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Friday, 07 May 2010 11:45

Corsair takes DDR3 a notch higher

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Releases 2533MHz Dominator module



Pushing ahead of the competition that have advertised 2500MHz kits, Corsair has unveiled its new Dominator module capable of working at 2533MHz with CL 9-11-10-30 latencies at 1.65V.

The new Dominator GTX4 is a 2533MHz 1GB module that uses hand picked and screened chips and features Corsair's quite famous DHX+ heatsink.

Since these kits are hand picked and specially screened you can expect a pretty high price tag, so the GTX4 2GB kit for P55 systems is now selling for US $325.

You can find it over at Corsair Online store.

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Last modified on Friday, 07 May 2010 12:04
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