Corsair is showcasing DDR3 memory that works at 2,133MHz. This is the highest overclocked working kit that we've seen at CeBIT. The memory is a 2GB DDR3 kit that should be available as soon as Nvidia decides to launch its 790i chipset, which should happen sometime by the end of this month.
The memory is working at 8-8-8-24 latencies, which is a great result, especially if you consider that it doesn't need more than 1.9V. Corsair is claiming that they can even use 7-7-7 timings, but they need more time to make it more stable. But for now this looks like a great result, and you can also expect 4GB kits at a later stage. Without further ado we give you the CPU-Z screenshot.