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Corsair go all out in DDR3 market

Three new high-end kits

| RAM News | Posted: Aug 21, 2007 8:04 pm

Corsair are in full swing this week, letting us know of three new additions to their DDR3 memory lineup, these in the form of seperate product announcements.

 

First up is the 2GB 1800MHz DDR3 DOMINATOR module Kit which are capable of 7-7-7-20 timings using 2.0V Vdimm. Announcement here.

 

Next we have one of the first 4GB DDR3 kits around, the new 4GB 1600MHz DDR3, XMS with DHX technology kit. These (no doubt ultra ULTRA expensive) 2GB modules will plod along at 1600MHz with latencies of just 7-7-7-20. Announcement here.

 

And finally we come to a kit the same as the above, but as a somewhat more affordable 2GB kit. Announcement here.

 

All kits will be shipping out this week so shouldn't be too long before you can get your hands on 'em.

 


Corsair is pleased to announce a major edition to the Corsair lineup of DDR3
solutions, the memory technology of the future!

 

1). Corsair is launching a 2GB 1800MHz DDR3 DOMINATOR module Kit that will be the worlds most popular high performance module for ultra enthusiasts.

 

2). Corsair will also be introducing a 4GB 1600MHz DDR3, XMS with DHX Technology Kit. This 4GB DDR3 solution is the only 4GB DDR3 product in the market!

 

3). Lastly, Corsair is launching a 2GB 1600MHz DDR3, XMS with DHX technology Kit. This will become the mainstream enthusiast solution for overclocking the Intel P35 and upcoming X38 chipset.

 

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