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Super Talent bursts back onto the performance DRAM scene with a pair of 8GB DDR4-3733 DIMMs at CAS 17 timings. Let's see if that returns the company to its former enthusiast glory.
The Super Talent UltraDrive MX3 is a highly durable solid state drive that includes a SATA III interface and is available in capacities ranging from 64 GB to 512 GB.
We've abided by Intel's 1.55 V recommendation for two architectures and two die shrinks, yet most performance memory manufacturers ignore it. Recent problems with one of our builds raised the question, how far can we push RAM without killing CPUs?
Low-cost, low-power, small form factor PCs are popular right now. With Intel’s Ivy Bridge architecture available in the low-end Pentium family, you can now build a living room gaming PC with discrete graphics to beat any modern console for just over $500.
Super Talent has begun offering reduced voltage DDR3 memory modules for iMac and Macbook Pro systems.
Rumor has it that fast DDR3 memory kits help uncork the performance of AMD's Bulldozer architecture. We grab four of the latest kits sporting data rates as high as 2800 MT/s with the goal of finding out. One contender rises to the top in this round-up.
During CeBIT 2012, Super Talent revealed its RAIDDrive UpSteam PCIe SSD, which is set to hit the market in April.
Welcome to Part 2 of Tom's Hardware's 2011 Holiday Gift Guide. This second installment is geared toward the folks who want to buy components that stand alone as respectable gifts--call them the add-ons to go with the complete machines we built last week.
The best ultra-portable USB 3.0 storage products from 16 to 128 GB square off in a grand comparison. We found wildly disparate transfer rates ranging from 200 MB/s down to a snail’s pace. At the end, though, two products rose to the top of our list.