Archives: Memory

Corsair TWINX2048-4400 PRO

Corsair's latest entry into the not-yet-dead DDR market is in the form of a low-latency 2 GB kit that can run at a rather significant 550 MHz. Do these modules have what it takes to knock some of our more established products off their throne?
June 27th, 2006

OCZ EB PC4000 Platinum Edition

We look at OCZ PC4000 Platinum Edition dual channel kit
November 15th, 2005

Corsair TWINX2048-4000PT

We take a look at Corsairs 2Gb PC4000 DDR kit... does it hold up to its claims?
November 1st, 2005

OCZ PC4800 Platinum Review

We take a look at OCZ's DDR 600 memory - does it make a difference?
September 19th, 2005

OCZ PC3500 Gold GX Review

OCZ PC3500 Gold - performance memory on a budget? We'll take a look and see how it performs.
August 2nd, 2005

OCZ PC4000 Gold Edition VX

OCZ's newest flagship DDR1 product is taken through its paces in today's review of their PC4000 Gold Edition VX. Come see whether it has the muscle to edge out the previous top performer!
April 12th, 2005

OCZ PC4200 EL Platinum Edition

OCZ's flagship DDR1 product is taken through its paces in today's review of their PC4200 EL Platinum Edition memory.
January 28th, 2005

Crucial Ballistix PC4000

Come and see how Crucial's new line of high-performance Ballistix memory stacks up in a top-of-the-line nForce 4-based board.
January 17th, 2005

OCZ 512MB PC2700 DDR Rev3.2 Review

RAM is a hot commodity for hardcore and performance hungry users alike. Sometimes, there's confusion about whether RAM can actually give you a performance boost or not, as in the case of DDR400 performance results from tests like our KT4 Ultra and Soyo KT400 Dragon Ultra reviews, but here we found that that increasing your memory bandwidth with faster, low latency RAM can lead to measurable performance increases.
November 27th, 2002

High End Ram Roundup

The high end memory market is pushed by the overclocking crowd. The biggest example of this is DDR 400 being around and easy to get a hold of. Yet chipset currently only officially support DDR333. JEDEC has even approved PC2700 (DDR333). Memory companies are even doing quite a bit of overclocking themselves. Taking DDR333 modules and testing them to much higher speeds. We are taking 6 different sticks for a spin today from 4 different manufacturers.
June 14th, 2002
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