While for the most part we see 2000MHz+ DDR kits nowadays, Team has come in with a PC3-12800 kit that offers some very low timings.
We check out the fastest 4GB kit we've had the pleasure of testing. Can the PC3-17600 kit make us Oh and Ah, though? Let's find out.
A-DATA joins the PC3-16000 party with a 4GB kit under their Xtreme series. We find out what the kit is capable of today.
They might have a cool name, but is there more to the Ripjaws series from G.Skill than just a name? Let's check out the PC3-16000 kit and see.
Kingston's fastest DDR3 memory kit right now is the HyperX DDR3-2000 CL8 kit and today we look at the 6GB tri-channel version and see what it can do.
With our new P55 testbed now set up, we start to check out some dual channel kits geared toward the new i5 and i7 CPUs. The first comes from OCZ.
Lynnfield is out and all the latest peripherals are hitting the shelves. We take a look at the 8GB DDR3 1600 Kit from Corsair today.
We move up from the Patriot G Series kit we looked at recently to find out how the top of the line PC3-16000 Viper II kit goes.
Today we have a look at the PC-16000 Trident kit from G.Skill and find out if it can stand out from the pack at the top-end.
We have a look at a 1600MHz 6GB kit from Patriot which is part of the new G Series line-up.
We have a look at a PC3-14400 kit from GeIL today. At 1800MHz it nestles between the more common 1600MHz and 2000MHz kits.
We look at a low latency set of PC3-16000 modules from OCZ today and find out if they're able to impress as a top end choice for your i7 rig.
A-DATA has stepped up and released a high-end PC3-12800 kit as part of its X Series lineup. We see if the company can offer some serious competition.
Corsair expand the Dominator GT series with a 6GB PC3-16000 kit, we check it out to see if it keeps with the high standard.
We take a look to see if the Crucial Ballistix Tracer Blue PC3-12800 modules deliver more excitement than just a bunch of flashy lights.
Today we have a look at a 3GB and 6GB kit of memory and see how the extra memory affects overall system performance.
Tri-channel memory for Core i7 is now the go and getting speeds out of it at 1.65v or less is tricky, but CSX has its new kit which does just that.
Kingston returns to our test bed with their new 1333MHz 6GB triple channel ValueRAM memory kit for Core i7.