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Subject: Memory | September 23, 2005 - 11:59 AM | Jeremy Hellstrom
If you play Battlefield2 or Half-Life2 regularly, the chances are good you have at least 1 Gb of DDR in your system, and are still annoyed by the occasional lag. Well, to save you from spending your own money to test the effects of another gig of RAM, Club OC did some tests on a 2GB Gold Edition kit from OCZ, see what effect it had, and the overclock they managed.
"For the past year I've always recommended 1gb of good DDR or DDR2. No more, no less.
Subject: Memory | September 22, 2005 - 11:55 AM | Jeremy Hellstrom
One of the biggest tricks to overclocking is to make sure your RAM is happy, while at the same time ensuring the tightest possible timings, and the highest FSB you can hit stably. sgOverclockers took 2 RAM DIMM's, and compared the benefits of trading a looser timing for a higher FSB, and vice versa.
"Ever since the advent of the Samsung TCCD and recently TCC5 modules which have allowed consumers to hit astronomically high FSBs at moderate timings, the question has come back into
Subject: Memory | August 11, 2005 - 02:12 AM | Ryan Shrout
This is why AMD is almost being forced to move from their current DDR memory controller to a new DDR2 memory controller perhaps before they'd like to. Memory vendors like Samsung that are responsible for a huge percentage of all available memories are moving closer and closer to majority DDR2 output.
Samsung Electronics announced today that that it is leading the industry in shifting from DDR to DDR2 memory output.
Subject: Memory | July 28, 2005 - 01:28 PM | Ryan Shrout
Here is some more competition on the super low latency memory front, this time from Mushkin. They are offering up PC3500 DDR memory at a latency of 2-2-2.
Mushkin's outstanding Redline memory modules have shown that great timings are possible with more voltage, and as we've learned over the years; voltage makes for greater stability with the down side of extra heat. With that said, cooling is of course essential for these modules.
Subject: Memory | May 27, 2005 - 09:56 AM | Chuck Smith
Corsair raises the memory frequency bar to 1GHz with the launch of XMS2-8000UL.
Corsair Memory today unveiled XMS2-8000UL as its latest addition to the high performance XMS family of products.
Subject: Memory | May 25, 2005 - 09:52 AM | Chuck Smith
Corsair unveiled today, new high speed additions to its award winning family of flash products.
CorsairÂ® Memory, Inc., a worldwide leader in high performance memory and cooling products for enthusiasts and overclockers, today is pleased to announce expansion of its popular flash memory products. Adopting the industry's popular speed designation, the new Corsair Secure Digital (SD) and type I Compact Flash (CF) media are now rated at blazing fast 60X (9 MB/sec) or 80X (12MB/sec).
Subject: Memory | May 24, 2005 - 09:48 AM | Ryan Shrout
Kingston is taking out some rare Winbond B memory modules that run at super speeds (enthusiasts know what these are) and auctioning them off. Not to get the most they can for them, but to help out a charity organization. Stop by and see if you this memory might be worth it to you!
Here is your chance to get your hands on discontinued Kingston HyperX DDR400 KHX3200 modules while helping those in need.
Subject: Memory | May 11, 2005 - 11:04 AM | Ryan Shrout
For those of you that might have questioned AMD's move to DDR2 for their next processor, you should know that current reports are showing DDR2 to account for half of all DRAM in production by the end of this year. So we should see DDR and DDR2 memory prices close to equalized or maybe even see DDR2 cheaper by Christmas time.
Samsung Electronics, Elpida and Infineon Technologies saw their DDR2 output account for over 30% of their total DRAM ou
Subject: Memory | April 26, 2005 - 03:03 PM | Ryan Shrout
Today PC Perspective is proud to announce that Corsair Memory has agreed to sponsor our first Overclocking Contest in the PC Perspective forums. You can win some great prizes including 1 GB Corsair memory kits as well as Corsair COOL water cooling setups. All you have to do to enter is overclock your memory bus and post it in the thread! All the details can be found in the contest thread here.
