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To commemorate the July 4th Idependance Day holiday, in conjunction with our good friends at CyberPower, Intel, Kingston, and CoolerMaster, we're giving away yet another full, quad-core powered system! This time around, you could win a full Intel Core i7-875K-based system, complete with a GeForce GTS 250 1GB graphics card, an Intel SSD and... Read more...
Although we previously covered several hot topics from Computex, there is still a lot to talk about. A few days ago, we showed you the first dual GPU Fermi videocard from Galaxy, revealed the latest PCI Express SSD from OCZ called the Revo Drive, and exposed you to the monstrous HD 5970 Eyefinity 12 from PowerColor. In addition, we gathered... Read more...
Every year, the largest computer exhibition in Asia is held in Taipei, Taiwan over the course of five days. Computex is huge, and spans several buildings throughout the city. Only CeBIT, held in Germany, can claim to attract more visitors and businesses to their event. But it makes sense that Computex has the pull that it does, since... Read more...
Around here, all you really have to do is shout "world's first" or "world's fastest," and you'll have our attention. Particularly when talking about SSDs, HDDs, GPUs, CPUs and memory. Kingston Technology is talking about RAM today, and they've got yet another world's quickest with the planet's fastest triple-channel... Read more...
Kingston is known in the DIY PC builder sector as being a top-tier memory provider. They don't sell the cheapest RAM on the market, but with this kind of stuff, you generally get what you pay for. In order to bring Kingston quality to the entry-level market, the company is today revealing their HyperX 'blu' memory, which have an all-new look,... Read more...
Kingston Technology Creates World’s Fastest Memory — Intel Certifies HyperX Clocked at 2400MHz Fountain Valley, CA -- March 15, 2010 -- Kingston Technology Company, Inc., the independent world leader in memory products, today announced it has developed the fastest Intel-certified memory in the world. Running at 2400MHz, Kingston’s HyperX®... Read more...
These "world's fastest" claims seem to be flying in at a record pace these days, but even though companies are holding their crowns for shorter periods of time, that's not stopping Kingston from bragging while they can. Today, the company is introducing the world's first, fastest low-voltage and ultra low-voltage... Read more...
Kingston's SSDNow V Series has been very successful for the company, and it was widely praised by reviewers when it originally launched. You know what companies do when they strike gold? They try to strike it once again. The storage mainstay is today launching their second-generation SSDNow V Series of solid state... Read more...
Security often gets overlooked when we're talking about USB flash drives, but it's not to be taken lightly for those who carry around delicate files. Kingston has just introduced a new DataTraveler drive that's supposedly "ultra-secure," which means that it's "certified for government-approved secure data protection."... Read more...
Slip-ups and the like happen, but they're never fun to deal with. Thankfully, Kingston is helping those affected by their latest goof get over the bitter taste by giving them a new, bug-free replacement. In a world full of lackluster customer service, this is a welcome change to the norm. Evidently, a number of... Read more...
Kingston's original 40GB SSDNow drive has been a real hit for the storage company; or, at least that's the impression that we're getting now. In order to reach out to even more potential consumers who would love to swap out at least their boot drive to a solid state drive, the company has just announced the SSDNow V Series 30GB Boot Drive.... Read more...
When dealing with solid state drives, we hear the words "durable" and "reliable" with an insane amount of frequency. Naturally, those two words are two of the biggest selling points when it comes to convincing someone that an SSD is what they should purchase over an HDD, and while we all that speed is the real reason... Read more...
Kingston is helping companies secure mobile data with its new DataTraveler Locker+ USB Flash drive. This new flash drive encrypts 100% of the contents using 256-bit hardware-based AES encryption. Access to the drive's contents requires a complex password. Brute force attacks against the drive are reduced since the drive locks down and reformats... Read more...
Kingston is now shipping 12GB HyperX 1600MHz memory kits for Core i7. With this latest addition, Kingston is filling out its family of HyperX offerings for the X58 platform. Since the kits come as six 2GB modules, there is limited motherboard support right now, but if you're looking for some high performance memory... Read more...
Thanks to a new partnership between Kingston and Paramount Digital Entertainment (PDE), a division of Paramount Pictures, you'll have another option for purchasing your favorite movies: flash memory. Instead of buying a traditional DVD or Blu-ray Disc, the two companies are hoping you'll like their new offer to purchase movies on Kingston... Read more...
We just got our hands on a new product Kingston is announcing today, targeted at PC owners in the market for a relatively inexpensive SSD upgrade to boost system performance.Kingston is marketing the new 40GB Desktop Upgrade Kit as a performance upgrade for existing system owners hindered by the performance of their spinning hard drives. Instead... Read more...
HDTVs just keep growing larger and larger. So do prices on data plan rates. But we can think of a few things that just keep shrinking: CPUs, GPUs and USB card readers. Frankly, it's amazing just how small some USB flash drives and card readers are these days. Some of 'em just seem too small for your own good, and some of 'em seem more likely... Read more...
When it comes to Kingston, you can bank on it being about one of two things: new memory or new flash drives. Today, we're taking a peek at the latter, with Kingston Technology taking the opportunity to increase read and write speeds on its DataTraveler 410 USB flash drive.Shipping in capacities up to 32GB, the drive... Read more...
Kingston has released super-fast 2133MHz HyperX memory to support Intel's new LGA1156 Core i5 and Core i7 systems. For users of all levels who want to take advantage of the Core i5 platform, Kingston is offering a family of XMP-ready HyperX products in different frequencies ranging from 1333MHz to 2133MHz. For users who want to take advantage... Read more...
As details of upcoming Lynnfield processors and P55 chipset-based motherboards hit the scene, there is a growing buzz within the industry about the effects of bringing Nehalem down into the mainstream market segments. While X58 and Core i7 performance dominates, complete system pricing has kept some average consumers looking to upgrade wistfully... Read more...
As details of upcoming Lynnfield processors and P55 chipset-based motherboards hit the scene, there is a growing buzz within the industry about the effects of bringing Nehalem down into the mainstream market segments. While X58 and Core i7 performance dominates, complete system pricing has kept some average consumers looking to upgrade... Read more...
Just a few months after Kingston Technology came forward with its SSDNow V 'Value' series of solid state drives, the outfit is now issuing a slight upgrade with the SSDNow V+. Promising higher capacity, higher IOPS and faster read/write speeds, the new 2.5" V+ SSD lineup takes things as high as 256GB and is aimed at... Read more...
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