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Corsair Raises the Bar for Ultra High Performance DDR2 Memory   -- Shipping immediately, the new NVIDIA SLI-Ready TWIN2X2048-8500C5 and the TWIN2X2048-6400C4 set new performance standards for the enthusiasts --     Fremont, CA (May 22, 2006) - Corsair Memory, the worldwide leader in design and manufacture of high performance memory, today announced broad availability of the world's first production DDR2-1066 and DDR2-800 low latency 2GB kits. The new TWIN2X2048-8500C5 and the TWIN2X2048-6400C4 are optimized for the upcoming NVIDIA nForce 590 chipset based motherboards and feature Enhanced Performance Profiles (EPP).   "During the collaborative phase of EPP development, we... Read more...
KINGSTON ANNOUNCES AVAILABILITY OF DDR500 LOW LATENCY MEMORY MODULES Fountain Valley, CA May 14, 2006 -- Kingston Technology Company, Inc., the worldwide independent leader in memory products, announced today immediate availability of HyperX DDR500 (PC4000) low latency memory modules and kits. Kingston's latest memory offering is ideal for enthusiasts looking for high frequency and low latency DDR memory. The new modules; part number KHX4000LL/XXX, is available in 512 MB, 1 GB modules, and 1 and 2 GB kits with latency timing of 3-3-3-8-1 and voltage of 2.6V. For more information on Kingston's HyperX memory products, please contact Kingston at (800) 337-8410 or visit https://www.kingston.com/hyperx.... Read more...
OCZ Technology Announces the Premium DDR PC-3200 Titanium XTC Series Sunnyvale, CA-April 17, 2006 - OCZ Technology Group, a worldwide leader in innovative, ultra-high performance and high reliability memory, today announced the first Titanium XTC products-PC-3200 EL Titanium DDR 1GB module and 2GB Dual Channel kit. The OCZ Titanium series is the first and only line of memory dedicated to the high reliability needs of high-end systems and servers. Sophisticated discrete IC screening and qualification ensures superior performance ideal for mission critical systems, high power users, and server applications. Each Titanium XTC module is 100% hand-tested for ultimate reliability and quality assurance.... Read more...
SUPER TALENT SHIPS 1GHZ 2GB DDR2 KITS San Jose, California - March 20, 2006 -- Super Talent Technology, a leading manufacturer of DDR and DDR2 memory modules, today announced immediate availability of a 1 Gigahertz, 2 Gigabyte DDR2 memory kit. Super Talent's new T1000UX2G5 is a matched pair of 1GB PC2-8000 DDR2 modules. Super Talent's recently introduced 800MHz DDR2 kit, T800UX2GC4, is widely touted as the world's fastest 2GB DDR2 kit. Super Talent engineers have now developed an even tighter test screen to produce this extreme performance DDR2 kit. Every T1000UX2G5 kit built is fully tested in a dual channel motherboard at 1000MHz at 5-5-5-15 latencies to guarantee that it meets its spec. These... Read more...
Adrian's Rojak Pot has a review of Mushkin's new high speed, low latency DDR2 memory. The Mushkin 2G XP2-5300 Extreme Performance is able to run with timings of 3-3-3-10, using 2.3v(which is covered by warranty), and keeps cool thanks to Mushkin's unique heat spreader design. "Of course, all that overclockability is due to the increased voltage that the Mushkin XP2-5300 modules run at. Unlike regular DDR2 modules, these modules are rated to run at a minimum of 2.1V. If you want to seriously overclock it, you need to further increase the voltage to 2.3V or higher."... Read more...
Corsair Unveils the World's Fastest Production DDR2 and DDR1 Memory at CeBIT 2006 Fremont, CA (March 6, 2006) – Corsair Memory(R), the worldwide leader in design and manufacture of high performance memory, today launched the world's fastest DDR2 and DDR1 memory solutions for the Intel(R) and the AMD(R) platforms. Rated at scorching fast 1066MHz, the new TWIN2X1024-8500 from Corsair delivers the highest memory frequency currently available to Intel users. Simultaneously, the new TWINX2048-4400PRO takes the lead with its rated 550MHz speed to unleash maximum performance on the AMD platform. Live demonstrations of the world's fastest memory modules can be seen at the Corsair booth in Hall... Read more...
The day pigs fly, and hell freezes over, money might just grow on trees. Until then, we know many of you can't afford a brand new 7800GTX 512MB, or even a 7800GT for that matter. Though if you're looking for something to at least get your games up and running, you could consider Nvidia's GeForce 7300 series. Today Hardware Zone takes the Leadtek WinFast PX7300 GS TDH 256MB DDR2 for a spin, but can it get the job done? "With the new GeForce 7300 GS graphics card, the budget conscious can also enjoy the benefits of the GeForce 7 series. However, would its relatively weak GPU be sufficient to handle today's games? Read on to find out how the Leadtek... Read more...
