Archive for the ‘Memory’ Category
Introduction It’s been a while since we treated you with a memory review, but not to fear, Ballistix is here. Crucial’s Ballistix series has been a well-known phenomenon for years now, with the Tracers lighting up like Christmas trees. If […]
Introduction While Borderlands 2 has had a lot of attention in the past month, one thing that many PC users have loved discussing is ways to improve its look and perhaps more importantly for some, performance. However while better graphics […]
Introduction GEIL is a Taiwanese company that produces a number of PC hardware components for gamers, including SSDs and RAM. Today we’ll be looking at the latter – specifically, we’ll be testing their EVO VELOCE line of memory, which […]
Introduction Lately you haven’t seen many memory reviews coming from yours truly, but this is about to change! GeIL has sent in a whole package of their latest gamer RAM and this is the first part of the round-up. We’ll […]
Introduction Today we’re looking at some DDR3 memory from Patriot. An offering from their Gamer series, the G2 enhanced latency kit is aimed towards gamers seeking the best performance at the best price. Let’s take a closer look and find […]
Introduction The supply of RAM reviews continues! Today Kingston wants us to show off their high-end HyperX T1-series to the public. We are looking at the Kingston HyperX T1 DDR3-2133 CL9 2x2GB kit which fits a budget enthusiast role but […]
Lately we've been producing quite a few RAM reviews. Today it's time for another kit, the Crucial Ballistix DDR3-1866 CL9 to take the challenge. Will it perform on a decent price-performance ratio? Should you buy it? Let's find out!
Once again I present to you good sirs a memory review. This time I'm looking at a product from a Mach Xtreme Technology, a fresh brand offering a wide range of memory module products, including RAM, flash drives and SSDs. MX-Tech profiles itself with artistic designed products. Today we're taking a look at their Armor-series RAM, rated at 2133MHz CL9. I'll give it a quick comparison to a recent RAM review and of course the product will be rated for its price vs performance quality.
Crucial are a big name in the memory industry and in particular, their high performance Ballistix kits. The latest addition to this line of DDR3 performance Random Access Memory comes in the form of the BL2KIT25664FN1608 4GB kit rated at 1600MHz. However, Crucial has added temperature sensing capabilities to the DIMMs with an in-built sensor integrated into the SPD chip reporting information back to the Memory Overview Display (MOD) software. Whilst CPUs are very much geared up to provide accurate temperature data, it’s rarely seen with memory kits. Crucial has seized upon this gap in the market with MOD offering a USP. Let’s check it out…
There is a large market for memory modules. Ranging from standard value ones to high speed, low latency overclocking modules for extreme benchmarkers looking to break world records. Today I've gotten my hands on some overclocker oriented RAM, the GeIL Ultra Plus DDR3-2000 CL9. This kit should offer speeds that aren't achievable by normal motherboards on stock settings. Let's see if GeIL can live up their promise for decent overclocking memory.