Posts Tagged ‘Memory’

Well, we brought you two of the higher speed kits in the past. Neither of them did well in testing due to their astronomical prices. Sure, they reached mind bending frequencies, but that alone is not enough to make a reasonable person consider them. With the G.Skill TridentX kit we’re looking at today, now we’ve gone to the other extreme, with a kit rated at DDR3-1600 but with extra tight timings. Let’s find out how it performs!

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G.Skill continues to put up some impressive high frequency results and is also giving away a bunch of hardware in conjunction with MSI, GX Gaming and Lian Li.

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At Overclockers, we rarely present cheaper, more standard products, but not all users need pricey high-end memory. For all who are searching for cheaper RAM, I wish to present Super Talent 8GB DDR3-1600 kit. Let’s take a look at Super Talent memory and find out if it meets your expectations.

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We recently published the ADATA XPG DDR3-2800 memory review which consisted of a memory kit based on single-sided Hynix MFR IC. Even though memory clock is high and modules are overclocking really good, overall performance on those modules is lower than expected. Today I wish to present ADATA XPG DDR3-2600 also based on Hynix MFR IC, but it’s double sided and gives us 16 GB total.

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Single-sided Hynix MFR ICs have been making the rounds through various manufacturers recently. I didn’t give G.Skill a pass for them when they came through last time. They just don’t have the performance to go with the MHz due to timing compromises to make it to these kinds of frequencies. ADATA is here to give it a try this time. Let’s hope they reverse the performance sacrifices made for the MHz. Hey, if nothing else, MFR kits are always fun to see how far they can be pushed!

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Today we’re going to have a look at an insanely-spec’ed memory kit, G.Skill’s high frequency, 2×4 GB DDR3-2933 TridentX kit. It is designed for one thing – hitting extremely high frequencies on the Intel Haswell platform. Of course, people looking to buy such a kit want to know how it performs too, so we’ll look at that for you as well.

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Not much needs to be said to introduce the latest news from Corsair out of Computex. See the below press release for full details on the newest Vengeance Pro Series.

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The shortage of RAM products that began in the first quarter of 2013 is expected to continue, leading prices up for consumers and vendors alike.

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Today, AMD is announcing the launch of an expansion to their memory line – the Gamer Series of Radeon memory.

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Today we bring you the latest ADATA XPG V1.0 memory line – DDR3-2133X. The memory came as a 2 x 4 GB kit, which is enough for nearly everything so it should satisfy most gamers and computer enthusiasts for whom this product is designed.

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