OCZ Technology Unveils Next Generation DDR2-1000 (1GHz) Solution to be Showcased at this Year's CeBIT Sunnyvale, CA—February 21, 2006—OCZ Technology Group, a worldwide leader in innovative, ultra-high performance and high reliability memory, today announced the release of the PC2-8000 Gold XTC DDR2 Series designed to run 1GHz+ speeds to deliver optimal memory performance on the latest Intel platforms. The launch of the new OCZ Gold DDR2-1000 solution will allow all users to achieve the greatest range of memory bandwidth, consequently enabling a superior computer gaming experience and enhanced overall system performance with all applications. OCZ will showcase the PC2-8000 Gold XTC... Read more...
The crew at HardCoreWare.Net sent word that they've posted a review of a new 2GB memory kit from OCZ. The EL DDR PC3200 Gold GX XTC sticks feature OCZ's new XTC heatspreaders that prompted Corsair to distribute a whitepaper detailing the benefits (or lack thereof) of hearspreaders on RAM. "The name is certainly a mouthful - today we're looking at OCZ's latest PC3200 product. The GX (which stands for Gamer eXtreme) features lowest latency timings we've seen on a 2GB kit - 2-3-3-8. It also sports a nice new XTC heatspreader which we'll put to the test."... Read more...
Corsair Launches 667MHz DDR2 SO-DIMM Memory for the New Intel Centrino Mobile Designed for the latest generation of notebooks, Corsair brings new build and upgrade options to consumers seeking maximum performance in SO-DIMM memory Fremont, CA (February 13, 2006) – Corsair(R) Memory, Inc., a worldwide leader in high performance memory and watercooling products for enthusiasts and overclockers, today launched ValueSelect™ 667MHz DDR2 SO-DIMM memory to support the latest Intel(R) mobile technology. Available immediately in 512MB and 1GB modules, Corsair's new DDR2 SO-DIMM is ready to turbo-charge the new Centrino(R) Core™ Duo and Core Solo based notebooks. Based on carefully selected... Read more...
DigiTimes is reporting that DDR2 contract prices have soared a painful 18% since the second half of January. Amidst tight capacity, major memory vendors are free to play with pricing. Unfortunately, with Intel already in the DDR2 camp and AMD looking to join that group shortly it appears as though memory prices could be a sore spot for consumers in the coming months. Let's hope that memory module vendors take it easy on us and don't pass these price hikes over in their entirety. Hynix raised its quotes 5-10% while Samsung, which did not disclose the price increase, stated that its price hike was "significant", according to company officials... Read more...
Who wouldn't like to have 2GBs of memory in their system? If you're looking to see some high speed ram in action, check out 3dGameMan's video review of Corsair's XMS-4000PT DDR500 2GB Kit."While Corsair is a little late implementing their UCCC solution they have done a great job. I was a little disappointed in the overclocking result as I expected a little more. But remember, this memory is at a high default speed as it is. Getting the extra few MHz's out of it is a bonus..." ... Read more...
Corsair is known for making industry leading memory modules of all kinds.  They routinely break ground with market driving products that set them at the top of their industry.  The team at Pimprig has a review their XMS Pro Series PC3500LL 2GB TwinX DDR RAM which brings high performance and overclocking potential to the forefront.  Looking for a last minute holiday treat for that geek in the family?  Well, a great set of RAM wouldn't hurt.  Check out the full write-up here. "Yep, it's time once more to skip a few meals, bite the bullet, and upgrade to 2GB of RAM. However, many people are firm believers in low latency... Read more...
Continuing their investigation on mobile memory performance with linux, Phoronix is looking to see how various memory configurations effect the Pentium M's performance. Today they'll be testing DDR 2 PC2-4000 memory, ranging from 512MB to 2GB. "In our previous piece yesterday, we had covered the performance benefits of using a 16MB cache on 2.5-inch mobile devices compared to the traditional 8MB capacity and overall we were pleasantly surprised by our penguin findings. Today we are going to be looking again at mobile memory performance under Linux but rather than the form of permanent storage, we are examining various memory configurations and... Read more...
