Meeting the Newest Memory Modules HyperX Beast from Kingston

Kingston continues its developments in the field of PC memory, replenishing its HyperX series with Beast memory modules. Codenamed Kingston HyperX Beast, these models are able to ensure super high-speed operation to provide for unmatched possibilities for overclockers and gamers. The modules feature bright, a bit aggressive fin design and are supplied in the most voluminous capacities (from 8GB to 64GB). Kingston developers are sure that their new products will create the most appropriate environment for advanced users in search for high-efficient, high-capacity memory for their PC systems.



HyperX Beast modules are known to support Intel XMP profile which is employed for unimpeded performance optimization due to the selection of pre-installed profiles. It should be noted that new products are introduced within Predator series that involves the most up-dated memory facilities intended at demanding customers.


'Beast' memory sets operate at up to 2400 MHz nominal frequency …

Greeting a Pair of NAS Series from Seagate

Seagate has geared up a surprise for all devotees of Small Office Home Office (SOHO) network storage solutions. Delivering NAS and NAS Pro series, the company tried to comply with the customers’ needs for compact but voluminous storage for integral data with an access via the network cable. Both lineups are based on an updated NAS OS 4 that offers a more user-friendly graphics interface and improved features on setup.



Seagate NAS series comes in two versions: with two and four drive bays for the installation of 3.5-inch SATA HHDs. Both models are based on Marvell ARM chip that runs at 1.2 GHz; it is complemented with 512 MB RAM. In its turn, Seagate NAS Pro additionally involves a version with six drive bays. The model’s hardware base employs Intel Atom C2000 CPU and 2 GB RAM, which in an assemblage provide for a better efficiency.


It’s worth noting that all the models are furnished with dedicated drives up to 5 TB capacity from Seagate NAS series. They are estimated …

First SSDs from Asus to be Released Already in May

First seen at CES 2013 exhibition, Asus ROG RAIDR solid-state drives are on their final stage of development before an official release in May. Unlike the majority of contemporary SSD solutions in the market, the product from Asus features quite distinct form-factor, similar to expansion cards. The new drive is known to employ PCI Express 2.0 x2 interface with the support of x16/x8/x4 slots.



According to the preliminary data, ROG RAIDR solid-state drives will be available in two capacity variations – 120 GB and 240 GB. Both models will run under a couple of SandForce SF2281 controllers, comprised into RAID 0 array. MLC NAND flash-memory chips from Toshiba (designed under 19 nm technological process) will be the heart of revolutionary SSDs. Irrespective of the overall differentiation, ROG RAIDR will support a range of technologies traditional SSDs support, including S.M.A.R.T., TRIM and NCQ.


With the respect to the performance, both drives will be able to demonstrate …
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