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Patriot Improves SSD Line With Patriot PyroSE SATA III Solid State Drive

Patriot yesterday announced a new member of their Patriot Family in the guise of the PatriotSE SATA III SSD. The ‘SE” will be ‘SandForce Driven’ and, as its older brother thePyro, will contain the world famous SandForce SF-2281 6Gbps controller. As we know, the SF-2281 is capable of parallel read and write speeds of over 500MB/s along with IOPS above …

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G.SKILL RipjawsX F3-14900CL9Q-8GBXL Kit Review – Leading The Charge

The memory market has seen a lot of fluctuation and change in the past year. RAM timings have gotten lower, performance has gotten better, and prices have submarined to a point where consumers can easily afford to fill their entire DIMM slots. Because of these market conditions, many memory manufacturers have slowed down their production, offerings, and some have even …

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Kingston HyperX DDR-3 1866Mhz 2x4GB Notebook Memory Quick Look

Today we are going to take a quick look at Kingstons HyperX DDR-3 1866Mhz CL11 204Pin SODIMM Memory Kit and give a quick thanks to David Leong of Kingston Technology for providing the sample for our notebook upgrade. We recently purchased a Samsung Series 9 laptop and wondered how feasible a memory upgrade would be as the standard of 4GB …

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Patriot Torqx 2 128GB SATA 2.0 SSD Review

Every now and then it is refreshing to see a company that believes that rushing into the dog race of technological advance might not be as business smart as simply understanding customer needs. This is definitely the case with Patriot and their new Torqx 2 SSD that not only remains to be a SATA 2.0 drive, but also, is definitely …

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8GB G.Skill Ripjaws 2000MHz DDR3 Memory @ Benchmark Reviews

The maximum speed officially supported by an Intel Core i3/i5 CPU is 1333MHz, and most will know too well that that even lower priced Intel H55/P55 Motherboards can support a 200 BCLK. If you like to dabble in the dark art of overclocking there are a few good reasons to choose a 2000MHz (PC3-16000) RAM kit. . Firstly you have the options …

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