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Corsair Dominator GTX Series PC3-19200 4GB Kit

Corsair wasn't happy settling with PC3-18000 so they pushed the limits and released a PC3-19200 kit that carries an astronomical 2400MHz DDR clock.

| DDR-3 Memory in RAM | Posted: Jan 30, 2010 6:52 am
TweakTown Rating: 94%      Manufacturer: Corsair

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I hate to say it, but it really felt for a while that Corsair had kind of stepped back a bit from the lime light and a lot of other companies had come in to bring overclockers the RAM they want. I'm not sure if this actually happened, or if it's simply just my perception; otherwise it could just be the fact that Corsair have been breaking speed barriers left and right.

 

Towards the end of December we saw PC3-17600 show its face. What you had was 2200MHz DDR modules with some pretty relaxed timings. Then in waltzes Corsair, strutting their stuff with a PC3-18000 kit that carried with it a default clock of 2250MHz DDR and some impressive timings to boot. If that wasn't enough, the fact that we then got another 100MHz+ DDR out of the kit with the same timings was just awesome.

 

Another week goes by and we find ourselves looking at a kit that might be carrying some slightly more relaxed timings, but a massive stock clock. PC3-19200 is the number you need to know today. Let's jump forward a page and find out what that huge number translates to.

 

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