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Friday, 02 July 2010 10:27

Corsair launches DDR3 memory at 2625MHz

Written by Slobodan Simic
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Made for overclockers

Corsair has announced the fastest Dominator GTX DDR3 module up to date - the CMGTX6 1GB module capable of running at 2625MHz.

The new CMGTX6 has been hand screened to operate at 2625MHz, and is also rated at 2600+MHz when made to work in dual-channel mode. The latencies of this module at 2625MHz are 9-11-10-30 and it needs 1.65V. The modules are tested on Gigabyte's P55 motherboard and Intel Core i7-860 and i7-870 CPUs.

The module is cooled by Corsair's DHX+ heatsink and is currently listed at Corsair's online store at US $175. You can find it here.

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Last modified on Friday, 02 July 2010 11:07
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+2 #1 yourma2000 2010-07-02 23:43
companies that make hardware for overclocking often let the overclockers do the overclocking :-|
 
 
+2 #2 Kakeshoma 2010-07-03 22:59
You can push your CPU higher with faster RAM :)

Now look at that heat sink... thats a beauty!
 

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