G.Skill has expanded its Pi range to include new i7 compatible triple channel kits. We check out a 1600MHz 6GB kit today.
With Intel saying a big goodbye to DDR2 memory, Core i7 and its tri-channel memory is on the move. Today A-DATA arrives.
Now that Core i7's the new trend for enthusiasts, Corsair's Dominator series memory returns in triple channel flavour.
Taking a break from X58 boards, we have a look at dual vs triple channel memory configurations on the Core i7 platform.
Mushkin push the limits of memory technology every time. Today we have another high performing DDR3 kit hitting 2000MHz.
DDR3 manages to clock where no memory has clocked before. Today Team Group sends its best and brightest DDR3 kit to us.
Intel's XMP profile supports speed memory profiles. Today Kingston brings the highest XMP rated memory at 1800MHz.
Once a motherboard manufacturer, Chaintech has now moved to new products including system memory.
Corsair currently holds the flag for the fastest DDR3 memory on the market, rated for 2133MHz. Let's check 'em out.
Kingston's long-standing HyperX Series of enthusiast memory is back. Today we have a 1600MHz DDR3 kit on trial.
Corsair, one of the largest memory manufacturers has pumped out a solid 4GB DDR3 kit. Let's see what it has to offer us.
Intel's X38/X48 chipsets support XMP technology and we put it to the test with A-DATA's latest Vitesta DDR3 memory.
Our first Aeneon memory was less than stellar; let's see if the company has matured well since then.
OCZ has been quiet with water cooled memory for a while, but the Flex series returns with a vengeance.
Patriot returns with a new DDR3 memory kit rated for 1866MHz. We compare to some proven high-clocking OCZ 1600MHz parts.
In our second Patriot Memory DDR2 review for this week; we take a step up to their high-speed DDR2 1150MHz modules.
In a perfect world, DDR2 memory would offer high capacity AND speeds. This kit aims to hold that promise for perfection.
Qimonda's Aeneon branded Xtune memory boasts prime overclocking. We put them to the test and see what they can deliver.
PNY really push the boundaries of DDR2 with this 1173MHz kit. Read on to see if it performs as expected.