• G.Skill F4-3200C16Q-16GTZ Review

    28/12/2015 3
    In our today's article we pay a visit to an old friend that has recently been given a new set of clothes. The subject in question is G.Skill's famous Trident series that accompanied memory enthusiasts since the DDR2 era...
     
  • Corsair CMK8GX4M2A2133C13 Review

    14/12/2015 0
    Having lately tested a number of freshly (re)invented memory products from GeIL, G.Skill and Klevv, today we return with a review of something a tad more common and traditional. Back in the hey-day of DDR3...
     
  • Patriot PX416G240C5K Review

    15/11/2015 0
    A couple of weeks ago, a Californian memory maker called Patriot have released a wide range of DDR4 models, aggressive pricing of which is supposed to give the likes of Corsair and G.Skill a run of their money...
     
  • HyperX HX428C14SBK2/16 Review

    01/11/2015 1
    Despite being the biggest memory maker in existence, Kingston are known to take their time before pushing any new products into the market. When we first heard of the Savage DDR4 series, our initial thought was that...
     
  • GeIL GWW48GB3000C14DC Review

    25/10/2015 1
    If you had an eye on the memory scene throughout the last couple of years, you might have noticed that the variety of products is not as wide as it used to be, say, a decade ago. The reason for this is rather simple: sales...
     
  • Klevv Urbane and Genuine 8GB DDR3-2400 Review

    10/10/2015 0
    With DDR3 steaming towards becoming a legacy generation of memory, there is not much action to be observed in this declining part of the market. Before we finally put this technology to rest, we are going to give it one last shot...
     
  • G.Skill F4-3200C16D-8GVK Review

    13/09/2015 4
    Ever since its release back in 2009, G.Skill's Ripjaws series has always been the yardstick, against which all other enthusiast memory kits have had to be measured. A couple of weeks ago, a fifth incarnation of this legendary product...
     
  • Crucial BLS2C8G4D240FSA Review

    06/09/2015 0
    During the 12 month period when platforms based on Intel X99 were the only feasible option with DDR4 support, we established that high-end memory kits were a useless investment as they did not yield any significant...