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DDR-2 533MHz Memory Royal Rumble - September 2004

DDR-2 533MHz Memory Royal Rumble - September 2004

It's been a long time in the works but we are finally ready with our DDR-2 533MHz Memory Royal Rumble of September 2004. We check out and compare the performance of memory modules from Kingmax, Crucial, TwinMOS, Mushkin, Corsair and Kingston. If you are on the market for a new set of DDR-2 memory, you cannot miss this article. | Sep 16, 2004 at 11:00 pm CDT

Dual Channel DDR-500 Kits Compared - OCZ, Kingmax, Mushkin and TwinMOS

Dual Channel DDR-500 Kits Compared - OCZ, Kingmax, Mushkin and TwinMOS

Today we've taken a look at four different sets of Dual Channel DDR-500 kits from OCZ, Kingmax, Mushkin and TwinMOS. While DDR-II has hit the market it will be a long while yet before it fully takes over regular DDR memory. Read on as we compare the modules at 250MHz and as high as we could overclock them on our Intel test bed platform. | Jun 30, 2004 at 11:00 pm CDT

Three Way DDR-550 Memory Rumble - GeIL, OCZ and ShikaRAM

Three Way DDR-550 Memory Rumble - GeIL, OCZ and ShikaRAM

While companies around the world prepare to introduce DDR-II memory modules to the market place in their various channels, DDR kicks on. We've compared DDR-550 (PC4400) memory modules from GeIL, OCZ and ShikaRAM at their default speeds and overclocked, as far as we could take them, on our ASUS Pentium 4 platform. | Jun 17, 2004 at 11:00 pm CDT

TwinMOS Twister DDR-500 Memory

TwinMOS Twister DDR-500 Memory

TwinMOS have been producing their Twister DDR-500 memory for around about a year now. Today we are checking out their still current flagship Dual Channel PC4000 memory modules and comparing performance in a range of different processor and memory speeds. Let's enter the storm and find out a little more! | May 24, 2004 at 11:00 pm CDT

Kingmax Hardcore Series DDR-466 and DDR-500 Memory

Kingmax Hardcore Series DDR-466 and DDR-500 Memory

Kingmax has recently brought their new line of "Hardcore Series" and affordable DDR-466 and DDR-500 memory modules to the market. We test with an ABIT IC7 MAX3 motherboard and see just how far we can ramp up the clock speeds of both sets of memory. | Feb 22, 2004 at 11:00 pm CST

Dual Channel Memory Roundup - Part 2

Dual Channel Memory Roundup - Part 2

It's time for Part 2 of our Dual Channel Memory roundup series where this time we check out new modules from Kingmax, Corsair, Geil, OCZ, Transcend and Crucial - 8 different types of modules all up over a massive 33 pages! | Oct 7, 2003 at 11:00 pm CDT

Kingmax DDR-433 (PC3500) Memory Review

Kingmax DDR-433 (PC3500) Memory Review

Kingmax Technology is not a memory manufacturer who is known for enthusiast style RAM. They are more so a company who produces memory which performs well and does not cost an arm and a leg. Soon the Taiwanese-based company will release their DDR-433 "performance" modules but before that we were given the chance to test them exclusively and see what they have to offer. Follow Shawn "Toxic" Baker as he tells us about Kingmax's newest memory modules! | Jul 31, 2003 at 11:00 pm CDT

DDR-400 Dual Channel Memory Roundup - Part 1

DDR-400 Dual Channel Memory Roundup - Part 1

Dual Channel, Dual Channel, Dual Channel - it is one of the key buzzwords taking the IT industry by storm at the moment courtesy of chipsets from nVidia and Intel. Which Dual Channel branded memory kit do you choose? Do you even need actual branded Dual Channel memory? Which overclocks the fastest? Shawn "Toxic" Baker answers all these questions in this 20-page monster roundup comparing memory from Crucial, Mushkin, Kingmax, TwinMOS, Buffalo and Corsair! | Jun 21, 2003 at 11:00 pm CDT

Crucial PC-3200 DDR SDRAM Review

Crucial PC-3200 DDR SDRAM Review

Which way do you turn when it comes to choosing a brand new stick of memory for your high-powered computer system these days? With so many choices coming onto the market it makes your decision that little bit harder. One such stick recently entering the market is from Crucial with their PC-3200 DDR SDRAM which Shawn "Toxic" Baker takes a look at today. Does it have what it takes to compete with the best? Read on and find out! | May 5, 2003 at 11:00 pm CDT

Mushkin PC3500 DDR SDRAM

Mushkin PC3500 DDR SDRAM

Memory speeds continue to increase as the need for more bandwidth is required for all of todays games and applications. Mushkin not to be left behind has kept pace with the likes of Corsair, Geil and OCZ with their own PC3500 DDR SDRAM. Is the extra cost of Mushkin memory worth it? Read on as Cameron "Sov" Johnson gives us the answer. | Mar 31, 2003 at 11:00 pm CST

OCZ Dual Channel PC3200 EL DDR SDRAM

OCZ Dual Channel PC3200 EL DDR SDRAM

Dual Channel is very much a buzz word when it comes to modern computing these days; and rightfully so. Intel, SiS and nVidia all have high-performance Dual Channel chipsets on the market already with VIA not too far away in the distance. Today Cameron "Sov" Johnson takes a look at OCZ Technologies Dual Channel PC3200 EL DDR SDRAM package solution. Does it have what it takes to make it into your Dual Channel setup? Read on and decide for yourself! | Mar 2, 2003 at 11:00 pm CST

