Zion Blaze DDR4 PC Hardware PC Hardware Reviews 

TechARX Tech Report : Zion Blaze DDR4 Ram

Hello and welcome to another episode of Techarx Tech Report. On this episode, we are looking at a piece of hardware which is kind of unique in some aspects, today we are looking at a piece of computer hardware that is made here in India itself which makes me a little proud. With the release of Zion Blaze DDR4 lineup, Zion is aggressively stepping up its game to get into the gaming memory arena. However, let’s keep that aside and dive into the review; shall we? Product Showcase and Packaging…

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Gaming Gaming News 

Clan Wars : War for Pride (Season #5) is announced

Like every year Cyber Gaming Entertainment or CGE will be holding their quarterly event on 2016 as well. But this time they will be heading forward with one game at a time . In Q1 they will be holding a Counter Strike : Global Offensive tournament between February and March 2016. There are 6 rounds of qualifiers- 2 Online and 4 Offline. The offline qualifiers are coming to Mumbai on 21 February, Kolkata on 24 February,Delhi on 28 February and to Bangalore on 11 & 12 March. The two online…

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PC Hardware PC Hardware Reviews Reviews 

TechARX Tech Report: Zion Xtreme Series Memory Review

Today, we have an interesting piece of hardware with us for review: Zion Xtreme Series memory module. Zion is an Indian brand of memory who usually caters to the OEM market with close association to PC manufacturers such as HCL, HP etc. Starting from 2015, they have decided to enter into the “gaming” market with their Xtreme series of memory. The module we have received for review is quite interesting in one way or another so let’s see what Zion has in store for us. But first, let us take…

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PC Hardware PC Hardware News 

Zion announces Xtreme Series of DDR3 Memory

Abacus Peripherals announced today its new ZION XTREME SERIES – DDR3 Overclocking Memory Module, designed for gamers and overclockers. Equipped with sheild-like heatspreader, the XTreme Series  has been designed to withstand extreme temperatures while gaming. Coming with multiple configuration from single stick to multistick kits and different speeds like 1600MHz to 2133Mhz Zion aims to provide good alternatives to an already overflowing market of memories.  

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