Earlier this week, Hynix Semiconductor enveiled their new GDDR4 Graphics memory modules.  Able to process data at almost two time that of GDDR3, Hynix will be pushing graphics card manufacturers to sign on, with a mass production target of Q306.  The current model can process 11.6 Gigabytes of data in one second with 14.4GB/s being the target later in 2006. "GDDR is an ultra-high speed graphics DRAM that processes moving pictures and graphic data in personal computers and game consoles. The fourth-generation graphics memory GDDR4, which improves data processing speed by close to two times than that of GDDR3, is ideal for 64-bit computer... Read more...
Tweaknews.net takes a look at the Corsair PC4000 DDR500 TWINX2048-4000PT 2Gig Dual Channel Memory Kit.  Clocked at 500MHz at 3-8-4-4 timings, these modules performed well, were very stable and are priced to sell."This two gigabyte kit from Corsair again is just a perfect example of a quality product. It is relatively inexpensive, performs well and is rock solid stable. As for the 3-8-4-4 timings, if you overclocking at all, don't even bother considering it a disadvantage." ... Read more...
OCZ has been making memory geared toward the gamer and enthusiast for a while now, and they've again come out with another good product. MKVTech brings you their opinions on OCZ's EL DDR PC-3200 Gold GX XTC 2GB Kit, which sports some unique heatspreaders and decent overclocks. "Developed with gamers in mind, the new OCZ PC-3200 1024MB Gold GX XTC Edition, provides excellent performance and stability for todays applications and gaming titles. The OCZ PC-3200 1024MB Gold GX Edition is part of the OCZ's high performance Gold Series and today we are going to take the 2048MB Dual Channel Kit for test drive. The product promises unprecendented performance... Read more...
Looking for a large memory upgrade? Corsair has been known for producing top quality products, and today the crew at Legit Reviews takes a look at a few different Corsair offerings. Which one is right for you? "Starting with the TWINX2048-3200C2 and its tight timings of 2-3-3-6 at DDR 400, then on to the TWINX2048-3500LLPRO and its 2-3-2-6 timings at DDR438, and finally onto Corsair's newest kit, the TWINX2048-4000PT that promises DDR500 at 3-4-4-8. We'll look at each kit individually, making sure to explain the benefits and drawbacks of each as well as explain what type of user and system they might fit best. Then we'll benchmark each kit at... Read more...
Around this time last month, ATI made a lot of noise with the launch of their new X1000 series of graphics cards. With much of the buzz still continuing a month later, it's little surprise that NVIDIA is feeling the need to showcase something new. With their 7800 boards covering the enthusiast market, and the new 6800 GS tackling the mainstream, NVIDIA has re-worked an existing product to specifically compete against new ATI's entry-level offering, the Radeon X1300 Pro. The card we have for you today isn't exactly new technology, it's a GeForce 6600, but some modifications have been made to boost performance. DDR2 memory, as many of you may recall, was first by NVIDIA on their GeForce FX 5800. ... Read more...
Creative Labs X-Fi @ PC Perspective | HH Perspective "If you're on the fence with the X-Fi, consider gaming as a big factor. At the moment there's no real quality improvement (see 24-bit Crystalizer and CMSS-3D) to audio or performance improvement with the X-Fi (see Game Testing). I would wait a few months to see which titles are going to support X-RAM and then decide on a purchase, otherwise your current Audigy 2 ZS will do you just fine which performs and sounds just as good as the X-Fi (minus the X-RAM)." LapCool 3 (LPC-401) @ Phoronix "Do you own a laptop? Do you have a hard time keeping it on your lap because it's too hot? Well we sometimes do. Most of our reviews here are... Read more...
Good evening folks! An interesting package just arrived in the New York HH lab that we thought many of you would like to see.  And unlike many of the other items that come our way, this one won't cost you an arm and a leg.  Check it out... XFX GeForce 6600 with 256MB or DDR2 RAM       What you're looking at here is a sub-$100 card with an 8-pipe GPU clocked at 400MHz (NVIDIA's reference spec. calls for 350MHz) and 256MB of DDR2 RAM running at 400MHz (800MHz DDR). No, it's not a GeForce 7800 killer, but for under a $100 this card is going to be an excellent option. XFX also bundles in a full copy of FarCry with this card, which makes its price point all the more attractive.... Read more...
Hey folks! Valve has released version 3 of their Steam service today. Yes, version 3. Those of you who were previously using the "-clientbeta betaui" tags with Steam already know what to expect. Along with a new interface, hopefully this version will be void of many of the problems with the previous version(quirky offline mode support, and occasional problems downloading games to name a few). The friends network still isn't working, so don't get rid of X-Fire just yet. Just restart Steam to receive the update. MobiBLU DAH-1500i: World's Smallest MP3 Player Review @ CoolTechZone.com "The same old features and audio quality are the norm these days. In fact, if you have an MP3 player... Read more...
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