Posts Tagged ‘kingston’
0 CommentsPosted by Simon Crisp on December 6, 2016 under Highlights, Reviews, SSD Drives
Kingston's DC400 series are the latest additions to the companies Enterprise range of SSDs and have been designed as entry level drives for data centers. The new drives have been built with read-inten... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Simon Crisp on September 28, 2016 under Highlights V, Reviews, SSD Drives
Kingston's SSDNow KC400 family is part of the company's business-oriented SSD product line which features end-to-end data path protection, technologies to protect data in the NAND and guard agains... more.
3 CommentsPosted by Matthew Wilson on April 1, 2016 under Headphones, Peripheral
Kingston has really made its mark on the gaming headset world with its HyperX Cloud and Cloud II headsets, the Cloud II even won one of our 2015 KitGuru awards. However, this week, Kingston is expandi... more.
3 CommentsPosted by Matthew Wilson on January 21, 2016 under Highlights 2, Pen Drives
Kingston has earned a reputation with its HyperX brand over the last few years. Today, we are taking a look at the HyperX Savage 128GB USB drive, which supports first-generation USB 3.1 technology and... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Anton Shilov on September 2, 2015 under Motherboard
Although DDR4 memory provides higher bandwidth than DDR3 and has very high overclocking potential, it is also more expensive than its predecessor. However, Intel Corp.’s latest “Skylake” process... more.
3 CommentsPosted by Anton Shilov on September 1, 2015 under SSD Drives
Despite of the fact that sales of personal computers are decreasing, shipments of solid-state drives are rising, according to analysts from TrendFocus. Samsung continues to be the world’s largest su... more.
2 CommentsPosted by Anton Shilov on July 4, 2015 under Memory
The year 2014 was very favourable for producers of dynamic random access memory as well as for makers of various DRAM modules thanks to rather high prices and stable demand for personal computers and ... more.
6 CommentsPosted by Anton Shilov on June 3, 2015 under SSD Drives
Shipments of solid-state drives increased in the first quarter compared to the fourth quarter of the year, according to analysts from TrendFocus. Samsung Electronics remained the world’s largest sup... more.
3 CommentsPosted by Anton Shilov on May 12, 2015 under Memory
Kingston Memory has introduced the world’s fastest 128GB DDR4 quad-channel memory kit that is rated to run at 3.0GHz. The kit is designed for high-end workstations based on Intel Corp.’s Core i7-5... more.
2 CommentsPosted by Anton Shilov on April 4, 2015 under SSD Drives
Phison, once an underdog on the market of controllers for solid-state drives, today is one of the leading independent designers of SSD controllers. In a bid to further strengthen its positions on the ... more.
2 CommentsPosted by Anton Shilov on February 14, 2015 under SSD Drives
Kingston Technology, a leading manufacturer of memory modules, solid-state drives and other memory products, recently increased its stake in Phison, an independent designer of NAND flash controllers. ... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Anton Shilov on January 29, 2015 under Memory
A leading professional overclocker has managed to set a new DDR4 clock-rate record using hardware from MicroStar Interational, Kingston and Intel Corp. While overclocking results of contemporary DDR4 ... more.
4 CommentsPosted by Anton Shilov on January 6, 2015 under SSD Drives
Kingston Technology has introduced its first high-performance solid-state drive for consumers that comes with PCI Express 2.0 x4/M.2 interface. The new HyperX Predator SSDs are designed for performanc... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Anton Shilov on December 5, 2014 under PC, Workstation
Professional graphics workstations are aimed at creative professionals who are supposed to generate beautiful visuals and inspiring designs. Ironically, virtually all workstations lack any creative to... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Andrzej on November 24, 2014 under Event
Once thousands of hardcore gamers have entrenched themselves with their clan/mates at a Multiplay event like i53, they really don't want to move. So what happens if you need a repair, upgrade or gift?... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Andrzej on November 13, 2014 under Memory
We all know that technology drives an endless progression of shrinks and optimisations. Normally, the effects are felt gradually over time. But every now and there's a mini-seismic shift in terms of w... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Matthew Wilson on October 29, 2014 under Pen Drives
Kingston is already well known for its desktop RAM modules and Solid State Drives but they also make flash drives for those of you who need to back up data and take it on the go. Chances are, you have... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Jon Martindale on September 7, 2014 under Headphones
Since I previously reviewed the Kingston HyperX Cloud headset earlier this year - giving it a good score too - I was a little surprised to receive another through the door. Of course though while this... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Anton Shilov on July 24, 2014 under SSD Drives
Kingston’s V-series solid-state drives have always been among the most affordable in the industry, yet, they feature Kingston’s quality, reliability and warranty. However, up to recently affordabi... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Jon Martindale on July 2, 2014 under Memory
The world and his dog might be getting ready of the impending availability of DDR4 memory, but Gigabyte is still pushing the boundaries of what you can do with the hardware that's available right now... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Anton Shilov on June 17, 2014 under SSD Drives
The consolidation on the market of solid-state drives is in full swing right now. Just recently Seagate agreed to acquire LSI SandForce and LSI Nytro divisions from Avago, whereas yesterday SanDisk an... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Anton Shilov on June 6, 2014 under SSD Drives
Kingston Technology this week started to ship its first solid-state drives in the M.2 2280 form-factor. Such SSDs will soon become popular as the latest platforms based on Intel’s 9-series chipsets ... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Anton Shilov on June 5, 2014 under Computex, Gaming PC, Memory
Just like its competitors, Kingston Technology unveiled several new products at the Computex 2014 trade-show. Among the impressive products were the new HyperX Impact SO-DIMM memory modules that could... more.
1 CommentsPosted by Anton Shilov on June 3, 2014 under Memory, Motherboard
The DDR4 memory era is set to begin in several months from now. It is expected that the DDR4 standard will bring the world new performance heights thanks to increased memory frequencies and chip densi... more.
3 CommentsPosted by Luke Hill on May 12, 2014 under Highlights 2, SSD Drives
Intel's 9-series chipset has launched and one of the most interesting features that it delivers is native support for M.2 SSDs. Devices using the M.2 (formerly NGFF) connector can differ in their conn... more.
0 CommentsPosted by faith on April 21, 2014 under Event
For any of you who follow comic strips, you know that even if our side is threatened with defeat, there is always a hero or two on standby - ready to avenge the fallen. At Multiplay's i51 event up at ... more.
1 CommentsPosted by Anton Shilov on April 10, 2014 under Gaming PC, Memory
Kingston on Thursday introduced its new family of affordable memory modules for enthusiasts who demand higher performance, but cannot afford to buy truly extreme solutions for overclocking. The new Hy... more.
4 CommentsPosted by Jon Martindale on March 11, 2014 under Headphones, Highlights
Kingston's reputation as a maker of storage solutions is well cemented at this point - they have been making memory modules, flash drives and solid state drives for years now. Today however we look at... more.
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? ... more.
1 CommentsPosted by Jules on September 4, 2013 under Channel, SSD Drives
From the first time we all saw the X25 from Intel, we knew that the world would never be the same again. Who needs huge chunks of spinning metal when we can have pure memory! We fell in love - but o... more.
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