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Kingston 24GB HyperX T1B, HyperX SO-DIMM 2133MHz OC
     Sun, Mar 13 2011 | 12:00P | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
You may have already seen the Kingston 24GB HyperX T1 video already. Kingston have been preparing this kit for the X58 chipset and had a live demo of this 24GB kit installed on the new GIGABYTE G1 Assassin.
  FULL STORY @ VORTEZ

Patriot Supersonic 64GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive Review @Hi Tech Legion
     Sat, Mar 12 2011 | 1:18P | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Patriot has introduced their new Supersonic 64GB USB 3.0 Drive with some very interesting specs. The Patriot Supersonic 64GB Flash Drive is not only USB 3.0 capable, it also boasts Quad Channel Memory for incredibly fast transfer rates of 100MB/s read and 70MB/s write. The Supersonic 64GB Flash Drive is also versatile with USB 2.0 compatibility."
  FULL STORY @ HITECHLEGION.COM

Kingston HyperX T1 8GB (4 x 2GB) 2133MHz DDR3 Memory Kit
     Fri, Mar 11 2011 | 5:02P | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
The Kingston HyperX T1 8GB (4 x 2GB) 2133MHz DDR3 memory kit is definitely worth considering by those looking for a high speed, high capacity kit to take their system to the next level. An XMP profile at 2133MHz makes the whole process extremely simple, and anyone with a compatible motherboard should be up and running in no time.
  FULL STORY @ BIGBRUIN

Patriot Xporter XT 32gb pen drive
     Thu, Mar 10 2011 | 4:03P | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
"Having just fired out a review of their SSD, today I'm picking up the mantle of another Patriot review. This one's the 32Gb variant of their Xporter line of pen drives. It's only USB 2.0 so I'm not expecting mind blowing performance, but Patriot have said that this one has "200x performance speed", so it's gotta be fast, right?"
  FULL STORY @ XSREVIEWS

Patriot Gamer 2 8GB DDR3-1600
     Wed, Mar 09 2011 | 12:00P | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
“These new Patriot Gamer 2 modules sport an aggressive aesthetic and sleek black heatspreaders. The really interesting thing is this 8GB kit only costs $105, one of the least expensive on the market in this speed range. Larger capacity, attractive styling, and a great price......are these Patriot Gamer 2 modules the next big thing? Let’s find out.”
  FULL STORY @ PUREOVERCLOCK

Crucial Ballistix Smart Tracer 6GB (3x2GB) PC3-12800 Kit
     Tue, Mar 08 2011 | 12:03P | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
The Crucial Ballistix Smart Tracer 6GB (3x2GB) PC3-12800 kit is very stable and offers solid performance. The extra features that Crucial have added to their standard Ballistix sticks not only give the consumer more bang for the buck, but make this a very attractive kit, considering that they're priced right in line with other 1600MHz triple channel kits.
  FULL STORY @ BIGBRUIN

Vengeance 8GB 1600MHz Dual Memory DDR3
     Tue, Mar 08 2011 | 12:00P | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Heading the charge is Corsair, a company you all are likely familiar with as they are one of the industry’s leaders in DIMM manufacturing. Corsair recently released the new Vengeance line of high performance DDR3 just prior to that of the P67 chipset. Thanks to Sandy Bridge being built with a much better memory controller than the socket 1156 and 1366 processors, the socket 1155 variants are capable of improved memory performance and running a higher frequency, all the while doing so without breaking a sweat. The kit we will be taking a look at from Corsair today is the Vengeance model CMZ8GB3M2A1600C9. When broken down this equates to being an 8GB kit(2x4GB) of DDR3, running at 1600MHz, with a CAS latency of 9.
  FULL STORY @ CLOCKERS

 
Kingston HyperX Genesis Grey Series 4GB DDR3-2133
     Mon, Mar 07 2011 | 1:41P | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
“We're looking at a set of Kingston HyperX Genesis Grey Series 4GB DDR3-2133 modules. They bring the famous HyperX pedigree to the table but come with a slightly new twist, sporting grey heatspreaders instead of the traditional blue. They still look sleek, but perhaps more significantly is they come with a $105 price tag for a killer speed rating. Let's find out if Kingston has produced another winner with these HyperX Genesis modules.”
  FULL STORY @ PUREOVERCLOCK

Exceleram EP3001A PC3-10666 2x2GB Memory Review
     Sun, Mar 06 2011 | 4:03P | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
The new EP3001A memory modules from Exceleram are using Powerchip Rev D 128x8 and even if the rating is PC3-10666, they are very overclockable and come at a very affordable price
  FULL STORY @ MADSHRIMPS

Kingston HyperX Max 3.0 64GB
     Sat, Mar 05 2011 | 4:02P | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Our experience with the Kingston HyperX Max 3.0 64GB tells us that this is a very well made product featuring a high-quality SSD inside, perhaps the best of any external SSD we know of. Although quite pricey at $190 US, we feel given what is out there this price isn’t bad. After all, the OCZ Enyo 64GB is still fetching $180 US, and although it should provide similar performance we prefer the design of the HyperX Max 3.0.
  FULL STORY @ KINGSTON

