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Sunday, 16 October 2011 16:29

Corsair announces 32GB high-performance memory kit

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Quad-channel 8GB Dominator modules


Corsair has announced yet another addition to its Dominator memory lineup, the Dominator 32GB Quad Channel kit. Featuring four screened 8GB modules tested to work together, the new Dominator 32GB kit is designed to work at 1866MHz frequency.

The new Dominator 32GB Quad-channel kit will be sold under CMT32GX3M4X1866C9 part number and, as noted, features four 8GB modules designed and screened to work at 1866MHz with 9-10-9-27 latency (9-9-9-24/1333MHz SPD) at 1.5V. The modules are cooled by Corsair's quite well known Dominator DMX+ heatsinks.

The new Dominator kit is already available at Corsair's own shop (but as a Dominator GT with airflow fan) with a price set at US $999.99. Of course, all we need now is Intel's Sandy Bridge-E and X79 to show their faces.

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