Benchmark Reviews: 12GB Crucial DDR3 Memory Kit Review

It's always better to have and not need, than to need and not have. This Golden Rule applies to computer system memory as much as the other aspects in life, and having more RAM than your PC needs can only help matters. Multimedia editors require large amounts of memory to keep their encoding tasks moving at top-speed, otherwise the PC's much slower storage drive is called into play. Crucial offers the power-user a guaranteed boost to system performance, with their triple-channel 12GB DDR3 memory kit. The Crucial CT3KIT51264BA1339 UDIMM kit consists of three 4GB DDR3 modules rated for 1333MHz CL9-9-9-25-1 each. In this article, Benchmark Reviews tests the high-density RAM kit against memory big and small, fast and slow.

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MIT students invent solar-powered air conditioner

MIT News: In some isolated clinics in parts of Africa, the electricity needed to power lights and medical devices is generated by expensive imported diesel fuel; the water supply can be so cold in winter that health workers can’t even wash their hands properly.

SilentNegotiator4267d ago

That's a sweet idea; AC is expensive.

Any solar-powered utility is a great idea, so long as it works well. I'd love to get solar-units for just lights or something...save some cash.

kingPoS4267d ago

Tech born out of necessity. Nothing wrong with that! That is until some patent troll comes along and declares that you have to pay a fee.

mcgrottys4267d ago

If I ever get the money I'm definetly going to try and make my house be able to last off the grid eventually, and it seems like that might be even more likely due to the advancements in technology like this.