OCZ EL DDR PC-3700 Dual Channel Gold Rev. 2 Memory

OCZ EL DDR PC-3700 Dual Channel Gold Rev. 2 Memory

Introduction: It has been some time since we last looked at an unbuffered module from OCZ, but today we are looking at OCZ’s Dual Channel Gold Edition PC-3700 Revision 2 memory modules. This kit has been praised by many in the enthusiast community as being the memory kit that does tight timings at both mid …more

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Kingston HyperX PC-4300 Memory

Kingston HyperX PC-4300 Memory

Introduction: With DDR1 reaching the ends of it’s dominance memory companies are rolling out some extremely fast modules for those looking to get every last drop of bandwidth out of their Intel i848/865/875P motherboards! Kingston was a bit late to the DDR500+ memory market and when they finally released a product it was rated at …more

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Behind Closed Doors @ Corsair Memory, Inc.

Behind Closed Doors @ Corsair Memory, Inc.

Introduction: Last month I was able to get out to California and was given the opportunity to go behind closed doors at Corsair and tour their entire company. Corsair modules are assembled in Fremont, California by a work force of almost 140 employees working two full shifts. I was shown everything they had at their …more

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Corsair XMS 1GB DDR400 Registered Memory

Corsair XMS 1GB DDR400 Registered Memory

Introduction: With many more power users picking up the AMD Opteron and Athlon64 FX processors the end users are finding themselves confused with which dual memory channel registered memory brand to purchase. If you are going to spend the big bucks on one of these processors, more than likely a pair of top quality registered …more

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PC4000 HyperX Examined

PC4000 HyperX Examined

Introduction: Legit Reviews has the honor to work closely with the majority of the memory manufacturers in the world and recently learned that Kingston has begun using some Hynix IC’s on their PC4000 line. Prior to using Hynix IC’s Kingston was using Samsung Revision “C” IC’s on their PC4000 memory modules and received some negative …more

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HyperX 1GB DDR400 Registered Memory

HyperX 1GB DDR400 Registered Memory

Introduction: As many of you know, the AMD Opteron and Athlon64 FX processor both require dual memory channel registered memory. If you are going to spend the big bucks on one of these processors, more than likely a pair of registered DDR400 modules are next in line to be ordered. If you look around the …more

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OCZ EL DDR PC-4200 Dual Channel Preview

OCZ EL DDR PC-4200 Dual Channel Preview

Introduction: Today we have a look at a "Beta" product from OCZ Technologies; the dual channel kit of 4200EL DDR. OCZ Technologies has begun to ship Beta samples for us to test! This dual-channel kit contains two 256mb sticks, rated at a speed of 533MHz DDR with timings of 3-4-4-8.They are packaged that way because …more

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Mushkin 1GB PC4000 Dual Pack

Mushkin 1GB PC4000 Dual Pack

Introduction: It is hard to believe that it has been over a month since out our 6-way DDR500 roundup shocked the community with some new testing methods and crowned a winner for the best memory on the market. Since we have posted our roundup we have taken a look at Corsair’s XMS Pro 4000 and …more

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Corsair TwinX1024-4000Pro Memory Kit

Corsair TwinX1024-4000Pro Memory Kit

Introduction: A few weeks ago on September 15, 2003 Corsair released a new line of memory (XMS Pro) that was aimed directly at the heart of the enthusiast and DIY (Do-It-Yourself) crowd. The new modules have been altered, but the changes do not have an impact on performance. This is good news as all the …more

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6-Way 1GB DDR500 Round-up

6-Way 1GB DDR500 Round-up

Introduction: Have you ever taken the time to read a review on a product and later purchased it only to find out that the reviewers got hand picked “special” samples? Yeah, we know it happens, and quite often we (insiders) purchase something on our own that is very different from the samples that were sent …more

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1GB Kit Corsair XMS4000

1GB Kit Corsair XMS4000

Introduction: A few weeks ago on July 9th, 2003 both Kingston and OCZ sent out Press Releases stating that they have released DDR500 memory. This was something overclockers have been asking for since the Intel Pentium “C” processor came out many months ago along with the i865/i875 Dual Channel chipsets. Not long after, Corsair Memory …more

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1GB Kit HyperX DDR 434MHz

1GB Kit HyperX DDR 434MHz

Introduction: Introduction: Since the release of the the Intel Canterwood and Springdale motherboards Dual-Channel memory has become a mainstream item for computer users. The memory industry responded with “paired” or “matched” memory kits that offer end-users modules of memory that can run the same timings. The enthusiast community and the average end-user have found these …more

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OCZ EL DDR PC-3500 Dual Channel

OCZ EL DDR PC-3500 Dual Channel

Introduction: Today, we have some OCZ Technology 3500EL DDR to look at. OCZ is not a new company to us. All you have to do is look at a list of our reviews to see some of their stellar products. It was not to long ago that you would look for this speed of ram …more

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OCZ Gold 3700 DDR

OCZ Gold 3700 DDR

Introduction For as long as I can remember, those of us that have overclocked have always been “held back” so to say by memory. We either needed faster memory as relating to the timings, or we needed memory that would clock higher. We would hit walls that could not be passed unless you did an …more

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