I'm after a 32GB kit of RAM, which brand should I choose?
Kingston expands the HyperX series even further with a 10th year Limited Edition kit.
Last month we reviewed Patriot's low voltage SODIMM 'Memory for Ultrabook' RAM and found it increased notebook battery life over standard 1.5v SODIMM memory. We're back now to answer the question we left...
ADATA is back in our labs and today we check out its XPG Gaming Series V2.0 PC3-19200 16GB dual channel RAM kit to see how it performs.
I want to get some G.Skill RAM for my Gigabyte GA-EP45T-UD3LR motherboard, but will it be compatible
Kingston expands the HyperX series with the new Beast kit. We see what it's all about in this review as we overclock it and see what it can do.
The big push in 2013 for mobile performance will be fought in battery life. Like every other market, if you want to get the best available you have to go to the aftermarket for premium components. The...
I want to install 32GB of RAM into my Z77-based motherboard, should I get two 16GB kits of RAM?
Does RAM have any affect on gaming performance?
We had a look at the GeIL EVO VELOCE the other day and today we're checking out the new EVO Leggera RAM kit.
It's been a while since we've seen anything from GeIL, but today we check its new EVO VELOCE PC3-17000 RAM kit
It's big, it's fast and it's expensive. We check out the 16GB 2800MHz DDR Dominator Platinum kit from Corsair.
We check out the new competitively priced Viper 3 RAM kit from Patriot and see what it can do.
We check out another TridentX kit from G.Skill and see what it's capable of doing.
We look at the new Predator series from Kingston and see what it's capable of doing in its new skin.
We look at our fastest out of the box memory kit yet, the 2800MHz DDR HyperX kit from Kingston.
Want to get in on the Corsair Dominator Platinum series, but save some money? Maybe this PC3-17066 RAM kit is what you need.
The ADATA kit we're looking at today might not look like much, but you might find yourself surprised with our results. Don't judge a book by its cover.
Corsair has mixed it up with the latest Dominator series of RAM. We check out the PC3-21300 Platinum kit.
Not the easiest model name in the world to say, but we check out the Patriot Viper 3 Intel Extreme Masters Memory Limited Edition PC3-15000 16GB kit and see how it performs.
What is better for a Z77-based setup, 4 x 4GB sticks or 2 x 8GB sticks of RAM?
Is the DDR400 memory in my two HP-branded PCs compatible, can I swap them around?
While not a name you expect to hear in the RAM arena, we look at a kit of memory from the folks over at VisionTek.
We were exclusively invited to the GeIL Taipei factory to get an up close and personal tour of its facility for testing and producing its memory modules.
Patriot offers a new kit of RAM for the Intel Z77 platform. We see how the Viper Xtreme series is looking these days.
G.Skill ups the ante with another dual-channel TridentX RAM kit. This one carries a massive stock speed of 2666MHz DDR.
We check out a high-speed 32GB kit from G.Skill that could be perfect for X79 users looking for a large amount of fast RAM.
G.Skill offers an Ivy Bridge 2400MHz DDR kit that carries a price tag of under $100. The price is great, but is it any good?
G.Skill let us take a look at its upcoming 2666MHz DDR3 memory kit in our new Ivy Bridge platform.
We check out the new Dual Channel ARES series from G.Skill and see what it's all about.
We check out a really well priced RipjawsZ memory kit from G.Skill. Let's see just how it goes in our X79 testbed.
We check out the well-priced Vengeance LP Quad Channel kit from Corsair and see if it's one you should be looking at.
Talk about a company we haven't seen in a while. We check out the new Mushkin Redline Quad Channel kit for X79.
We check out a 16GB Kingston HyperX kit of RAM that comes in at an awesome price point. Let's see if it's worth picking up.
G.Skill show off a 2400MHz DDR 16GB kit. We see what it's all about and if it's got some headroom to go even further.
Want to grab a 16GB Quad Channel kit that's not going to break the bank while still performing well? - Let's look at this PC3-14900 RipjawsZ kit!
It's been a long time since we've seen anything from GeIL, but let's check out the latest Quad Channel kit from them today to see if they still have the knack for producing quality modules.
Patriot get in on the quad channel party with the new Division 4 Viper Extreme 16GB Kit. Let's check it out on our X79 testbed!
Don't need the insane speeds of the Dominator GTX series? Well then, maybe this PC3-15000 Vengeance it is just what you're after!
We start checking out Quad Channel RAM like it's going out of fashion. Let's see what the latest RipjawsZ from G.Skill offer us.
We look into the Quad Channel and Dual Channel performance of the new X79 platform and compare it to the well established Z68 one.
Corsair come out hard and fast with a Quad Channel kit under the Dominator GTX name. Let's check out the new GTX8 kit.
I can't even remember the last time I saw an Apacer RAM kit. That doesn't matter, though, cause we've got the ARES PC3-17066 kit on hand now.
Alongside the new Ballistix Elite series, Crucial has also shown off the new Ballistix Tactical. We check out this 8GB kit today.
Crucial expand the Ballistix line with the Ballistix Elite series. We show you what they're all about today.
Because you can never have too much memory, Patriot releases a 32GB kit for the P67 / Z68 platform under the G2 Series.
We saw that Corsair expanded the Vengeance line-up at Computex. Today we check out the new Low Profile version.
VisionTek join the memory club. We find out if they should've stuck to video cards or if this was the right move.
Patriot expand the Viper Xtreme line with a new 2133MHz DDR kit. We check it out to see how it looks and goes!
Corsair releases a new kit into the Dominator GT line carrying with it a default voltage of just 1.5v. Let's check it out.