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Friday, 30 May 2008 14:19

Corsair goes to 2GHz with DDR3 4GB kit

Written by Slobodan Simic

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PC3-16000 with DHX cooling

Almost a month after the announcement of OCZ's 4GB 2000MHz DDR3 kits, Corsair is ready to announce its response in the DDR3 market. The new Dominator works at 2000MHz, and more importantly, it comes in a 4GB kit.


These two 2GB modules will feature Corsair's DHX (Dual-path Heat Xchange) cooling solution that comes with both optimized fins and a dedicated PCB heat sink. The new Dominator kit will be showcased at this year's Computex.

Although OCZ has announced its 2GHz kits almost a month ago, these can only be found listed, but not available, at our favorite European price search engine. The lowest price of €370.97 might be one of the reasons.

According to the Corsair's press release, the new 4GB Dominator DDR3 2000MHz kits will be priced at US$675 when they become available sometime in Q3 2008.

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