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A short tour of Kingston's Hsinchu factory
During our stay in Taiwan earlier this month, we hopped on a bus to Kingston's Hsinchu factory, where memory modules and SD flash cards
Exploring the impact of memory speed on Core i7 performance
The Core i7's triple-channel DDR3 memory controller offers mind-boggling peak theoretical bandwidth, but does the CPU need fancy DIMMs to excel? Join us as...
Corsair's Dominator memory modules
WE DON'T COVER MEMORY much here at TR—it's largely a commodity product; performance...
Exploring the performance impact of memory latency
THESE DAYS, SEEMINGLY every major memory module manufacturer is producing fancy low-latency DIMMs....
OCZ's DDR Booster
EVERY SO OFTEN, WE COME ACROSS a product that is truly... unique. Something...
Corsair's XMS Xpert memory modules
I FIRST LEARNED THE power of glowing LEDs on memory modules back when...
OCZ's PC3000 memory
EVER START TALKING TO a really gorgeous girl, only to have her get...
|Biostar TB250-BTC Pro motherboard hands miners a shovel||3|
|Intel SSD 545s arrives with 64-layer 3D TLC flash aboard||4|
|Radeon Vega Frontier Edition launches today for $999 and up||13|
|Aorus X299 mobos arrive at stores with an Xperience Pack in tow||1|
|Asus and Sapphire offer digital pickaxes to crypto-miners||27|
|Rumor: Six-core Coffee Lake CPU pops up in Geekbench||39|
|Nokia 6 comes to the US with a taste of vanilla Android||18|
|SNES Classic will fix your nostalgia blues this September||34|
|Corsair reveals its prize haul for the TR BBQ XIV||7|
|That's nothing compared to the ongoing espionage campaign that has been leaking the entire Linux kernel source code on a daily basis for literally DEC...||+54|