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The Kingston HyperX Fury 16GB 1866MHz DDR3 Memory Kit Reviewed

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The Kingston HyperX Fury memory kits are all plug and play memory, but is also compatible with AMD systems. While you can change the frequencies in the BIOS manually, Fury is essentially “no fuss” plug and play without the need for BIOS or memory profile selection. Only one internal SPD profile is available so it should be as easy as …

Pre-COMPUTEX 2014 – ADATA Showing All Kinds of Goodies

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It is close to that time of the year again. There are a lot of tech conventions and shows, but Computex is the only real exhibition. This year at Computex 2014, ADATA is bringing their whole lineup of upcoming products to show off and to show up other brands. What do you have to look forward to?

This year, ADATA …

G.SKILL Releases Industry’s First DDR3L SO-DIMM 2133MHz 32GB

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The speed of your computer, laptop, or tablet is always defined by the slowest memory component in it. If you have a super fast SSD, with a super fast CPU, but pair it with run-of-the-mill RAM, you will end up with average performance. G.Skill is here to help high performance laptops with this issue by releasing the first DDR3L 2133 …