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Corsair Dominator GTX Series PC3-19200 4GB Kit - The Packaging and Modules

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

The Package

 

There's nothing to the package of the Corsair Dominator GTX kit we have here today. While we don't mean nothing in the literal sense, we do mean it in a way that apart from an anti-static bag, some padding and a little white box, there's nothing to see. So with that said, let's check out the modules and see what exactly we have going on here.

 

The Modules

 

In the looks department it's nothing you haven't seen from the Dominator series for months now, let alone the Dominator GTX kit we looked at just last week. You've got a black and red heatsink that feels of excellent quality and gives you the standard run down of information.

 

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On one side we have the Corsair and Dominator logo, while the other side gives us the Corsair logo again along with all the main specifications and the model number.

 

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In this case the main piece of information we're looking at is 2400MHz. When you consider the i5 series of CPUs from Intel starting at 2660MHz, this is a pretty astonishing number that is presented on these memory sticks. You can clearly see the timings along with a bit of other information. We'll go into more detail of what's going on in the next page.

 

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