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Tuesday, 10 June 2008 10:53

Corsair shows its DDR3

Written by Slobodan Simic
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Computex 08: The 4GB kit at 2000MHz

Corsair has showcased its 4GB DDR3 kit at Computex and the company's suite also had a few PSUs, including the 1000W one.

The 4GB DDR3 kit is a part of Corsair's high-end Dominator series and works at 2000MHz. This is a non-OC working clock, so we suspect that these can be pushed even further. This 2GHz 4GB Dominator kit isn't out yet, but according to Corsair it should be available soon. It won't be cheap, though.

Corsair also showed HX1000W PSU, which is the first 1kW PSU that got 3-Way SLI certification.

This beast has two 12V rails with 40Amps on each, which is basically enough for any system. If you still have any doubts the five-year warranty and those three Asus 9800GTX cards in 3-way SLI, pixellized below might easily change your mind.

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