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Crucial Ballistix DDR3-1866 6GB Triple Channel Memory
     Wed, Mar 30 2011 | 12:03P | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
“A little while ago we took a look at a 4GB dual channel Ballistix kit from Crucial. Today Crucial has sent us a 6GB triple channel kit of Ballistix and we are very eager to see how it performs. This 6GB kit runs at 1866MHz with timings of 9-9-9-24 at 1.65V. Just like the other kit we took a look at this kit features XMP profiles, Crucial’s new Ballisitx heatspreaders and on-board temperature sensors and monitoring software. Let’s check them out!"
  FULL STORY @ CHANNEL

GSKill RipjawsX PC3 17000 CL9 Memory Review
     Tue, Mar 29 2011 | 12:03P | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
As a general rule of thumb you will see a significant performance increase whenever you can run your memory clock above the default 13.33x multiplier setting and that is what you will get from these modules. While the F3-17000CL9D RipjawsX modules might not have the best timings their overall performance is perfect for gaming and general purpose computing
  FULL STORY @ NINJALANE

Kingston Genesis 4GB DDR3 2133MHz Review
     Tue, Mar 29 2011 | 9:01A | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
With the adjustment to the P67 platform Kingston have followed suit and brought a LGA1155 specific kit to the table. Does it stack up against it's predecessor?
  FULL STORY @ OVERCLOCK3D

Crucial m4 256GB SATA 6G SSD Preview and Next Gen 2x0+ GB Shootout
     Mon, Mar 28 2011 | 4:32P | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
"The Crucial m4 needs little introduction since it is one of the two most anticipated SSDs of 2011. The truth is that most of you are planning on skipping the next handful of pages to get right to the benchmarks. Don't do that! Take everything you've already read about the Micron C400 / Crucial m4 and toss it out of your mind, because mumble - mumble - mumble isn't exactly accurate. Let me explain with swollen tongue. The latest version of the 88SS9174 controller is the BLD2 and that is what Crucial has employed for the new m4. We've had just two days to try and unravel the new 88SS9174-BLD2 with a single example of this controller. Our sample drive is not a retail product and comes in the form of an OEM style Micron C400 with a Crucial label attached. The M400 is the exact same hardware, programming and firmware as the Crucial m4 and our testing has indicated that this will be the first retail m4 drive that will hit the market in April."
  FULL STORY @ TWEAKTOWN

Gskill RipjawsX 4GB 17000 CL9D-4GBXMD Review
     Mon, Mar 28 2011 | 4:00P | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Gskill introduced their magical Flare ram kit at the same time as the release of AMD's Hexacore Thuban CPU. By using PSC ICs, better known as powerchips, achieving new ram speed heights on the AMD 890 platform. On the AMD front it has been quite calm lately, though Intel launched their new "ahum" mainstream Sandy Bridge CPU early this year. With a bucketload of available brand new ram dividers on the P67 motherboards, you can squeeze every drop of performance out this platform. When exploring the Sandy architecture we noticed a sweetspot of price/performance around the 1600mhz ram speed mark. Though for the enthousiasts every Mhz counts. Today we test the brand new 4gb 2133Mhz CL9 kit. Quite an interesting kit as it's not the high end CL 7 kit, and thus less pricey. Though could we achieve similar speeds ?
  FULL STORY @ MADSHRIMPS

Corsair Vengeance 8gb (2X4 GB) PC3-12800
     Tue, Mar 22 2011 | 12:00P | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Time for another memory review, today we're taking a look at Corsair Vengeance kits. This one is aimed towards overclockers with its aluminum heatsinks to dissipate heat and a low price which should make an excellent choice for overclockers.
  FULL STORY @ RBMODS

OCZ Vertex 3 240GB
     Tue, Mar 22 2011 | 9:01A | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
“OCZ is known for their SSD innovations, and the Vertex 3 looks to be another in a long line, sporting the new SandForce controller and promising big performance increases to what was already an impressive product in the Vertex 2 predecessor. Today we've got the Vertex 3 in a 240GB capacity. Big and fast; we love that combination.”
  FULL STORY @ PUREOVERCLOCK

 
G.Skill Ripjaws-X 4GB DDR3-2133
     Tue, Mar 22 2011 | 9:00A | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
“Today we're looking at a flagship set of G.Skill Ripjaws-X DDR3-2133 modules. They look great, run fast, and have tighter CL8 timings. Let's find out if G.Skill has produced another winner with these Ripjaws-X modules. And as an added bonus, we've got G.Skill's new memory cooling fan to look at as well.”
  FULL STORY @ PUREOVERCLOCK

OCZ Gold 4GB DDR3-2133
     Mon, Mar 21 2011 | 9:01A | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
“Today we are looking at a flagship set of sticks from OCZ: some Gold XTE DDR3-2133 modules that are reasonably priced for the speed rating. The timings loosen up just a bit here though as a result, so while we don't think these will be absolute barn stormers, they should do the trick for just about anyone looking to push their Sandy Bridge platform.”
  FULL STORY @ PUREOVERCLOCK

