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Icrontic review: Mushkin Blackline DDR3-1600

Mushkin's latest performance-class RAM kit promises high speeds and low latency. It delivers on both counts.

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Mushkin Announced DDR4 Ridgeback Heatsink Design Memory

Many manufacturers simply adapted the old radiator design and tested to their new DDR4 memory, but not so Mushkin. They created the Ridgeback heatsink new and elegant look for the memory modules Redline and Blackline.

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ChrisW3321d ago

Oooo! Purdy! And that's about it. Heatsinks aren't necessary for RAM... That is, unless you're a major OCer.

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Mushkin Now Shipping 1.8-inch Chronos Go Deluxe Solid State Drives

Maximum PC: Mushkin is now serving up its new 1.8-inch Chronos Go SATA 6Gbps solid state drives, or so the company says. The only place we could find the new drives for sale is on Ebay, as we lucked out in our search at the usual online suspects, and even at a few unusual corners. Be that as it may, the new line is supposed to be available in 120GB, 240GB, and 480GB capacities, each one built around the 1.8-inch form factor as opposed to 2.5 inches.

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Mushkin Super Sizes mSATA Storage with First 480GB Model

Maximum PC: Mushkin will start shipping what it claims is the world's first 480GB capacity mSATA solid state drive (SSD) in January 2013, the company announced this week. Unlike traditional SSDs, mSATA (Mini-SATA) drives are much smaller and sport a connector that looks similar to a PCI Express Mini Card interface that's even electrically compatible, though the data signals need to be fed to the SATA host controller.

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justinbkerr4102d ago

Nice to see this emerging as a standard.