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Wednesday, 16 December 2009 11:37

Corsair shows its 24GB Dominator kit

Written by Slobodan Simic

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In six DDR3 modules

Someone's overkill is another man's necessity and that is what this kit is all about. While a bunch of us can claim that 24GB is just plain silly, those that handle memory hungry applications will surely know how to appreciate Corsair's new 24GB Dominator kit.

The kit features six DDR3 modules working at 1333MHz with 9-9-9-24 latencies and although you surely can find higher clocked kits out there, we doubt that they even come close to the 24GB.

Corsair has released this kit to target those that are meddling with high-performance computing applications like computational research, HD digital content creation (Porn production. sub.ed.), multiple virtual machines scenarios and any other data intensive applications.

Of course, High capacity kit comes with a "high capacity" price as well so you need to spill US $1349.99 over at Corsair's online shop if you want one of these in your X58 system.

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