In theory, the dual-channel mode improves the computer performance. But in real life, is there a better performance in games? Let’s find out!
Let’s take a look at how the dual-, triple-, and quad-channel memory architectures work and how to enable them in order to improve your computer’s performance.
Let’s take a look on this 2 GB DDR3-1600 (PC3-12800) memory module with a bunch of programmable LEDs and a thermal sensor.
Curious about the technical differences between DDR3, DDR2 and DDR memories? In this tutorial we explain them all.
Our review of Patriot PDC22G9200ELK, a 2 GB PC2-9200 memory kit rated at 1,150 MHz with 5-5-5-12 timings. Check it out.
We took some pictures of two 512 MB DDR3 memory modules from Super Talent, take a look by yourself.
We reviewed one of most high-end DDR2 memory modules available in the market today, Patriot PDC21G8500ELK, which is a 1 GB DDR2-1066/PC2-8500 memory kit, able to officially run up to 1,066 MHz at 5-5-5-16 timings. Check it out.
It is time for an update on our flash drive roundup, and this time we included four new models: Xporter XT from Patriot, ToughDrive from ATP, Flash Readout from Corsair and Roadster from OCZ. Our comparison now includes 13 different flash drives. Check it out.