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... Read the review.
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... Read the 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... Read the 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... Read the 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... Read the 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... Read the review.
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... Read the article.
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... Read the 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... Read the review.
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... Read the review.