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  1. Crucial Ballistix Sport VLP 16GB review

    Crucial Ballistix Sport VLP 16GB review

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    What's the VLP moniker stand for? Why Very Low Profile, of course. Now you can have that massive CPU cooler and performance RAM in the same rig.

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    Crucial Ballistix DDR3 1600MHz 4GB review

    Crucial Ballistix DDR3 1600MHz 4GB review

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    If you are looking for a stable memory kit which you can tweak slightly and monitor the thermal dynamics as you do it, then this is the kit for you, want serious overclocking potential then look to Crucial's competitor's or other modules in the Ballistix range.

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    Crucial Ballistix 2GB review

    Crucial Ballistix 2GB review

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    As it's important to compare new technology with what is already available to you out there, the final pair of memory sticks we have included for this group test isn't of the DDR3 variety, but instead is an example of what DDR2 currently has to offer

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    Crucial 2GB SD card review

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    The vast majority of the cameras that we get in to test come with piddly little storage cards that are next to useless. Really, what value is there in a 16MB card that will take perhaps ten shots before it fills up?

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    Crucial Ballistix Tracer C2-8000 review

    Crucial Ballistix Tracer C2-8000 review

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    Flashy lights may not be to everyone's taste, but we really like the high-end Tracer RAM from Crucial. Not only does it bathe the motherboard in a cool blue glow, but there are red and green LEDs on the top switch to indicate activity

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    Crucial Ballistix PC2-6400 review

    Crucial Ballistix PC2-6400 review

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    Hurrah for Crucial! Two gigabytes of good solid 800MHz memory at a price-busting £214. We like the sound of that.Still, we remember the days when system RAM was much cheaper, so performance had better be up to scratch

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    Crucial 512MB Intel iMac RAM review

    Crucial 512MB Intel iMac RAM review

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    Apple made the Intel iMac Core Duo a fairly impregnable machine. Youcan't change any of the hardware components without voiding yourwarranty; in fact you can't really access anything without a chisel andsome wayward behaviour

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