Today, we take a look a 2GB kit of PC2-6400 Low Latency memory, which is one of the most recent additions in Kingston’s HyperX series. Kingston’s KHX6400D2LLK2/2G kit consists of two low-latency DDR2 800MHz modules that operate at 4-4-4-12 memory timings. Read on to see how this kit performs our on Intel test platform.
Now that AMD’s AM2 processors have been unleased into the wild, AMD users now have to make the transition over to DDR2 memory as DDR1 modules will no longer do the job needed. Today we take a look at 667MHz versus 800MHz modules, different memory timings, and a 2GB kit versus a 4GB kit of low latency memory. We managed to increase DOOM 3 performance by nearly 19 percent as a result.
The Super Talent T800UX2GC4 memory kit is a 2GB memory kit that is rated to operate at 800MHz with 4-4-3-8 timings. With upcoming AMD chipsets like the nForce 590 SLI supporting 800MHz DDR2 memory now is the time to start taking a look at various DDR2 brands! Read on as we introduce Super Talent for the first time and look at their memory.
Enhanced Performance Profiles, or EPP, allows consumers to easily expose new, advanced performance memory settings built into high performance memory DIMMs for even higher levels of overall PC system performance. If you are using DDR2 memory or plan to on AMD’s upcoming AM2 platform then read on!
Legit Reviews takes the Kingston DataTraveler Elite-Privacy Edition (DTE Privacy Edition) out for a test drive in our most recent article. The DTE Privacy Edition is the worlds first USB Flash drive that secures 100% of data on-the-fly via 128-bit hardware-based AES encryption, ensuring fail-safe security best practices without IT intervention.
The OCZ USB 2.0 Rally Flash Drive is all about speed and today Legit Reviews takes a look at the flash drive and how it works after six months of daily abuse. Even if we abused it a little too much at least we had the piece of mind since the Rally comes backed with a lifetime warranty! Read on and take a peak at the OCZ Rally Flash Drive!
With more phones moving over to the microSD Flash memory slot to reduce mobile phone weight and size it is quickly becoming one of the most popular form factors on the market. Today we take a look at the Kingston 512-MB microSD card, which allows you to store more music, movies, video clips, pictures, ring tones and more.
Flash drives have come a long way in the last four years! Today Legit Reviews takes a look at Kinston’s 1GB U3 DataTraveler Flash Drive. U3 flash drives allow you to install your favorite programs to the flash drive. So, anywhere you go, you will have your programs and data on one, small flash drive! Read on to find out the full set of features and performance this device has to offer.
Enhance your mobile life with Kingston’s 256MB microSD removable memory card. This versatile card expands the memory capacity of feature-rich mobile phones. Store more of your own collections of music, movies, video clips, pictures, ring tones and more. Read on as we cover the card and benchmark it against the SanDisk 256MB microSD card.
The Kingston TravelLite SD/MMC Reader is designed for today’s popular SD and MMC Flash memory cards and provides quick and easy transfer of data. With a thin profile and respectable read/write speeds the TravelLite might be the SD/MMC flash memory reader you need to take with you on the road.
There?s been lots of discussion recently about what type of heat spreader is best for overclocking, or if no heat spreader is best of all. Corsair decided to run some tests to see what the results would be. Today we post up their thoughts along with ours and a couple memory companies. Read on to see how heat spreaders impact performance.
With this months release of the Mushkin Xtreme Performance XP2-5300 3-3-3-10 DDR2 modules we are seeing that tight timings and high densities can work very well together. We test Mushkin’s XP2-5300 modules versus 1GB and 2GB modules with the same speed and latency to show if these modules can hang with the Micron Rev A IC’s.
With the high demand of games and graphic intensive programs, the need for more ram in daily use rigs is becoming more apparant. It is also becoming more affordable to run 2GB of ram, as todays 2GB kits cost roughly the same as a 1GB kit a little over a year ago. Combine great prices with great performance, and you have a situation that should appeal to the masses. But do we really need 2GB of ram in our rigs? That is what we intend to find out today.
Today we take a look at Kingstons new USB 2.0 Hi-speed 15-in-1 Reader that support 15 popular types of Flash memory cards. If you are looking for a sub-$20 holiday stocking stuffer this might be a perfect gift to go along with all those flash memory devices you just bought!