DDR Competition Prizes
Fremont, CA (April 8, 2005) - CorsairÂ® Memory, Inc., a worldwide leader in high performance memory and cooling products for the enthusiasts and the overclockers, today unveiled the industry's first DDR2800 MHz memory modules optimized for the latest NVIDIAÂ®
Subject: Memory | April 7, 2005 - 02:21 AM | Mark McKee
If your in the market for some overclocking memory, you might want to check out this review of the Corsair Xpert TwinXP1024-3200XL review over at OCTools.com.
"Performance wise, the Corsair TwinXP1024-3200XL XPERT modules isn't only beauty and brains. It's also muscles. The results can speak for themselves. Armed with ultra low latencies, the modules showed extreme performance and stability in all the test we have thrown at it.
Fremont, CA (April 7, 2005) - Corsair Â® Memory, Inc., a worldwide leader in high performance memory and cooling products for the enthusiasts and the overclockers, today launched the world's first DDR2 memory that delivers a guaranteed clock speed of 675 MHz at extremely low latency settings of 3-2-2-8-1T.
Subject: Memory | April 5, 2005 - 04:04 PM | Ryan Shrout
Corsair Partners with NVIDIAÂ® To Help Power Intel Pentium 4 DesktopCorsair named NVIDIA's Memory Development and Launch Partner for NVIDIA nForceT4 SLIT Intel Edition
Fremont, CA, April 5th, 2004: Corsair Memory, Inc., an industry leader in ultra-performance DDR DRAM modules for gaming and overclocking applications, is pleased to announce a partnership with NVIDIA Corporation (Nasdaq: NVDA) for the development and launch of DDR2 memory solutions to support
Subject: Memory | April 5, 2005 - 09:00 AM | Ryan Shrout
NVIDIA has started what seems to be a memory certification program for memory modules to work perfectly on their new nForce4 SLI Intel Edition chipset motherboards. You can read my review of this chipset today here.
NVIDIA BRINGS LEADING-EDGE DDR2 MEMORY TO INTEL GAMERS
New NVIDIA Memory Program Helps Vendors Promote Special Overclocked Memory DIMMs in Retail Channels for Users of NVIDIA nForceÂ®4 SLI™ IntelÂ® Edition MCPs
Subject: Memory | March 29, 2005 - 01:33 PM | Ryan Shrout
Today Corsair has posted a PDF document on their website that explains the magic of memory latencies and how they affect performance. You can find it llsted under the "RAM Guy's Topics" section on their homepage.
It takes a sequence of instructions to read the RAM. First, the ACTIVE command must be issued to the row containing the desired data. Then, READ commands can be issued to read data from the active row.
Subject: Memory | March 8, 2005 - 12:00 PM | Chris Wiles
Astak Team Research who? Never heard of them? Well neither had I, but I have now! It makes you realise that there are a lot of really good, well established manufacturers out there, besides the usual ones we all know and 'love'.
Subject: Memory | February 27, 2005 - 03:16 AM | Mark McKee
For those of you who enjoy spicing up your computers, you might want to take a look at this mod for your RAM over at A True Review.
"A relatively new SoCal company, Razotech, who specializes in high performance PC gaming cases, PC modification accessories, and much more has provided us with an interesting mod. Today, we take a look at their Ram Mod. "
Fremont, California, February 1, 2005: Corsair Memory, Inc., a global leader in ultra-performance DDR memory modules for PC gamers and enthusiasts, again raises the bar on enthusiast memory, with an intelligent memory module that monitors and displays critical performance parameters.
Subject: Memory | January 11, 2005 - 05:59 AM | Chris Wiles
|There's lots of USB flash drives on the market these days, so are Corsair just relying on the name to assure sales, or is their actually something about the Voyager that sets it apart from the competition. Well for a start it seems that the Voyager may even be washing machine proof!|