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AVEXIR AVD3U16001008G-4CI 32GB C10 1600MHz Memory Kit Review @ Madshrimps
     Fri, Aug 10 2012 | 2:32A | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
The AVEXIR 32GB C10 kit is rated at 1600MHz, which is not a stellar speed compared to other kits out there, but offers enough storage for many applications that require it like Adobe Premiere Pro, RAMdrives, multiple virtual machines. The modules also come with fancy blue LED effects, which are a delight if the case we are using has windowed side panels."

3 Way DDR3 SODIMM Comparison
     Tue, Aug 07 2012 | 9:18A | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
There are quite a few people out there who support that having more RAM (system memory) in your notebook/laptop is not always beneficial and for good or bad there are many out there who take their opinion for granted. So a few months back when i started receiving emails by some of you asking the very same question from me i decided that instead of answering based on what i think and without any real proof it would be a lot better to actually test both 4GB and 8GB kits and see whether or not more is better. Fast forward a few months later and finally today we can release our 3 way comparison (which is not really a comparison but rather just a way to see if 8 is really better than 4) between 3 SODIMM DDR3 Dual Channel kits from both Kingston and Nanya."

Samsung MV-3V4G3D DDR3-1600 8GB Memory Kit Review @ ThinkComputers.org
     Mon, Aug 06 2012 | 4:09P | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Samsung are well known as manufacturers of consumer televisions, laptops and other electronics. Samsungs SSDs have been gathering traction and some rave reviews across the industry, and also picking up steam are Samsungs offerings to the memory sector. Available in 2GB or 4GB DIMMs, with kits available for 4GB, 8GB and in some locations, 16GB, Samsung have something available for every user. Rated at 1600Mhz at only 1.35v, the kit is designed to fit into the low voltage/green market segment. With stock timings of 11-11-11-28, these kits arent aimed at the performance consumer.. but knowing that these DIMMs also support higher voltages, lets see how far we can push them, shall we?"

Patriot Viper 3 Black Mamba Edition DDR3 Review @ Vortez
     Sun, Aug 05 2012 | 11:50A | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
The Viper Series has been synonymous with style and speed and today we see the Series enter its 3rd Generation; Viper 3. Viper 3 uses a custom designed head-spreader and has been tailored for dual and quad channel ready motherboards in a variety of capacities - 8GB, 16GB and 32GB and with frequencies from 1600MHz up to 2133MHz."

Kingston Wi-Drive 64GB @ Bjorn3D
     Sun, Aug 05 2012 | 9:03A | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Earlier this year, we released a review of the Kingston Wi-Drive. Since then, Kingston has made a few changes to the Wi-Drive, including adding support for a wireless browser, and even greater capability."

Kingston HyperX 3K 240GB Review @ Hi Tech Legion
     Sat, Aug 04 2012 | 9:03A | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
/ /The Kingston HyperX 3K 240GB SATA III MLC Internal SSD takes the same technology as the HyperX 5K and makes it more affordable. The Kingston HyperX 3K uses 3000 P/E cycle NAND memory. This drives the price down significantly into a sensible range. The HyperX 3K is still driven by the same SandForce SF-2281 controller and uses SATA Rev 3.0 interface. The combination of those features gives the HyperX 3K the ability to boast speeds up to 555MB/s read and 510MB/s write. IOPS performance has been rated at 40K/57K sustained random 4K R/W and 86K/60K maximum random R/W. This specific model is the upgrade kit which features, in addition to the SSD, a 2.5 metal USB enclosure, 3.5 bracket with mounting screws, SATA data cable, HDD cloning software, and a multi-bit screwdriver.///"

[Tech ARP] Kingston DataTraveler Elite 3.0 USB 3.0 Flash Drive Review Rev. 2.0
     Fri, Aug 03 2012 | 4:03P | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Today, we are going to take a look at Kingston`s latest USB 3.0 flash drive targeted at the value market - the *Kingston DataTraveler Elite 3.0 (DTE30)*. One can think of it as the economical version of the Kingston DataTraveler Ultimate 3.0 (DTU30) and the Kingston DataTraveler Ultimate 3.0 Gen. 2. Here are the DataTraveler Elite 3.0`s key features : - Tri-Coloured - Convenient - Customizable - Guaranteed Kingston currently offers the DataTraveler Elite 3.0 in capacities of 16 GB, 32 GB and 64 GB. We only received a 16 GB sample (the DTE30/16GB), so its performance may vary with its larger capacity brothers. With that in mind, let`s take a look at the *16 GB Kingston DataTraveler Elite 3.0* and see how it racks up against a slew of other USB flash drives! *In this update, we added a new Size Comparison section, as well as Kingston`s response on the high case temperature. We also made some layout and editorial corrections.*"

Patriot EP Pro 32 GB SDXC/SDHC Card Review
     Fri, Aug 03 2012 | 10:29A | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
The price isn`t quite as bad as I was expecting for the performance. The question always comes: it is super-fast; but at what cost? When it comes down to such a simple piece of hardware and the ability to get slower cards for less - price does become a big factor. I wouldn`t pay a hundred some odd dollars for the exceptional speed but I might be willing to pay a little more for the performance - the balance here comes to the individual. The $69.99 price tag, to me, actually doesn`t seem that bad; for the performance it`s a pretty good deal. If you`ve got the camera to take high resolution, high quality video, you want this."

