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Friday, 06 February 2009 11:54

Corsair officially launches new Dominator GT's

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Opens up shop

Corsair has now officially announced its Dominator GT line of high-end DDR3 memory modules and kits for Intel's Core i7 systems. The new red and black colored next-generation DHX heatsinks should keep the temperatures at bay, as these new modules go all the way up to 2,000MHz.

For starters, Corsair is going to offer three different triple channel kits as a part of its new Corsair GT lineup, the 6GB DDR3-1866 and 3 and 6GB DDR3-2000 kits. All three are working at the same 7-8-7-20 latency and require 1.65Volts.

In addition to the official introduction of the Dominator GT lineup, Corsair has also launched the new Corsair online shop. The first products in the shop are actually these Dominator GT DDR3 triple channel kits priced at US $299.99 for the 3GB 2,000MHz, US $479.99 for the 6GB 1866MHz kit, all the way up to US $579.99 for the top notch 6GB 2,000MHz kit.

You can find the shop here.

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