X.Org Server 1.8.1 Gets Into Shape With RC2: The first release candidate for X.Org Server 1.8.1 was only released seven days ago, but since then a good amount of fixes have already worked their way into the X.Org 1.8 series branch for this first point release...
4GB SDHC Memory Cards: OCZ vs. Crucial: Have you been searching for a Secure Digital card that is able to accommodate all of the pictures you take on your next vacation or looking for more storage on your Internet tablet? If so, you have likely come across the latest Secure Digital High Capacity cards that overcome the earlier 2GB capacity limitation of traditional Secure Digital cards.
Crucial Ballistix DDR2-800: When it comes to system memory, Crucial Technology is a name that comes to mind for many enthusiasts. Unlike a majority of the other system memory manufacturers, Crucial employs its own DRAM chips manufactured by their parent company - Micron Technology. Not only does Crucial utilize Micron chips on its memory modules but it also brings fourth superior technical support and competitive prices.
rbmods.com: Today we are taking a look at another DDR3 kit on the market, this time it comes from Crucial. We got their PC3-10600 kit for review which is the first DDR3 kit that we look at from Crucial. We are going to benchmark it vs some well performing kits on the market to see how well this memory kit performs and also see what type of overclocking results we can expect from the kit.
aselabs.com: I've always been keen to recommend Crucial in the past when people wanted RAM with a lifetime warranty that works as expected. Not until a few years ago did Crucial start offering their Ballistix overclocking RAM. Fast forward to the new DDR3 days of today and we find a new Ballistix PC3-16000 kit that offers speeds of 2000MHz! You'll be pressed to find a board that can even handle this speed, I know I didn't have one.
pro-clockers.com: Crucial being one of the most realized and a respected name in memory reproduction has graciously offered a set of Ballistix PC3-16000 for reviewing. With 9-9-9-28 timings being rather high latency can we adjusted with a little tweaking and voltage. But hitting 2000MHz isnt something many of us have seen from other own system.
benchmarkreviews.com: For the power hungry overclocker and the bling-happy enthusiast, Benchmark Reviews brings you a review of Crucial Technology's 4GB Ballistix Tracer DDR2-800 kit (BL2KIT25664AR80A). Outfitted with red LEDs, tight timings, and EPP settings that go up to DDR2-1000, could the Ballistix Tracer be the overclocker's system memory kit of choice for the DDR2 platform?
xsreviews.co.uk: Crucial have always been one of the more popular high-end memory manufacturers, with their Crucial Ballistix kits being an overclockers favourite. However, Crucial do another kit, known as the Ballistix Tracer sporting black heatspreaders and fancy LED lighting.
aselabs.com: The introduction of the Core i7 platform has ushered in a new wave of triple channel memory kits. ASE Labs has been waiting and asking for the new Crucial Ballistix Tracer Red DDR3 kits for some time and it seems that Crucial has waited for this pivotal time to release them.
overclock3d.net: With a stock speed of DDR3-2000 Crucial have one extremely fast DDR3 kit on their hands. But will it overclock any further? We find out.