The Kingston HyperX Savage range is a direct replacement for the outdated "Genesis" range and has latency timings of CL11 but with these being comparable to the HyperX Fury, how do they compare in performance and price?
Today I am looking at another kit from G.SKILL. How does it perform?
The latest addition to the Ballistix memory range from Crucial comes in the shape of the Ballistix Sport LT which is of course part of their new DDR4 line up; worth your hard earned money? Read on to find out...
I was planning on having a break over Christmas and doing no Play3r work whatsoever… until I was asked “wanna take a look at a top secret new product, before any news of it has been broken to the public?”
On our test bench today we have the 2133Mhz and 2400Mhz kits of DDR3 RAM from the Radeon R9 Gamer Series. Lets take a look at how it stacks up against the competitors.
On the test bench today is a subtle, yet stylish kit of DDR4; namely the HyperX Savage which sports 16GB (2x8GB) in dual channel mode, with speeds of 2800MHz and CAS timings of 14-16-16...
A new revision of the HyperX Fury memory kit has arrived in the way of a DDR4 kit; the HyperX Fury DDR4 2400MHz CL15 memory kit. Is it any good though?
Today, I am going to be taking a look at the HyperX Beast 2133MHz kit. With this kit aimed at high performance, lets see how it does.
Looking for a unique red and black themed memory kit? Well, the Avexir Blitz 1.1 Original 2133MHz CL9 DDR3 memory kit might just be up your street!
While we haven't seen many memory kits of late, today we are taking a quick look at the new value-focused TeamGroup T-Force T1 Gaming DDR4-2666 16GB memory kit. The T-Force T1 Gaming DDR4-2666 kit has quite slack latencies of 18-18-18-43 and operates at the low voltage of 1.2V. Is it worthy of a buy for those looking to build a good value, but well-performing gaming rig? Let's find out...