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Corsair releases super fast 2533MHz Dominator GTX modules

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Corsair has pushed memory boundaries yet again with today's release of some new super fast DDR3 memory modules under its top-end Dominator GTX line-up.

 

The new Dominator GTX4 series brings with it modules that are guarenteed to handle speeds of up to 2533MHz. Each RAM chip used for these modules is individually screened and graded for performance. The top performing chips are kept aside for these modules whilst the remainder return to normal manufacturing lines.

 

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These modules can run their 2533MHz rated speed with latencies of 9-11-10-30 at Intel's acceptable 1.65V. Being part of the Dominator GTX series, the modules include Corsair's DHX+ high-quality heatsinks which sport extended aluminum fins for improved heat dissipation.

 

It goes without saying that if you want a pair of these modules in your rig you'll be digging extra deep into your pockets. But as always, if you want the best expect to pay a significant premium to have it.

 

For further information on Corsair's Dominator GTX4 2533MHz modules, you can read the official announcement here.

 

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Patriot releases super fast 2500MHz DDR3 kits

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Patriot has just claimed to have brought the world's fastest DDR3 memory to market with its new Viper II series Sector 5 Edition memory kit that boasts rated speeds of 2500MHz.

 

The kit comprises 2x2GB modules and thus is suited to Intel's P55 platform. The modules run at their rated 2500MHz speed thanks to more relaxed latencies of 9-11-9-27.

 

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As a member of their top-end Viper II Sector 5 series, the modules sport larger than usual heat spreaders with aluminum fins protruding out the top to better assist in heat dissipation.

 

Patriot also offers Viper II Sector 5 series modules with speed ratings of 2400MHz and 2133MHz. All kits carry with them lifetime warranties.

 

For further details, you can get to the official announcement here.

 

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G.Skill intros Flare series 1800MHz DDR3 kits for AMD users

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G.Skill has just launched its new Flare series high-performance DDR3 memory kits that are primarily suited to the AMD AM3 790 and 890 platforms with AMD C3 stepping CPUs.

 

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The modules are good for speeds of 1800MHz out of the box and come with high quality over-sized heatsinks to better assist in heat dissipation which also gives the potential for a higher overclock ceiling if the user's looking to push beyond the norm.

 

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The modules come in 2x2GB kits and can be purchased with the following specifications :-

 

• DDR3 1800MHz 4GB (2GBx2) CL6-8-6-24 1.65V
• DDR3 1800MHz 4GB (2GBx2) CL7-8-7-24 1.65V
• DDR3 1800MHz 4GB (2GBx2) CL8-8-8-24 1.65V
• DDR3 1800MHz 4GB (2GBx2) CL9-9-9-27 1.65V

 

No word on pricing just yet.

 

G.Skill's press release on the new AMD optimized Flare series can be found here.

 

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OCZ gives P55/H55/H57 users higher density 8GB Gold Series kits

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If the typically sized 4GB kits on the market for your current P55/H55/H57 based desktop rig isn't satisfactory enough for your needs, OCZ has just come out with higher density 4GB modules (available in 8GB dual-channel kits) under its Gold Series lineup.

 

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These higher density modules are rated to run at 1333MHz with timings of 9-9-9-20 at 1.65v.

 

OCZ's press release on the new 8GB Dual Channel Gold Series kits can be located here.

 

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Corsair's Dominator GTX1 gets pushed to a new extreme

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A well known overclocker in Romania known as "matose" has shown just what Corsair's top-end Dominator series GTX1 DDR3 memory is capable of in the right hands.

 

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Corsair reports that even in his initial testing phase using only air cooling on the CPU and memory controller, he still managed to get stability from the modules running at 2666MHz, backed by a validation on the CPU-Z website. A nice feat indeed with the modules already pushed to extremes out of the box at their rated 2400MHz speed.

 

However, in typical pro overclocker fashion, he wasn't satisfied there and decided to take things to the next level. It was time to strap some dry ice to the platform and see how far the ceiling could rise with the modules, if much at all.

