Most of the elite SDHC memory cards we've reviewed are “Class 6” rated, a label that promises high performance. However, we found significant performance differences among them.
Recent price drops have made 4 GB DDR2 dual-channel kits affordable for even the most cost-conscious buyers. We pushed nine models to their limits to determine best value for a broad range of users.
Seven of the highest-profile memory vendors sent in their latest 2 x 2GB DDR2-1066 kits, which we poked, prodded, and of course, overclocked. We have two Recommended Buy awards for you this time!
It’s been proven that more RAM avoids bottlenecks and accelerates multitasking performance. What you may not know, however, is that it can increase the battery life of mobile computers.
Chaintech, Corsair, Crucial, Kingston and Supertalent battle at the DDR3-1600 and DDR3-1800 summits. Which premium memory product comes out on top?
We are preparing to do a series of articles called "The Best Memory for the Money." Today, we detail the technical criteria used to determine the best memory available each month.
DDR3 will reach higher clock speeds than DDR2, but it doesn't yet outperform high-end DDR2 modules. We look at some of the best high-grade DDR2 RAM available.
High memory prices have traditionally plagued budget overclockers, but the release of "industry standard" PC2-6400 is bringing some relief. How do the latest modules fare?
What's better than fast memory? Right, even faster memory! Corsair's latest toys run 1,250 MHz to satisfy the performance hunger of the most demanding enthusiasts - if you can fork out the $600.
Corsair has applied its DHX heat sink technology to PC2-8888 1 GB modules, promising greater performance and reliability for the enthusiast. We put it to the test and see if their claims hold true.
We gradually push memory modules to their limits, live and on two systems simultaneously. Review samples are pit against memory that we purchased.
We tested DDR2 modules from 16 vendors and gauged latency, overclocking capabilities and other features. Bottom line: tread carefully because there are big differences in performance.
How much RAM do you really need? Is 512 MB enough? What about 1 GB? Our gaming and other application tests show that 2 GB of RAM is often not overkill.
In a bid to gain supremacy in memory for the Athlon 64, the GeIL ONE Series DIMMs offer CAS latency of 1.5 clocks or DDR600 speed. We tested to check the merits of their strategy.
Does DDR2-800 deliver the hoped-for performance boost for Intel PCs? With DIMMs from Adata and Corsair in hand, we experimented with slower clocks but very short timings.