Good morning folks. We've got a few memory reviews that should peak your interest, including some impressive PC4800 modules. Follow that with an interesting Enermax PSU whose fans keep running even after you power down. Check it out!
G.SKILL Extreme Series PC4800 512Mb Kit @ OCTools.com:
"The Extreme Series PC4800 512Mb Dual Channel DDR Kit showed tremendous potential for overclocking. The ability to run at aggressive timings at high speeds is something that overclockers have been waiting for for a long time. Running CAS 2.5-3-3-7 at DDR562 is indeed quite an achievement".
Enermax EG495AX-EV @ ClubOverclocker:
PC Power Supplies are one of those known components that builders just can not afford to skimp on when piecing together their next dream system. After all, it is connected to each and every device inside your computer. If it were to suffer from catastrophic failure, then its possible that more than one device in your PC could be adversely affected by its failure also. Likewise, features such as Active PFC safeguard your components from dirty power as the power supply now works even harder to deliver clean power on demand. The new Enermax EG495AX-EV is from the Noisetaker series and features fans that keep spinning even after the PC is powered down. But that's not all!
Corsair TWINX1024-3200XL v1.2 @ Viper Lair:
"The benchmarks really didn't give us any surprises as higher frequencies equals better performance. The focus of the review today was simply the overclocking, and the new TWINX1024-3200XL v1.2 brought it in spades. The new PCB was the deciding factor here as we've reached overclocks that were unattainable with Corsair's earlier XL kit."