OCZ PC3500 DDR-433 SDRAM Review

OCZ PC3500 DDR-433 SDRAM Review

Memory module speeds seem to be getting faster and faster each day with a handful of memory manufacturers pushing the limits. One such manufacturer is the provocative OCZ Technology group based out of Sunnyvale, CA who has been releasing ultra fast memory modules for sometime now. Today Cameron "Sov" Johnson takes a look at one of their newest modules - their PC3500 DDR-433 part. Does it have what it takes to compete with the likes of other ultra fast modules on the market? Read on and find out! | Nov 22, 2002 at 11:00 pm CST

Geil DDR-433 Platinum Memory Review

Geil DDR-433 Platinum Memory Review

DDR-400 is still yet to be approved as an official industry standard by JEDEC. This hasn't stopped several companies releasing DDR-400 memory, and even faster. Geil is one such company who accelerated in this area who went ahead and released their DDR-433 solution. Cameron "Sov" Johnson took time to put the memory through our usual torture tests to see how it stood up to the challenge with the most aggressive timings we could possible throw at it. | Oct 10, 2002 at 11:00 pm CDT

TwinMOS 256MB DDR400 Memory Review

TwinMOS 256MB DDR400 Memory Review

JEDEC have only just approved the PC2700 memory standard, and we are already seeing a lot of memory manufacturers coming out with their DDR400 modules even though JEDEC are still in the works of approving it. Asher "Acid" Moses takes a look at one such PC3200 module from up and coming Taiwanese company, TwinMOS. Does it have what it takes to compete with the well known memory brands in overclocking tests? Read on and find out! | Oct 3, 2002 at 11:00 pm CDT

Corsair XMS3200 256MB Memory Review

Corsair XMS3200 256MB Memory Review

With modern motherboards continuing their push to the next level, it can sometimes be difficult to find memory that is up to the task. Come join Asher "Acid" Moses as he takes a look at the newset offering from Corsair; namely their XMS3200 DDR Memory Modules. They're marketing it as capable of delivering DDR400 compatibility with CAS2 Latency Timings. That's a pretty big claim, so come join us as we find out if it can really perform at this level! | Sep 29, 2002 at 11:00 pm CDT

Geil DDR-400 vs. Samsung DDR-400

Geil DDR-400 vs. Samsung DDR-400

DDR-400 memory has been one of the most talked about memory standards since the introduction of DDR. While 400Mhz DDR memory still isn't a JEDEC endorsed standard, companies have already begun to release memory modules running at 400Mhz. Today Cameron "Sov" Johnson takes a look at two new DDR-400 memory modules from Geil and Samsung, who will win the battle for supremacy? Read on and find out! | Jul 31, 2002 at 11:00 pm CDT

Kingmax DDR-400 SDRAM Review

Kingmax DDR-400 SDRAM Review

Just recently there has been a great deal of talk about DDR-400 memory. Talk regarding supply for current and future chipsets including nVidia's nForce2 and the SiS 648. Kingmax were the first to bring DDR-333 memory to the market and again they have come out first with their DDR-400 SDRAM. There's been talk of poorly performing PC3200 memory from the Taiwanese company before now, Kingmax confirmed to us these were not modules with actual 5ns chips like the authentic DDR-400 memory from Kingmax which Cameron "Sov" Johnson bench tested today! | Jul 16, 2002 at 11:00 pm CDT

Touring the Memory Giants - Kingmax and Kingpak

Touring the Memory Giants - Kingmax and Kingpak

Each year the always hectic and ever exciting city of Taipei plays host to Computex - The biggest computer trade show in Asia and what is considered by many as one of the most interesting and spicy shows in the world. The trip was broken up into company meetings, company parties and we can't forget factory tours - in particular tours of Kingmax and Kingpak which Cameron "Mr.Tweak" Wilmot tells us about today in his latest article. | Jun 16, 2002 at 11:00 pm CDT

Kingmax DDR-333 (PC2700) Memory Review

Kingmax DDR-333 (PC2700) Memory Review

With newer motherboards coming out all the time and faster chipsets being par for the course, there just has to be a way for memory to keep up. Come take a peek at Cameron "Sov" Johnson's exclusive review of a 256MB stick of Kingmax DDR-333 memory. It's aim is higher performance for today's faster motherboards. Lets go see if it succeeds, shall we? | Feb 6, 2002 at 11:00 pm CST

Kingmax PC2100 Compatibility Tests

Kingmax PC2100 Compatibility Tests

With most of the main motherboard makers now manufacturing boards that need DDR SDRAM, we thought it time to see how well the Kingmax DDR Memory could hold up to some high FSB settings. So come join Sov as he shows us what chipsets will handle the aggressive overclocking attempts. | Oct 15, 2001 at 11:00 pm CDT

Kingmax PC2100 DDR SDRAM

Kingmax PC2100 DDR SDRAM

Kingmax made a huge name for themselves when they first started making their TinyBGA memory modules. Now they've done it with their DDR line as well and Cameron "Sov" Johnson is here to let you know if they were successful. So come join the fun and see for yourself if Kingmax has what it takes to jump into the DDR market in our latest review of their PC2100 DDR RAM. | Sep 2, 2001 at 11:00 pm CDT

Mushkin PC150 HSDRAM

Mushkin PC150 HSDRAM

Mushkin PC150 HSDRAM. | Jul 11, 2001 at 11:00 pm CDT

PC150 SDRAM Roundup

PC150 SDRAM Roundup

PC150 SDRAM Roundup. | Jul 8, 2001 at 11:00 pm CDT

Kingmax PC166 SDRAM

Kingmax PC166 SDRAM

Kingmax PC166 SDRAM. | Jul 5, 2001 at 11:00 pm CDT