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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!|
Subject: Memory | January 8, 2005 - 04:42 PM | Mark McKee
It looks like Mushkin has come up with some great ddr2 memory. Check out a review of the Mushkin 1GB PC2-5300 (667) DDR2 Dual Pack at OCTools.
"We were able to take Mushkin's PC2-5300 up to 706MHz DDR2 at CAS 4-4-4-11 and up to 760MHz DDR2 at CAS 5-5-5-12 with the memory voltage set at 2.0v".
Subject: Memory | December 21, 2004 - 04:15 AM | Mark McKee
Auphan Online has put up a review of the OCZ DDR Booster. All of you overclockers out there might want to check out the review here.
"Us overclockers have had many great tools added to our arsenal in the last couple years. We've had great CPU's like the Athlon XP-M, the P4 2.4c and most recently the Athlon 64 Winchesters. It has never been a problem getting volts to the CPU. RAM however, has been a different story. Short of volt mods, we had to settle for what our motherboards gave us...
Subject: Memory | December 20, 2004 - 08:56 PM | Chris Wiles
|How fast?! Mushkin Enhanced Memory is definitely one of THE choices for the discerning computer fanatic, as well as being a really good choice if you're looking to build your first PC, or even just upgrading.|
Subject: Memory | December 18, 2004 - 04:16 PM | Chris Wiles
During the last year PQI have begun to make a name for themselves as a manufacturer of high quality memory. They may not be at the top of the tree yet, but they have certainly begun to make a name for themselves within the overclocking community.
Fremont, CA, December 8, 2004: Corsair Memory, Inc., a global leader in ultra-performance DDR memory modules for PC gamers and enthusiasts, today announced the company's entry into the flash media market with new families of USB 2.0 flash drives and Secure Digital (SD) cards.
Fremont, CA, November 23, 2004: Corsair Memory, Inc., a global leader in ultra-performance DDR memory modules for PC gamers and enthusiasts, today announced System Select, a new memory product line specifically designed to meet the needs of consumers and IT professionals in the upgrading of their desktops, laptops, and servers.
Subject: Memory | November 23, 2004 - 09:39 PM | Chris Wiles
|Kingston are well known to most people, with more than a passing interest in computers, as one of the leading players when it comes to the supply of quality PC memory. But what you may not know is that they also manufacture a diverse range of portable media, from Smart Cards to USB Flash Drives.|
Subject: Memory | November 23, 2004 - 06:20 AM | Chris Wiles
|Back in July Ryan announced the launch of Crucials Ballistix High-Performance Memory. Back then if you wanted to get your hands on one of the 512MB PC2-5300 (DDR2-667), CL4-4-4-10 modules, it would have cost you a hefty US$238.99.|
Subject: Memory | November 8, 2004 - 07:55 PM | Chris Wiles
Super Talent are an American company based in San Jose, who produce competitively priced high speed memory solutions. They produce a range of DDR modules for workstations, notebooks and servers, all of which come with a lifetime warranty.
Subject: Memory | August 9, 2004 - 08:42 PM | Ryan Shrout
If you bought Doom 3 and found you might need a boost in your system memory, you really can't pass up this deal. Corsair offers some of the best memory around and getting $20 back just because you bought Doom 3 is quite the nice touch. :)
Fremont, CA, August 9, 2004: Corsair Memory, Inc., a global leader in ultra-performance DDR memory modules for PC gamers and enthusiasts, today announced a $20 rebate on selected memory modules when purchased with the DO
Subject: Memory | August 9, 2004 - 08:41 PM | Ryan Shrout
Corsair announced their 1 GB modules today with support for Cas 2 latencies.
remont, CA, August 9, 2004: Corsair Memory, Inc., a global leader in ultra-performance DDR memory modules for PC gamers and enthusiasts, today announced new XMS 3200 speed 1 GByte modules supporting CAS-2 latencies. Following the success of the company's 1 GByte PC3200 CAS-3 modules, these new products offer the same speed and density but support lower latencies and improved performance.
Subject: Memory | August 8, 2004 - 11:12 AM | Chris Wiles
As a response to the increased competition in the high-end memory market, Buffalo Technology have introduced their new Firestix memory modules. Clothed in bright-red heatspreaders, the Firestix come in both PC3500 & PC4000 flavours.
Subject: Memory | July 30, 2004 - 05:26 PM | Chris Wiles
|Hot on the heels of the announced collaboration with IntelÂ®, we can now bring bring you an in-depth review of Corsair's latest offering, utilising the new Samsung Low Latency chips. The PC3200XL Pro may put that little extra bit of sparkle into your PC, but what is the purpose behind those pretty glittering lights?|