Kingston’s HyperX Fan was designed specifically to keep memory modules nice and cool. The dual 60mm fans optimize airflow around the modules helping memory run at peak performance for longer periods of time. We test it out on a water cooled Intel Core i7 system with 12GB of memory running at 1600MHz.
The new DataTraveler 112 from Kingston helps budget-conscious users break storage barriers, allowing them to easily store and move large files in a device no bigger than a pocketknife. With capacities of up to 32GB and a simple capless design, is this drive perfect for you?
Kingston’s family of DataTraveler USB Flash drives are among the most recognized around the world and are always being updated. Read on to check out the DataTraveler 101, a stylish cap-less swivel design USB 2.0 drive that is available in a variety of colors (cyan, pink and yellow) and in capacities of up to 16GB.
With so little internal storage on some netbooks, adding a SDHC card let’s you do even more by giving you more space to install applications and store data. SanDisk recently came out with an 8GB and 16GB Netbook SDHC Card series and we put the 16GB card to test in an ASUS Eee PC 900 netbook that originally came with an 4GB SSD.
The Blade Series Triple Channel Memory kit is the latest maximum-performance memory series designed specifically for the Intel Core i7 platform designed by OCZ. Read on to see what the new Blade heat spreader is all about and how this 6GB 2000MHz CL7 kit does against another 6GB 2000MHz CL8 kit!
The Corsair DDR3-1866 Dominator GT modules bring back the DDR3 performance we were used to but with drastically reduced voltage requirements. Read on to see how these sticks stack up against the competition and how far we are able to push them past stock speeds.
SanDisk Extreme III SDHC memory card features 30MB/sec sequential read and write speeds and has been optimized continuous shooting capability for cameras like the Nikon D90. If you are looking for ultra fast download speeds when you offload your photo and video content read on to see if this Flash card is right for you!
With digital cameras and mobile phones using Flash memory there is still a need for an easy and quick way to transfer files from the device to your PC for storage and touch-up. SanDisk introduced the ImageMate Multi-Card USB 2.0 Reader/Writer last month and today we bring your our thoughts after spending some time with the device.
In June 2008, OCZ Technology introduced the ‘Diesel’ USB 2.0 Flash drive series, which are now available in 2GB, 4GB, 8GB and 16GB capacities. The Diesel USB 2.0 Flash drive has been on the market for nearly a year now and since it has been out for so long the prices have come down. Read on to see if this value drive is worth it!
The 16GB SanDisk Mobile Ultra microSDHC was designed from the ground up to work with newer mobile phone models that support higher capacity cards. With a Class 4 speed rating this 16GB microSDHC is one of the fastest cards on the market today. If you like to store music or watch movies on your phone read on to see if this card is right for you.
Super Talent has managed to cram 16GB of storage in a mind-bogglingly small package. It used to be that drives so small suffered when it came to read and write performance, but has Super Talent managed to break this perception and provide decent performance with its Pico 16GB drive? Read on to find out what this little drive can do!
Today LR has taken the latest DDR3 HyperX Triple Channel kits from Kingston and run them through their paces. We have visited Kingston’s DDR3 Triple Channel kits before, but now we have kits with Kingston’s new HTX T1 heatspreaders for the optimal cooling. Read on to find out which kit, the 3GB or 6GB, offers the best performance, overclock, and bang for the buck!
Enthusiasts have been talking about running 12GB of memory on an Intel Core i7 platform since the day the platform came out. With many enthusiasts getting into photo editing using CS4 or other memory intensive applications we take a look at running 12GB of system memory. Read on to see how tight we can get the timings and how far they can be overclocked.
Very few desktops and even fewer laptops have eSATA ports, but for those lucky enough to have a system with one you can embrace the OCZ Throttle eSATA drive. The OCZ Throttle eSATA drive is one of the very first eSATA Flash drives available. The OCZ Throttle’s eSATA interface offers an incredible performance speeds of up to 90MB/second read and 30MB/sec write.