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Thursday, 11 June 2009 13:29

Corsair's Dominator gets a new haircut

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Extended cooling fins

In addition to the recently announced Hydro H30 and Ice T30 cooling systems for its Dominator memory lineup, Corsair has launched a new cooling solution for those cool looking memory modules, the Extended Cooling Fins.

This new haircut for the Dominator memory products is available in black and red color option, to go along with Dominator and Dominator GT modules. The new fins have a larger surface area when compared to the regular fins on Dominator modules, and feature a thermally conductive polymer coat that should additionally help in lowering the temperature.

The new, US $19.99 and $24.99 priced, black and red Extended Cooling fins are already available at Corsair's web store and come as a set of three.

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