OCZ Vertex 3 240GB review
     Fri, Mar 04 2011 | 12:02P | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
It was only a week ago when we tested the OCZ Vertex 3 PRO, the somewhat business and enterprise oriented SSD. But what about the enthusiast consumers you might wonder ? Well for you guys OCZ will release a cheaper regular Vertex 3 SSD. It's as fast as that PRO version you guys. Quite frankly from what you'll see today is that this SSD might be roughly as fast as the PRO model, so what are the differences then ? Well, Let's find out and check this review.
  FULL STORY @ GURU3D

Crucial Ballistix Smart Tracer PC3-12800 4GB Kit Review
     Fri, Mar 04 2011 | 12:00P | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
"I didn't think we'd ever see anything too fancy from the company, though, but over the years we've seen the Ballistix series which has grown to include a few different series' within that. The latest is the Smart Tracer modules that carry that LED Tracer lighting, but in a smart way. We say 'smart way' as the company has introduced the new Memory Overview Display software (or M.O.D). We'll get into this soon, but let's first have a closer look at the actual kit of RAM we're dealing with. Externally the Ballistix Smart Tracer doesn't look any different to the normal Tracer stuff. We've again got two modules for our P67 platform that comes in at 2GB each. Timing wise, we've got an 8-8-8-24-1T @ 1.65v setup at 1600MHz DDR (or PC3-12800). These run at the same speed as the Patriot 8GB kit we recently looked at, except they're slightly more aggressive on the timings front. With the speed being quite low compared to some other kits we've looked at, we knew getting to the default timings wouldn't be an issue."
  FULL STORY @ TWEAKTOWN

OCZ Platinum XTE PC3-16000 2x2GB review
     Thu, Mar 03 2011 | 9:03A | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Unless you have been hiding under a rock for the last little while, news of OCZ leaving the computer RAM business completely by February 28 of this year has been spreading like wildfire on the internet. This announcement came after OCZ's statement in August 2010, when the company decided to withdraw from the unprofitable commodity memory market to focus on high performance enthusiast RAM instead. However, two weeks ago, news dawned upon us that even that move is no more. Being a major player in the solid state disk drive market (Not surprisingly, as it seems to me the OCZ Vertex 2 is the Honda Civic of the SSD world, except with Lamborghini performance), OCZ recently claimed 78% of their revenue came from SSDs in the past financial quarter. While we wish OCZ the best in their future ventures, it was a certainly a sad day for us upon hearing about this. I have personally witnessed OCZ's substantial growth back in the early 2000's. From their awesome marketing in widely popularizing the use of heatspreaders on high performance overclocking RAM when DDR1 RAM was still the standard and AMD Athlon 64s were the craze, to competitively priced high quality modules, OCZ have unquestionably won the hearts of many casual system builders and hardcore enthusiasts alike. I still remember their Special Ops Edition Urban Elite DDR2 with cool looking 'camo' heatspreaders, the epic Flex XLC that can be hooked up to your water cooling system, and my first ever set of DDR3 RAM, back when 2x1GB modules ran for $600 a kit. Before we wave goodbye to our long time friend, today we will publish what is probably our last OCZ RAM review on the Platinum XTE PC3-16000 2x2GB dual channel kit.
  FULL STORY @ PLATINUM

OCZ Gold XTE Series PC3-17000 4GB Kit
     Sat, Feb 26 2011 | 4:00P | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
"We've mentioned already a number of times, including in our OCZ Platinum XTE review of the 2000MHz DDR kit, because of there being no divider for 2000MHz DDR you have to adjust the very limited BCLK. What it ultimately means is a bit of a hit and miss experience with 2000MHz DDR memory. If it's good overclocking RAM, you'll be ok. If not, you could struggle to hit the default clocks due to the limited option in the BIOS. Today, though, we hope to completely miss that issue with the Gold XTE series which while lower on the food chain in the OCZ line up; does carry with it a higher clock speed; in this case 2133MHz DDR. Like the Platinum series there's not much going on in the package with the two modules being the main highlight. The two 2GB modules come in at 2133MHz DDR as we have already mentioned, and on the timings front we're seeing a 10-10-10-30-1T @ 1.65v setup."
  FULL STORY @ TWEAKTOWN

OCZ Platinum XTE Series PC3-16000 4GB Kit
     Fri, Feb 25 2011 | 4:03P | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
"Today we're looking at a Platinum XTE Series kit from OCZ and it's actually the first time we've seen a kit from this series. To get a bit more specific, we're dealing with a PC3-16000 or 2000MHz DDR 4GB kit that comes in with a 9-9-9-24-1T @ 1.65v setup. Like most of the kits we've looked at recently, this one doesn't carry with it anything extra outside the modules themselves when it comes to the package, and for the most part it seems to help keep the cost down with the kit coming in at only 94.99 USD "
  FULL STORY @ TWEAKTOWN

MUKii TransImp USB 3.0 Hub
     Fri, Feb 25 2011 | 12:00P | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
“As USB 3.0 peripherals become increasingly popular, MUKii has launched the TransImp Series-USB3.0 Super Speed hub. Designed with a sleek and compact look, it features 4 Super Speed USB 3.0 ports and its light-weight size allows you to take it with you. Need more USB 3.0 ports? Might this be for you? Let’s take a closer look at this MUKii USB 3.0 hub and see what it offers to consumers.”
  FULL STORY @ PUREOVERCLOCK

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