 

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Thankfully, it certainly turned out worthwhile with an incredible CPU-Z validated clock rate of 2906MHz, showing just what kind of headroom these highly impressive modules have in reserve when in the right hands.

 

Corsair were so proud of matose's achievement, they decided to issue out a press release giving the full scoop and there's more to be read over at the Xtreme Systems Forums.

 

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G.Skill releases super fast 2500MHz DDR3 kit

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G.Skill has just released a new top-end enthuaist class dual-channel memory kit which it claims to be the world's fastest, rated at a speed of 2500MHz with timings of 9-11-9-28.

 

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The 4GB kit sports G.Skill's radically designed Trident series heatsinks for improved heat dissipation which you can see in the picture above.

 

No word on pricing or availability yet, but for obvious reasons you'll be digging deep for performance like this. We hope to get a sample in for review very soon to see how well they shine and if there's even more breathing space in the overclocking realm.

 

G.Skill's official announcement on the new Trident series 2500MHz 4GB DDR3 Kit can be located here folks.

 

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Toshiba set to start sub-25nm flash memory construction line in 2010

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Like most things in the electronics world, the smaller the build process for flash memory chips, the more storage space can be crammed onto the chips. In the CPU world, the smaller build process means less power consumption, faster speeds, and less heat.

 

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Reuters reports that Toshiba has placed an order for new chip-making equipment that will allow it to build flash memory at sub-25nm size. Toshiba is said to be targeting 20nm construction as early as 2012.

 

Toshiba is reported to be investing $160 million in 2010 to build a test production line for the advanced chips. Toshiba shares rose on the news.

 

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Samsung readies up 32GB DDR3 memory module

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Samsung has just reached a new milestone in its DRAM business with word that it has begun sampling DDR3 modules with a massive 32GB on board; the highest density RDIMMs in existance at this time.

 

This is accomplished by using 36 dual-die 40nm 4GB DRAMs. The modules are said to operate at 1066MHz with 1.35V. The modules will allow two-way servers to be equipped with as much as 384GB of RAM and four-way servers would have the ability to harness a maximum of 2TB!

 

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"Samsung continues to set the pace in advanced memory for high-end server applications by offering 40nm-class 32GB memory modules to reach previously unattainable levels of system capacity," said Soo-In Cho, president and general manager of Samsung Electronics' Memory Division. "In just 10 months, Samsung has now secured the best competitive advantage with the broadest portfolio of 40nm-class DDR3 based memory solutions in the industry since the 40nm-class DRAM was first produced last July."

 

Samsung has stated its 32GB RDIMMs will go into mass production sometime next month.

 

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Chaintech joins the 2400MHz DDR3 bandwagon

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Chaintech has joined the 2400MHz memory party with some new APOGEE GT DDR3-2400 modules today that keep to 1.6v whilst running 9-11-10-27 timings. Those timings might not look all that fantastic, but with 2400MHz on tap this isn't so much of an issue. The modules can be purchased in either 1GB x 2 or 2GB x 2 kits for dual channel motherboards.

 

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You can see from the image of the modules above, Chaintech has paired them with some unique heat-pipe equipped heatsinks for improved heat dissipation efficieny via the residing fins up top.

 

Chaintech's official press release on the new APOGEE GT DDR3-2400 series memory can be located here.

 

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A-DATA delivers 8GB XPG RAM kit for P55 and H55 gamers

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With a fresh new brand identity up its sleeves, well out in the open actually, the Taiwanese memory company has just announced a brand new 8GB memory kit based around its XPG Gaming Series brand of high performance RAM.

 

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The dual channel memory kit is designed specifically for gamers with Intel P55 or H55 Express based motherboards. The memory operates at 1600MHz DDR with its timings at 9-9-9-24 at 1.55 to 1.75 volts in the power department. While the memory speed is not incredibly fast, the 8GB of RAM should provide a smooth gaming experience especially when running with the 64-bit version of Windows 7 that is able to make use of all of the memory.

 

The modules come with a stylish black heat spreader and should be on sale now or soon. You can find more exact details here in the press release.

 

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