ADATA has come up with an SSD that also includes a USB 3 port! Nifty!
G.Skill's 1,600MHz kit for Core i7 CPUs runs at a tidy 8-8-8-21 and includes a smart, G.Skill design on some dark blue heatspreaders. How does it compare to the more elaborate Corsair DHX+? Read on to find out.
4GB kits are swiftly becoming the choice of gamers and enthusiasts - and since prices have dropped considerably for DDR2, it makes upgrading all that much sweeter. We look at Crucial's new Ballistix Tracer modules, which are now available all in red.
Intel has announced new research leading to a doubling in the capacity of phase change memory, a technology many think will replace both flash and DRAM technologies.
Gigabyte has exclusively shown bit-tech roadmaps of its upcoming products - the most notable of which is its new Dynamic Energy Saver software which will be rolled out in Jan.
Ryan Leng and bit-tech investigate memory technology to give you a detailed, but easy to digest read, into one of the most fundamental parts of a PC.
Corsair and Super Talent provide us with some super fast DDR3 running at a blistering 1,800MHz and 1,866MHz respectively. What can the ultimate memory give to your system? We find out.
Draft-n Wireless, Embedded Linux, Dual Gigabit Ethernet, Silent heatpipes, Dual PCI-Express Gen-2 x16 lanes, six SATA and just 5 seconds from turning on to getting on the net. Has Asus created the ultimate motherboard for us?
DDR3 is the new memory that you will need to take full advantage of upcoming chipsets featuring technologies like XMP and EPP. We grab some modules from Kingston and OCZ to see which is better if you feel the need to upgrade.
OCZ has introduced the world's first memory modules to support Intel's Extreme Memory Profile (XMP) technology.
Intel is to launch two new technologies with X38: Extreme Memory and Extreme Tuning Utility. Good news: P35s might get it. Bad news: DDR3 only.