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Kingston KVR-16R11S4/8HA DDR3 1600MHz ValueRAM Server Memory Review
     Sun, May 18 2014 | 2:29P | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
We are looking at the Kingston KVR-16R11S4/8HA ValueRAM server memory kit and seeing just what it is capable of. Let`s find out what William thinks now."
  FULL STORY @ TWEAKTOWN.COM

Kingston HyperX Predator KHX28C12T2K2/8X Review
     Sun, May 18 2014 | 10:18A | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
These modules are most certainly using Hynix MFR series ICs in a single-sided configuration. With this configuration, you get the ability to run high clock speeds with loose primary timings to get you there. With this set, I was able to hit 3024MHz stable enough to run through the benchmark suite and some quick Prime 95 testing. By using the 125MHz strap and tweaking the timings along with the voltage on the DIMMs and memory controller, surpassing 3000MHz came pretty easily. Getting further really needs some in-depth tweaking of the voltages and timings. Unfortunately, performance starts suffering even more so than with the timings setup on the 2800MHz XMP profile. A secondary profile is available that sets the DIMMs at 2666MHz with tighter primary timings using the same 1.65v applied voltage."
  FULL STORY @ OVERCLOCKERSCLUB.COM

Silicon Power Superior SDXC UHS-I U3 64GB Flash Memory Review @ APH Networks
     Sat, May 17 2014 | 11:18A | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
A 4K capable, UHS-I U3 64GB SDXC card for $50? Let`s see how much bang it offers for your buck."
  FULL STORY @ APHNETWORKS.COM

Kingston HyperX Fury White 2 x 4GB PC3 15000 Memory
     Sat, May 17 2014 | 9:00A | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
"After giving this set of HyperX Fury modules in white a good run, I found the overclocking margin available was more than sufficient to allow these modules to play in a much deeper pool when it comes to maximum memory speeds. At 2666MHz, using timings of 12-13-13-32, these module see an overclocking boost of 800MHz. Yes, 800MHz over the rated 1866MHz! That is some pretty serious overclocking for a set of modules priced at only $79 USD. However, the required timings to do so cause performance to drop off in benchmarks at the upper range, though the reduction in performance is not really felt in day-to-day tasks.”
  FULL STORY @ OVERCLOCKERSCLUB

Patriot Viper SODIMM PC3-12800 2x8GB Review @ APH Networks
     Thu, May 15 2014 | 8:17A | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
The latest laptop performance RAM from Patriot. How does it step up?"
  FULL STORY @ APHNETWORKS.COM

ADATA XPG 64GB SDXC UHS-I Speed Class 3 U3 Memory Card Review
     Wed, May 14 2014 | 9:08A | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
If you are a camera enthusiast that is looking for a new memory card you should be looking closely at the UHS Speed Class symbols on the cards that you are considering purchasing. Back in November 2013, the SD Association came up with a new high-performance specification and speed class symbol that was specifically designed to support a capturing images and video on the most demanding 4K2K video cameras. The new Ultra High Speed (UHS) Speed Class 3 (U3) symbol will indicate products capable of recording 4K2K video and will be exclusively for SDXC UHS-I and UHS-II memory cards. Today, Legit Reviews will be looking at the ADATA XPG 64GB SDXC UHS-I U3 memory card. This will be our first chance to check out a UHS-I U3 card!"
  FULL STORY @ LEGITREVIEWS.COM

Crucial Now Sampling Next-Generation DDR4 Server Memory
     Wed, May 07 2014 | 4:03P | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF

New Crucial DDR4 server memory is up to twice as fast and delivers double the memory bandwidth over DDR3 technology when it was introduced (1066 MT/s and 8.5GB/s with DDR3 vs. 2133 MT/s and 17GB/s on DDR4).

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Crucial DDR4 server memory leverages the latest advances in technology and is up to 40 percent more energy efficient than DDR3 memory when it was introduced.

Crucial, a leading global brand of memory and storage upgrades, is now sampling DDR4 server memory through its new Technology Enablement Program. Aimed at channel partners who are currently developing or evaluating DDR4-capable platforms, the program provides early access to select Crucial server DDR4 modules and relevant technical resources, as well as notification of new modules as they become available. The Crucial Technology Enablement Program comes on the heels of Micron’s recent ramp up in DDR4 production. More information on the enrollment process can be found at www.crucial.com/usa/en/memory-ddr4-info.

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Designed to enable next generation enterprise environments, Crucial DDR4 server memory delivers data rates that start at 2133 MT/s (up to twice as fast as DDR3 when it was introduced) and is expected to get even faster as the technology matures. What's more, when used with Intel® Xeon™ processor E5-2600 v3 product family-based systems, Crucial DDR4 server memory doubles memory bandwidth from 8.5GB/s to 17GB/s. Additionally, Crucial DDR4 memory uses up to 20 percent less voltage than DDR3 technology, operating at 1.2V compared to 1.5V for standard DDR3 memory, and delivers up to a 40 percent reduction in power usage.