RipJaws PC3-12800 CL7 4GB Kit Review
     Sun, Mar 20 2011 | 9:01A | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
With the RipJaws PC3-12800 CL7 4GB memory kit the people over at G.Skill have taught us that you don't really have to spend most of your monthly pay to get excellent stability, performance and great looks.
  FULL STORY @ RWLABS

Kingston DT Ultimate 3.0 32GB pen drive
     Thu, Mar 17 2011 | 4:01P | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Kingston have long been known for producing high quality memory products, from laptop/desktop memory to flash drives and SSDs. What we have today falls into the flash drive category. It's a 32GB USB 3.0 version of the DataTraveler series, the DataTraveler Ultimate 3.0. Available in 16, 32 and 64GB versions and boasting some pretty quick read/write speeds it certainly looks impressive but how does it really do? Let's take a look."
  FULL STORY @ XSREVIEWS

Mach Xtreme MX-FX USB 3.0 Thumb Drive
     Thu, Mar 17 2011 | 3:46P | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
"Last month Mach Xtreme celebrated their first anniversary. As a company starting business in the middle of a global recession, the hill is high from the start, but once you take a look at the companies Mach Xtreme is dog fighting against, the odds don't look all that good. Mach Xtreme is taking on the industry big boys, OCZ Technology, Kingston and the rest of the well known companies making SSDs, flash drives and memory modules. In order to survive, Mach Xtreme has to do things differently and that is what they have done from the starting block. Mach Xtreme offers 'urban' themed products and recruits inner city graffiti artists to design logos and product graphics. The result is a different form of technology, one that offers a unique style while still retaining function. Today we are looking at the Mach Xtreme MX-FX USB 3.0 thumb drive. Physically the MX-FX looks a lot like the Patriot Magnum; they share the same external aluminium housing, but the Magnum is a USB 2.0 drive and the MX-FX makes use of USB 3.0 technology. Mach Xtreme is offering the MX-FX in 16, 32, 64 and 128GB capacity sizes."
  FULL STORY @ TWEAKTOWN

PQI 64GB SDXC Class 10 Flash Memory Card Review
     Thu, Mar 17 2011 | 9:00A | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
"The 64GB PQI SDXC card has a very impressive storage capacity with respectable performance numbers. For example the Canon EOS Rebel 550D/T2i DSLR camera records HD video and the user's manual recommends at least Class 6 memory cards in order to record 1080p video smoothly. The PQI 64GB SDXC card should be able to keep up when recording 1080p video and images in continuous burst mode. Having a card that pushes 20MB/s read and write also means you can easily offload all of images and videos from the memory card to computer..."
  FULL STORY @ LEGITREVIEWS

Corsair Vengeance 8GB Dual Channel DDR3 Memory
     Wed, Mar 16 2011 | 9:01A | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
The Corsair Vengeance is priced at the lower end of the market attracting educated buyers to pick a brand they know they can trust. Corsair doesn’t blindside them with an inferior product, instead they have themselves a great gem here. Corsair Vengeance 8GB PC3-12800 CAS 9 Vengeance let’s you run all of those memory intensive programs where a 2X2GB kit wouldn’t cut it.
  FULL STORY @ OVERCLOCKERSONLINE

Kingston SSDNow V100 128GB SSD Review
     Mon, Mar 14 2011 | 9:03A | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
"Priced at $240 for the drive and desktop upgrade kit, the Kingston SSDNow V100 128GB SSD falls in the middle of the pack in terms of price in comparison to its peers. It's available in 64GB, 128GB and 256GB capacities with notebook and desktop upgrade kits available for all three sized drives as well. The 128GB desktop bundle version we received offers read speeds topping out at 250MB/s and writes at up to 230MB/s and is covered by a three year warranty...."
  FULL STORY @ LEGITREVIEWS

Kingston SSDNow V+100 256GB Solid State Drive Review
     Sun, Mar 13 2011 | 4:00P | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
"One of the biggest surprises we learned at CES 2011 was that Kingston had joined Team SandForce for the SF-2000 Series of products. After CES we learned from Digitimes that Kingston was also moving to acquire a larger stake of controller manufacturer JMicron at the same time. Kingston has been gaining attention for their solid state drive products for the last two years and slowly gaining market share. The recent maneuvers will allow Kingston to continue building upon their successes and become an even larger player in the global solid state drive market. Today we are looking at the Kingston V+100. The new V+100 uses a 32nm Toshiba T6UG1XBG controller that is very close to the 43nm controller from the original V+. The new die size has really helped power draw, down to 3.6 watts from 4.2 watts. In addition to the die shrink, the new V+100 has been updated with better firmware that significantly improves internal drive cleanup (Garbage Collection)."
  FULL STORY @ TWEAKTOWN

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