Viper brings us the fastest-rated memory we’ve tested, but will its C40 timings perform?
Trident Z5 raises the performance bar as DDR5 availability and pricing begin to normalize.
Priced between basic DDR4-4800 and RGB DDR5-5600, XPG Lancer hits the data-rate middle ground. We examine its value.
Corsair has finally caught up to consumer demand for DDR5 while offering this newish tech at optimized latency and speed. Does its RGB-enhanced DDR5-5600 cover all needs?
Data integrity can be a big issue when working with critical files, but slow ECC has typically driven High-End Desktop users to use riskier non-ECC solutions. Mushkin’s XMP-rated ECC is here to fill that void.
Is standard DDR5 fast enough to beat high-end DDR4? Bandwidth and latency are not the only factors!
Our recent review of Mushkin’s DDR4-4400 C19 showed it falling behind DDR4-3600 C16 in some apps. Is its DDR4-4000 the perfect middle?
Muskin’s P/N MRC4U440KRRP16GX2 comes with incredible CAS 19 timings at DDR4-4400. Can this much speed overcome the added controller latency of Intel’s Gear 2 mode?