Corsair comes back with a Vengeance. We take the time to see what the new series has to offer with a 12GB PC3-12800 Kit.
We check out a CL9 kit of memory from Corsair. While that might not sound too fancy, the fact that it's 12GB is!
We see another Hercules kit from Kingmax that's a little different to kits we've looked at in the past.
We check out a fresh Ripjaws kit from G.Skill on our new testbed setup. This time it's a meatier 8GB one. Let's find out how it goes in our testbed.
We check out a lower latency Corsair kit that looks like it can impress. Let's whack it on the test bed today and see if it does just that.
Kingston bring in a new budget line of HyperX modules. We wonder what it means for the series.
It's been a while since we've looked at a kit from Super Talent, but let's check out this 2000MHz 12GB kit that combines big capacity with speed.
Designed for the X6 AMD platform, we see if G.Skill can light a flare that's nice and bright for AMD users.
We check out the Plus Series in a triple channel kit. Already having been impressed with the Dual Channel versions, let's see if the quality and performance continues on here.
A 2500MHz DDR kit strolls into the labs. How do we go with it? It's 2500MHz DDR after all.
A-DATA mix it up a bit and double the normal Dual Channel kit to 8GB. How's it fair in our testbed? Let's take a look and see.
Kingston throws the HyperX name onto a massive 24GB kit of memory. Does it deserve it, though?
Kingston step it up with a huge 2400MHz kit. They join the rank of the memory speed elite. Is the kit really worthy, though?
It has been a while since we've seen anything from Crucial. Let's check out a PC3-12800 Ballistix kit from the company.
It's been a while since we've looked at a Tri-Channel kit of memory. Let's look at what Kingmax are doing in this area.
Kingston introduces a new series under the HyperX name. What's the deal with LoVo? Let's find out!
We wonder if the Greek god can help Kingmax stand out again in the competitive market that is RAM these days.
The gaming series from A-DATA get's a new high speed kit; can it impress us like previous A-DATA series.
G.Skill cranks up the MHz with a PC3-18400 kit. We have a look to see how it goes in this competitive memory market.
A new HyperX module arrives in the lab. We see what Kingston is doing with its flagship line-up these days.
Corsair wasn't happy settling with PC3-18000 so they pushed the limits and released a PC3-19200 kit that carries an astronomical 2400MHz DDR clock.
With two PC3-12800 kits lying around from OCZ, we put them to good use and see how Tri-Chan vs. Dual Chan goes on P55 and X58 these days.
PC3-18000 translates to a whopping 2250MHz DDR. There's really no need to say anything else. Let's get into these beauties and see what's going on.
We've already looked at one PC3-17600 kit that offered us some serious speed. A-DATA are getting in on the action now for us to compare.