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Monday, 12 January 2009 12:24

Corsair Dominator GT 2000MHz CL7 launches this month

Written by Jon Worrel

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Around $500



During CES,
Corsair exhibited an ASUS X58 Rampage II Extreme running its upcoming Dominator GT DDR3 2000MHz 7-8-7-20 sticks at just 1.65 volts.

Before the end of this month, the company will officially launch a 6GB kit for around $500, which is a fairly reasonable price point considering the higher estimates that have been circulating the past couple months.

As mentioned earlier, the new sticks are powered by Elpida's new 50nm integrated circuits which are capable of remarkably low latencies at high frequencies up to 2500Mbps.

Corsair will reveal several other new products later this January, including a DDR3 1866MHz kit with CL7 timings using the new ICs as well.  We look forward to covering the product lineup as it hits the retail market.

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