Kingston 16GB DataTraveler Locker+ G2 USB Drive Review @ Legit Reviews
     Mon, Jul 30 2012 | 11:50A | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
With the increasing awareness of the need for protection of personal data to mitigate ID theft and fraud, consumers are gravitating towards solutions that add security but aren`t too cumbersome or intrusive. With many of us toting around sensitive data on removable media from home to school or work, the opportunity for loss or theft is a very real possibility. It`s not just confidential information at stake either. Personal files such as potentially embarrassing pictures or video that may end up on public websites aren`t really things you`ll want others to have access to. Fortunately, Kingston has a secure, easy, and affordable solution with their DataTraveler Locker+ G2 USB 2.0 flash drives..."

SanDisk 64GB Extreme USB 3.0 Flash Drive Review @ Legit Reviews
     Sun, Jul 29 2012 | 4:52P | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
The SanDisk 64GB Extreme USB 3.0 Flash Drive is one of the fastest USB drives that you can buy today and we were impressed by the numbers that we were able to reach. To see sequential data transfer numbers hitting 215MB/s read and 189MB/s write in CrystalDiskMark was simply amazing. This drive is the fastest offered by SanDisk and is also one of the fastest USB 3.0 Flash drives to be offered by any company..."

Crucial Ballistix Tactical Review - 16GB Dual Channel
     Sat, Jul 28 2012 | 9:03A | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
We review the Ballistix Tactical 16GB dual channel kit from Crucial. This kit has low latency settings of 8-8-8-24, and 1.5 volts, making it suitable for Sandy Bridge and Ivy Bridge installations.

REVIEW: Crucial Ballistix Elite 16GB DDR3-1866 @ PureOverclock
     Fri, Jul 27 2012 | 9:10A | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Crucial has been manufacturing quality memory modules for nearly 15 years. They are also well known for manufacturing Solid State Drives and USB Flash Drives. The Ballistix name has also been around for some time and is associated with great quality without breaking the bank. Today, we have Crucial`s 16GB Ballistix 1866MHz memory modules on the test bench so let`s see what they bring for the X79 platform."

G.SKILL TridentX 2400 MHz F3-2400C10D-8GTX
     Fri, Jul 27 2012 | 5:55A | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Today we take a look at an 8GB high performance memory offering from G.SKILL. These modules are designed with a super fast speed of 2400MHz in dual channel mode with the new extreme hybrid heatspreader design. These are G.SKILLs newest line of extreme performance memory, dressed to impress."

Mushkin 997070 16GB & 994071 32GB Redline Memory Review
     Fri, Jul 27 2012 | 1:21A | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Looking at these two kits of memory from Mushkin shows that it has another pair of kits that deliver performance indicative of their specifications and more. First up are the distinctive good looks and functionality of the cooling solutions employed on each kit. The 32GB kit part number 994071 uses the Ridgeback design. This robust heatsink package uses a series of angle shaped (think Mushkin logo) fins on top of a thick body to effectively wick away the thermal load generated by these high density modules. Packing them into a four DIMM configuration like used in the testing will allow a higher heat load to be retained but is nothing to be concerned about. Using an air cooled CPU cooling solution would fix that issue as once air starts moving over the modules they cool down fast."

Review: G.Skill TridentX 2x8GB DDR3-2400MHz CL10 @ ocaholic
     Thu, Jul 26 2012 | 11:59A | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Every now and then, the idea about the maximum amount of RAM one can put into a computer gets redefined with that number being progressively doubled. Now, time has come to make another step as 8GB modules are starting to make their entry to the stage."

Win a 128GB Kingston Solid State Drive @ Bigbruin.com
     Thu, Jul 26 2012 | 9:37A | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
It`s summer time... It`s been pretty quiet around here... It`s been a long time since we had a contest. Let`s give away a new 128GB Kingston SSDNow V200 solid state drive desktop upgrade kit (SV200S3D7/128G) factory flashed with the latest firmware to eliminate the slow write speeds that had been experienced with earlier drives in this series!"

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