ASUS Announces H170 Pro Gaming and B150 Pro Gaming D3

We often see in the pursuit of performance the whole system’s cost is miscalculated, and more often than not people etnd to skimp on the backbone of the system : the motherboards, and lose out a lot in features and performance at times. Asus seem to have to those people in mind when they announced the H170 Pro Gaming and B150 Pro Gaming D3 motherboards. While both H170 Pro Gaming and B150 Pro Gaming D3 have LGA 1151 sockets and are ready for CrossFireX multi-GPU configurations The B150 Pro Gaming D3 is…

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Avexir Raiden DDR3 Memory Kit Review

[nextpage title=”Introduction”]DDR3 memories have came a long way since its release in 2007. While the main underlying design have not changed, we have seen manufacturers experiment with different visual concepts to to make the modest memory more attractive. Today the module we have for testing is a result form one of those experiments; presenting the Avexir Raiden Series DDR3. Before we begin, lets hear what Avexir has to say about the Raiden lineup Raiden series is, a high performance DDR3 gaming memory modules, using world exclusive patented technology of plasma…

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Crucial Ballistix Sport XT DDR3-1600 8GB Memory Module Review – Micron Arrives

DDR3 is still world’s most used consumer memory platform. While it’s been almost a year with DDR4, the adoption rate is following the normal trend for any new technology. The market for DDR3 has seen many ups and downs and remains as fluctuating as ever, prices at times too volatile or too steep for normal users. In my previous DDR3 memory reviews, I have prioritized on the point that many of my co-reviewers in different websites have told and proven by data: that you don’t need ultra-fast memory, yet. The…

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Intel Core i7-6700K will replace the flagship i7-4790K as per rumors

keeping in accordance with Intels Tick-tock policy a lineup refresh rumors have started to circulate; the rumored Skylake-S(as show in the leaked slide below) will be a direct replacement of current Haswell powered CPUs. Heres what we know form the graph The Skylake-S family will have at least 5 processors. The new Intel Core i7 – 6700K will take the place of Intel’s current Flagship CPU from the Haswell series i.e Intel Core i7 – 4790K. Following this we will also be able to see Intel Core i5 – 6600K…

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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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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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Avexir unveils RAIDEN DDR3 Memory with Lightning Tubes

Avexir the company knonw to be a creator of aboslutely stunning ram kits,has came out with the Raiden lineup. Raiden series is, a high performance DDR3 gaming memory modules, using world exclusive patented technology of plasma tubes whihc adds some real cool lightning effect. These memory modules are build 16 hand picked AIST (Avexir Ic Sorting Technology) processes and 14 memory module functional, burn in, and compatibility tests for Intel chipset 7, 8, and 9 series motherboards. The lineup also uses 8 layer PCB for stability. Exclusive patented technology of…

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