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Exploring the impact of memory speed on Sandy Bridge performance
— 10:09 AM on February 9, 2011

K-Series Sandy Bridge CPUs have unlocked memory multipliers that make it easy to take advantage of faster memory modules. We explore performance with...

Type: Feature article Tags: CPUs Memory

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A short tour of Kingston's Hsinchu factory
— 12:59 AM on June 22, 2010

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

Type: Feature article Tags: Storage Memory

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Apple's aluminum keyboard
— 9:30 PM on October 14, 2009

Can low-profile chiclet keys, sleek industrial design, and an Apple logo make a good desktop keyboard? And can such a device pry a fan...

Type: Feature article Tags: Input devices Mac

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Windows 7: A desktop user's take
— 3:07 PM on August 26, 2009

Does Windows 7 really live up to the hype? Is it a worthwhile upgrade over Vista and XP for desktop users and enthusiasts? We took...

Type: Feature article Tags: Operating systems Windows

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Exploring the impact of memory speed on Core i7 performance
— 11:24 PM on December 1, 2008

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...

Type: Feature article Tags: CPUs Memory

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Apple's aluminum MacBook
— 10:58 PM on November 9, 2008

Last month, I succumbed to temptation and purchased a $1,299 aluminum MacBook. As a die-hard fan of Lenovo's ThinkPad line of laptops, I didn't make...

Type: Feature article Tags: Mobile computing Mac

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Windows Vista Service Pack 1: A performance check
— 8:58 PM on April 3, 2008

How does Service Pack 1 affect Windows Vista's day-to-day performance in common desktop applications and games? We've run a host of benchmarks in order to...

Type: Feature article Tags: Operating systems Windows

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Corsair's Dominator memory modules
— 12:00 AM on November 17, 2006

WE DON'T COVER MEMORY much here at TR—it's largely a commodity product; performance...

Type: Feature article Tags: Memory

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Exploring the performance impact of memory latency
— 12:03 AM on November 1, 2005

THESE DAYS, SEEMINGLY every major memory module manufacturer is producing fancy low-latency DIMMs....

Type: Feature article Tags: Memory

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OCZ's DDR Booster
— 12:01 AM on February 24, 2005

EVERY SO OFTEN, WE COME ACROSS a product that is truly... unique. Something...

Type: Feature article Tags: Memory

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Corsair's XMS Xpert memory modules
— 1:09 AM on February 11, 2005

I FIRST LEARNED THE power of glowing LEDs on memory modules back when...

Type: Feature article Tags: Memory

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OCZ's PC3000 memory
— 12:00 AM on February 25, 2002

EVER START TALKING TO a really gorgeous girl, only to have her get...

Type: Feature article Tags: Memory

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Xeenon's MPire: Sight and sound to go
— 12:10 AM on April 27, 2001

Dr. Evil's back with a review of the Xeenon MPire, a funky device...

Type: Feature article Tags: Copyright

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Remembering the Amiga's glory days
— 12:17 AM on September 8, 2000

Time to bust out some nostalgia! Eight years ago, PC's were boring beige business boxes, and many computing enthusiasts got their kicks out of funny little...

Type: Feature article Tags: Systems Miscellaneous Operating systems

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