Archive for the ‘Memory’ Category
1 CommentsPosted by Luke Hill on December 12, 2013 under Highlights 2, Memory
It's Kingston's turn to take shot at the ultra-high frequency memory market. Can the 2800MHz HyperX Predator kit grab the attention of enthusiast benchmarkers and extreme overclockers? With the v... more.
1 CommentsPosted by Jon Martindale on November 15, 2013 under Memory
G.Skill is looking to push the current envelope as much as possible with the unveiling of its latest Ripjaws kit designed with laptops in mind. That's right, this new high performance DDR3 kit ... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Harrison on October 22, 2013 under Memory, Pen Drives
We have all had USB pen drives break/fail/drop in liquid and refuse to work. We have also found them bulging in our pockets or, better still, preventing us from getting a comfortable mouse position be... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Jon Martindale on October 2, 2013 under Memory
If you're an overclocker, enthusiast or system builder and you're also part of the HWBot community, chances are you use GSkill memory. That won't apply to everyone of course, but the memory manufactur... more.
2 CommentsPosted by Jon Martindale on September 23, 2013 under Memory
Memory manufacturer G.Skill has shown off its DDR4 modules for the first time at the Intel Developer Forum, alongside a real-life demo of its latest DDR3 kits too, made up of eight separate 4GB module... more.
4 CommentsPosted by Luke Hill on September 16, 2013 under Highlights 2, Memory
Targeting extreme enthusiasts with recording-breaking overclock aspirations, ADATA's 3100MHz XPG V2 memory kit is designed to be the best of the best when it comes to raw frequency. Can the 3.1GHz... more.
0 CommentsPosted by faith on September 5, 2013 under Channel, Memory
Looks like the plant management at Hynix can breath a large sigh of relief as teams assess damage to the plant and report that it could have been much worse. As the smoke clears, KitGuru holds a damp ... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Roald on September 4, 2013 under Memory
It is not too long ago when G.Skill's TridentX memory set a new world record in the hands of professional overclocker James “YoungPro” Trevaskis. Now, G.Skill is releasing a 32GB (4 x 8GB) kit cl... more.
0 CommentsPosted by faith on September 4, 2013 under Channel, Memory
Whether it was the minimal increase in performance for the Haswell processors or the terrible reception that Microsoft got for shipping Windows without the Start button - the PC market has not been ki... more.
7 CommentsPosted by faith on September 4, 2013 under Channel, Memory
Following the huge chemical explosions that took out 15% of the world's memory production a short while ago, KitGuru has now been in contact with several major memory companies and we have been told "... more.
19 CommentsPosted by faith on September 4, 2013 under Channel, Memory
World DRAM prices are set to rocket as news comes in that Hynix FABs 1 and 2 have been engulfed in a ball of flame following a huge chemical explosion. UPDATE: We have just heard that several major... more.
4 CommentsPosted by Luke Hill on September 4, 2013 under Highlights, Memory
It's ADATA's turn to add to the barrage of high-speed memory kits entering the limelight now that Intel's Haswell processors have been released. Can version two of the company's XPG kit prove that... more.
2 CommentsPosted by Jules on September 3, 2013 under Memory, Motherboard
While it seems that some mainboard vendors will need new models and/or BIOS updates in order to provide AMD FX9000 series processors with full support, KitGuru has been contacted by Asus to confirm th... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Roald on August 9, 2013 under Channel, Memory
G.Skill has reclaimed its position as performance king after professional overclocker James "YoungPro" Trevaskis reached 4400MHz using G.Skill's TridentX memory earlier this morning. Could the sec... more.
4 CommentsPosted by Luke Hill on August 3, 2013 under Highlights 2, Memory
With Intel's fourth generation Core series processors and the Z87 platform still fresh on the market, memory manufacturers are taking the opportunity to release some high-speed kits built for the ... more.
1 CommentsPosted by Jules on August 2, 2013 under Memory
While most of the PC using population is content snoozing around with 1600MHz memory, ADATA has just moved the goal posts a little bit higher. KitGuru pulls out a stop watch to investigate. How muc... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Harrison on July 28, 2013 under Memory
While the economy is still recovering slowly, it's not fast enough for the IT industry. As a result, we're seeing some significant price drops on the kind of kit that everygeek needs - like 2x4GB of D... more.
2 CommentsPosted by Luke Hill on July 25, 2013 under Highlights, Memory
When it's pure speed and record-breaking memory you're after, there are few better kits than those from G.Skill's TridentX series. Can the 2933MHz TridentX 8GB memory prove yet again that it is bu... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Henry Butt on June 3, 2013 under Memory
Only our most eagle-eyed readers will be able to tell the difference between this latest kit of Kingston's HyperX Beast memory and the one we reviewed back in December here. While the performance c... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Harrison on May 29, 2013 under Memory
Over the next two weeks, we're all in for a deluge of launches. Not only are the main semi-conductor firms in mid-launch-madness-mode, but all of the companies that make components to go inside the ne... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Jules on May 28, 2013 under Channel, Memory
How much product you can sell into a market depends on many things - including desirability, price and your marketing. That said, at a much more fundamental level, there is the question of 'availabili... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Colin Beatty on March 25, 2013 under Memory
Kingston have just released new memory kits built around black PCB's, the enthusiast favourite colour for memory. Kingston Technology Europe Ltd, an affiliate of Kingston Technology Company Inc., t... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Harrison on March 18, 2013 under Memory
The bloodbath that was the SSD price war of 2012, was driven in large part by the arrival of SanDisk. While the company might occupy the expensive/high end when it comes to extreme memory cards for di... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Harrison on March 15, 2013 under Memory
While most data transfers actually happen at a terrific speed, there's still that 'tapping your fingers - waiting for it to be over' feeling when you need to move a big chunk of data quickly. Patriot ... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Benjamin on March 14, 2013 under Memory
Corsair today announced new Vengeance Extreme 8GB dual-channel DDR3 memory kits rated at 3000MHz, the world's fastest rated production PC memory kits. Fitted with low profile "racing red" heat spreade... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Luke Hill on March 14, 2013 under Highlights 2, Memory
Team Group's Xtreem series of memory modules have held their place in the enthusiast market for many years. Can the company's Xtreem LV 2133MHz CL9 memory kit prove that enthusiast-grade performan... more.
2 CommentsPosted by Luke Hill on February 5, 2013 under Highlights, Memory
G.Skill's extensive range of Ripjaws memory kits has always covered the requirements of a wide user base. With that trend continuing to the present day, we will be taking a look at one of the comp... more.
0 CommentsPosted by faith on January 22, 2013 under Channel, Memory
Most of the time, technology manufacturers keep the underlying cost of a product 'masked' from us, the consumers. When a component suffers a temporary increase in cost, that amount is swallowed and th... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Benjamin on January 9, 2013 under Memory
The world of modern technology requires a balancing act. You must control costs, otherwise you can't make a profit - while at the same time you need to innovate like there is no tomorrow or there won'... more.
2 CommentsPosted by Jules on January 8, 2013 under Event, Memory
Way back in 1985, a couple of students were discussing technology and touched on the idea of a 1GB memory module. The idea that so much data could be stores in one place - at one time - seemed incredi... more.
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