Thursday, May 16, 2013
- 9:41 pm | Innodisk Begins to Ship DDR4 RDIMM Samples to Server Makers. Independent DIMM Supplier Samples DDR4 RDIMMs
Monday, May 13, 2013
- 11:22 pm | Commodity DRAM Price Rebound Results in Unusually Strong First Quarter Revenue. Samsung and SK Hynix Retain Leadership in DRAM Market
Wednesday, May 8, 2013
- 6:02 pm | AMD Announces Memory Modules Designed for Gaming. AMD Introduces AMD Radeon RG2133 and Upgraded AMD Radeon RAMDisk
Monday, April 29, 2013
- 11:58 pm | Samsung Begins Manufacturing of 4Gb LPDDR3 Mobile DRAM. Samsung Initiates 4Gb LPDDR3 Production Using 20nm-Class Process Tech
Friday, April 19, 2013
- 4:27 pm | Contract Price of 4GB DDR3 Memory Module Gains $2 in Two Weeks – Market Tracker. Price of Mainstream Memory Modules May Hit $30 Shortly
We would like to offer you a new roundup of contemporary 4GB USB Flash Drives. We tested 21 new drives and added the results of 7 previously tested drives for a more illustrative analysis. You will certainly find a solution that suits your needs and preferences among this mass.
Corsair Company brings the 2 x 2GB DDR3 memory kits to a new level offering a 4GB kit that doesn’t yield to any of the existing 2GB kits in specifications. We got a chance to check out this promising solution in our labs, so read the details in our first look article!
This article will compare 21 USB flash drives with 2GB storage capacity and unique miniature design. We will talk about solutions from such brand names as A-Data, Apacer, ATP, Kingston, Patriot, Pretec, Transcend, SanDisk, Super Talent, TwinMOS and Wintec.
More and more memory makers start designing DDR3 SDRAM solutions for overclockers. In our new article we are going to introduce to you DDR3-1800 from Cell Shock and DDR3-1866 from Patriot.
For our today’s article we picked four USB flash drives with 4GB storage capacity from A-Data Company. WE are going to check out their performance compared against other 4GB solutions available in the market and see how well they cope with Windows Vista ReadyBoost function.
Overclocker DDR3 SDRAM continues to become faster. For our today’s roundup we managed to collect memory kits from Corsair, OCZ and Super Talent that can work at 1800MHz and higher frequencies. Let’s take a closer look at them and find out if they will be able to win this duel against DDR2 solutions.
We managed to get our hands on the new overclocker DDR3 memory kits from OCZ (PC3-12800 Platinum Channel EB Edition) and Super Talent (W1600UX2G7) that are designed to work at 1600MHz speed. Let’s take a closer look at these solutions and find out if these memory kits will be able to win against the best DDR2 products.
Platforms with DDR3 SDRAM support are already available in the market. So, it is high time we performed a comparative test session of DDR3 SDRAM against DDR2 SDRAM. The main goal of our today’s investigation is to find out what memory technology is more suitable for today’s computer systems, and what prospects each of them has ahead.
Overclocker memory modules from Team Group Inc. are extremely interesting solutions and are very popular among computer enthusiasts, including the extreme overclocking fans. We are going to test two top Team Xtreem memory kits that boast a remarkable cooling system from Thermalright.
Overclocker memory makers surprise us not only by the record-breaking frequencies of their DDR2 SDRAM, but also by the originally designed cooling solutions for their memory products. OCZ has already introduced liquid-cooling for its top-of-the-line products, now the time of heatpipes has come. Read more in our new review!
The leading manufacturers of overclocker memory modules are conquering another speed limit. Now DDR2 SDRAM can work at 1150 and 1250MHz. In our today’s review we are going to check what these speeds actually mean for overclockers and how pleased they will be with this impressive achievement.
Today we are going to introduce to you 16 USB flash drives. We will take a closer look at 14 models in a popular 4GB storage capacity that will be competing for the “Best Choice”. You’ll also have a chance to meet an 8GB USB drive from Corsair and a 16GB USB drive from OCZ Technology. All the most popular brands are represented in our new roundup!
Today we are going to introduce to you another 12 models from the 1GB USB flash drives segment. We will talk about solutions from A-Data, Apacer, Kingston, PQI, Pretec, Sony, Transcend and TwinMos. Read more in our new article now!
The manufacturers have made some progress since we last tested USB flash drives in our labs. Almost all major brands have mastered dual-channel memory controllers and large-capacity memory chips. Today we will look at popular USB drives with 1GB storage capacity from Apacer, A-Data, Kingston, OCZ and Transcend.
Today we are going to take a closer look at a few overclocker’s DDR2 memory kits from Corsair, Crucial, GeIL, G.Skill, Kingston and Mushkin that are currently available in stores. Read our extensive roundup for details!
The leading manufacturers of overclocker-friendly memory go on increasing frequencies their top-end DDR2 SDRAM products can work at. Today we are going to introduce to you PC2-8800 memory that is capable of being clocked at a record-breaking 1.1GHz.
In this review we will be testing a few overclocker-friendly DDR2 SDRAM kits from Corsair, GeIL, OCZ and Patriot currently available in shops.
Do you want to get the maximum out of your system with a Core 2 Duo processor? Read this review to learn what memory suits that purpose best!
Today we are going to check out the overclocking potential and features of two new 2GB memory kits from G.SKILL. Find out how far you can go with the 2GB Value and Extreme solutions from this company from our detailed review!
Today we would like to offer you an interview with the CEO of PDP Systems/Patriot Memory. We have already reviewed the memory products from this company on our site multiple times, and today we got a great opportunity to ask some questions to the man who got this all started – Paul Jones.