Our first 24GB-per-DIMM kit comes with a DDR5-6000 data rate at relaxed C42 timings: Can it O/C like the original parts?
There’s no better time to build a PC than the middle of the winter, so why not treat the geek in your life to a few special components?
Boasting all of the performance and none of the extra costs of high-speed kits, can Thor conquer our charts?
Crucial’s quality and consistency is rarely questioned, but how does its dressed-up Pro modules compare to performance-focused brands?
AMD’s months-old AM5 platform launch press kit likely responsible for a variety of current component failures.
Accelerated with CAS 34 timings at an already freakish DDR5-6800 rating, will this be the first kit to trounce our year-old DDR5-6200 samples?
Just when we thought $140 for DDR5-6000 was a killer deal, Patriot makes another push.
Crucial’s DDR5-5600 comes with the most capable Micron IC’s we’ve ever tried, but how well does it compete?
Now is probably the best time to upgrade, if you can still afford the rest of the system…
Crucial’s DDR5-520 targets install-and-forget buyers with a small performance increase for a small additional cost.