.com`s 6th Annual Pro Football Pick `Em is a 64GB Kingston HyperX USB 3.0 flash drive!"

Kingston HyperX Genesis 2133MHz 16GB Memory Kit Review @ Legit Reviews
     Thu, Sep 27 2012 | 9:55A | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
The 16GB quad-channel kit of 2133MHz HyperX Genesis memory from Kingston Technology is a memory kit that is more than capable of handling any number of large memory usage computer programs, while also providing the speed of 2133MHz to ensure that our programs work quickly, and effortlessly. And having the ability of pushing this memory even farther to 2200MHz will ensure that overclockers will have some room to play..."

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."

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!"

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."

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./"

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."

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."

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."

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