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Wednesday, 25 June 2008 13:23

Corsair is serious about Mac memory

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Announces 4GB memory kits

Corsair has announced its new 4GB DDR2 kit that should easily find its way into many Apple Mac desktop systems.

The new 4GB full-buffered kit works at 800MHz and it's cooled by a black heatspreader. According to the press release, this should offer end-users the ability to squeeze out even more performance out of their Mac Pro desktops.

Corsair's new 4GB FB-DIMM kits should be available soon with at a $250 price tag.

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