G.Skill’s PI Series is a performance oriented 6GB DDR3 triple-channel memory kit with a budget price. Sporting 7-8-7-24-2T timings at DDR3-1600 with only 1.5vdimm, this PI Series memory kit is supposed to be quite the kit. Check out how this kit scales and see how we had previously reviewed this kit’s unknown sibling.
Kingston Technology recently introduced the world’s first ultra-low voltage DDR3 dual channel memory kit that operates with just 1.25 volts at 1600MHz. The new offering is part of the new Kingston ‘LoVo’ (low voltage) HyperX DDR3 High-Performance memory product line. Read on to see how the Kingston HyperX LoVo memory kit performs and see how much power it can save!
G.Skill sets a new standard for DDR3 energy efficiency with their DDR3 ECO Series. This DDR3-1600C7 kit runs on a meager 1.35vdimm while offering performance and price similar to its competition. Check out how this low voltage kit stacks up and if low voltage memory is helpful in lowering power consumption.
The Super Talent SuperSpeed USB 3.0 RAIDDrive works in any USB port, but when used in conjunction with a USB 3.0 port it becomes a speed demon! Today we take a look at the Super Talent 64GB RAIDDrive and discover that it can reach speeds of 280MB/s read and nearly 130MB/s write on our test system! Read on to see how this drive performs as you won’t want to miss this one!
The Kingston HyperX 4GB DDR3 2400MHz Memory is a kit of two 2GB DDR3-2400MHz CL9 SDRAM memory modules that are feature the highest clocked Intel XMP settings from any manufacturer. You just pop the pair of Kingston HyperX 4GB DDR3 2400MHz memory modules in your Intel enthusiast system, enable XMP profiles and reboot. When the system comes back online you’ll be running at 2400MHz with some extreme memory bandwidth!
In the need for some more memory bandwidth? Overclocking like a madman but running out of overhead with your DDR? Patriot thinks they have the answer with their Viper II Sector 5 2000MHz kit. This kit is designed to give you some room to squeeze every ounce of performance from your system. We take a look at it to see if it does just that!
The Corsair Padlock has been reborn with version 2 and is designed differently than every other drive on the market with its on-board PIN entry system. How does this provide added protection? We break down the Corsair Padlock 2 details to help you make an informed decision on secure portable storage devices.
Whether a professional caregiver, friend or relative cares for your pet, make sure they are prepared with important information identifying your pet’s veterinarian’s contact information, allergies and medical care issues to enable them to address the unforeseen emergency. How do you do this? The Travel Stix USB Flash drive claims to contain all the forms you need for when you travel with or without your pet.
Double the fun on your portable gaming console with a 8GB SanDisk Memory Stick Micro M2 Gaming Memory Card – made for Sony PSP go system. Now you can take all your games, movies, tunes and TV shows wherever you go. Check out how the card performs as we benchmark it and give it a test drive in our PSP Go.
The Kingston DataTraveler 200 USB 2.0 Flash drive series is available in 32GB, 64MB and 128MB capacities with each size drive coming in a different color. Today, we are looking 32GB version of the DataTraveler 200, which is the smallest capacity offered in this drive series. Read on to see how this drive performs!
Corsair has industry’s first thermoelectric (TEC) cooler designed from the ground up for memory modules. Today Legit Reviews has a closer look at this ice cold memory cooler. Read on to see how this cooler works and what it means for memory cooling on some Dominator GT memory modules!
Kingston had another strong presence at IDF this year and the highlight of their booth for our audience was clearly the SSD Demo they had setup. The system contained four Kingston SSDNow! M series drives and eight Kingston SSDNow! E series drives! You’ll have to read on to see what they did with this many drives.
Kingston is no stranger to high performance memory kits. With HyperX kits available for just about any platform you can think of, it is no surprise that with the launch of Intel’s Lynnfield CPU they have released one of their fastest kit to date. Running at 2133MHz, this dual channel DDR3 memory kit is blazing fast out of the box.
It has been a long time since we have looked at an A-DATA product and today we have the XPG Xupreme 200X flash drive on the test bench that was just launched last month. Today, we are looking 32GB version of the Xupreme 200x USB 2.0 Flash drive series that has up to 30 MB/s read speeds.