Posts Tagged DDR3

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


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 Announces New Ripjaws Series Memory Kits for Laptops


I never really liked the whole laptop "thing" because I wanted more control over how my PC is configured. Laptops just do not offer a lot of flexibility, upgradeability, or future-proofing; however, G.Skill will be offering a way to do just that with the new Ripjaws series DDR3 SO-DIMM memory kits.

The new Ripjaws DDR3 will be available in a …

ADATA Unleashes New XPG V2 Series For Intel Haswell


It has been quite some time since memory took a step forward or changed in any significant way. This year I have been seeing a trend of DDR3 RAM moving up in clock speed at an astonishing rate. Speeds we thought a few years ago would not be reached until DDR4 became a retail reality. ADATA's new XPG V2 DRAM …

COMPUTEX 2013 - G.Skill Releases World's Fastest RAM


DDR3 RAM has been around for over 6 years. The original JEDEC specifications for DDR3 RAM speed was to top out at 2133 MHz with a timing of 11-11-11. By this time, DDR4 RAM was to be introduced with higher speeds. G.Skill seems to have other plans in mind with their new 3000 MHz Extreme Speed DDR3 RAM.

The new …