“Memory is one of the biggest limitations when it comes to enterprise server environments. Many memory-dependent server applications are crucial to the day-to-day operations of a business, but they require higher densities of memory and increased performance,” said Michael Moreland, worldwide product marketing manager, Crucial. “Crucial DDR4 memory enables servers to perform faster and run more efficiently than ever before, reducing power and cooling expenses along the way­ – essential for meeting the ever-increasing workload demands of data centers.”

All Crucial DDR4 DRAM modules are backed by a limited lifetime warranty.** For more information on Crucial DDR4 memory or the DDR4 Technology Enablement Program, please visit www.crucial.com/usa/en/memory-ddr4-info

  FULL STORY @ CRUCIAL

 
Kingston DataTraveler Workspace 32GB OTG USB 3.0 drive Review
     Tue, May 06 2014 | 12:03P | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
This is the first time I am taking a look at an On-the-Go USB 3.0 drive. For those who do not know, OTG drives contain a pre-installed operating system. For those who wish to use the system with a secure OS or an OS of their choice, all you have to do is connect the drive to a system, boot the system through the drive, and the pre-installed operating system will boot up.
  FULL STORY @ HARDWAREBBQ

Silicon Power 32GB Superior microSDHC UHS-1 Flash Card Review @ Madshrimps
     Mon, May 05 2014 | 2:05A | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
The new Superior 32GB UHS-1 microSDHC cards from Silicon Power are the new high-speed variants while keeping the same footprint. The current model has rated speeds of 90MB/s reads and 45 MB/s writes and succeeds to distance itself quite a bit from the Class 10 variants. The new cards can be used in old readers too (are backwards compatible) but this way we will not be able to benefit from the enhancements these offer."
  FULL STORY @ MADSHRIMPS.BE

Nvidia GPU Technology Conference
     Wed, Apr 30 2014 | 9:00A | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
GTC — Today during his opening keynote at the Nvidia GPU Technology Conference, CEO Jen-Hsun Huang offered an update to Nvidia's GPU roadmap. The big reveal was about a GPU code-named Pascal, which will be a generation beyond the still-being-introduced Maxwell architecture in the firm's plans.
  FULL STORY @ MEMORY

Kingston DataTraveler Mini 16GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive
     Tue, Apr 29 2014 | 4:03P | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
In this review we are going to take a quick look at a tiny USB 3.0 flash drive that sports 16GB of storage. The Kingston DataTraveler series has been around for years, and the current "Mini" version is available with capacities of 16, 32, 64, or 128GB. The drive in question features a rectangular metal body with a somewhat artisitic take on the lanyard connection off to one side. Thank you.
  FULL STORY @ BIGBRUIN

How much RAM do I really need ?
     Tue, Apr 29 2014 | 2:04P | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
"For this test I thought it would be interesting to find out exactly what the performance implications of using different amounts of RAM would be in various gaming scenarios. I have been wondering if 4GB is enough for games nowadays, as it used to be the ‘sweet spot’ around 3 years ago. However, many systems are now using at least 8GB, due to RAM being one of the lowest cost components in a modern PC. What I want to know is –‘Is 8GB of RAM really necessary for current gaming?’"
  FULL STORY @ PCREVIEW

ADATA XPG V2 2600 MHz RAM Review @ TechwareLabs.com
     Tue, Apr 29 2014 | 9:05A | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Today we are taking a look at ADATA`s XPG V2 2600 MHz memory. With a blazing fast clock speed, tight timings, and a sexy heatsink to keep it cool, it looks to be a real contender. Read on to see how it performed."
  FULL STORY @ TECHWARELABS.COM

G.SKILL RipJaws SO-DIMM 8GB 1600MHz DDR3 Review @ Vortez
     Mon, Apr 28 2014 | 2:03A | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Last month G.SKILL announced their new SO-DIMM DDR3 memory and today we are to review an 8GB 1600MHz kit (F3-1600C9D-8GRSL) by installing it within an MSI GE620 notebook to reveal the precise advantages that can be had from a simple upgrade."
  FULL STORY @ VORTEZ.NET

Kingston DataTraveler MicroDuo OTG 32GB USB Flash Drive
     Sun, Apr 27 2014 | 5:26P | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Whether that`s a USB flash drive that we carry around with us"
  FULL STORY @ NIKKTECH.COM

Kingston HyperX Predator 8GB DDR3-2400 Kit
     Sun, Apr 27 2014 | 12:02P | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
“What Kingston sent us for review today represents the next step up in their HyperX Predator line, the 8GB DDR3-2400 KHX24C11T2K2/8X kit. While only half the capacity of the set we reviewed last year, this kit is verified to run at the faster DDR3-2400 speed and CAS11. Memory bandwidth becomes very important for performance when shared with an iGPU such as AMD's latest Kaveri APU. Kingston also offers 8GB kits in DDR3-2666 and now DDR3-2800 speeds.”
  FULL STORY @ OCIA

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