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Corsair samples 4GB DDR3 Kits

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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CL 7 7 7 20 at 1600


We got
some news about the upcoming 4GB DDR3 kits. Corsair have them in works and it even sampled a few of its loyal testers with it.

The memory is branded as CM3X2048-1600C7DHX and you get the whole 4GB. It works at CL 7-7-7-20 and it can hit DDR3 1600 speeds and works at 800 MHz clock.

We can assume that it will cost close to $1000 for a kit if not even more but the good news is that if you have the money the 4 GB kit will be out in the wild for you.

You can check some nice pictures here.
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