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Corsair launches 2,533MHz Dominator GTX4 DDR3 memory module

by Parm Mann on 6 May 2010, 20:34

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Corsair has today reclaimed the title of world's fastest DDR3 memory manufacturer with the launch of its Dominator GTX4 module.

The ultra-high-end 2GB DDR3 module, pictured above, is guaranteed to run at 2,533MHz with timings of 9-11-10-30 at 1.65V.

No small feat, and Corsair's had to go to the extremes in order to make the GTX4 a reality. Each and every GTX4 module is individually hand screened by the manufacturer's in-house overclocker supreme, Michal Nowicki, and we're told just a small percentage of the thousands of modules produced are able to pass the test.

That makes the modules available in limited quantities only, and yes, that means they're not cheap; each 2GB stick of 2,533MHz Dominator GTX memory is available exclusively from the Corsair online store priced at a jaw-dropping $325.



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*sigh*

More density, less speed. Please.
kalniel
*sigh*

More density, less speed. Please.
Definitely this. We've been hanging on to mainstream 2GB per stick for aeons now.
kalniel
*sigh*

More density, less speed. Please.

Cheaper, lower end RAM would do me. I'm getting tired of all this high priced super performance stuff when all I want is some low price DDR3 for a web browsing system.
Agent
Cheaper, lower end RAM would do me. I'm getting tired of all this high priced super performance stuff when all I want is some low price DDR3 for a web browsing system.

then you simply buy the lower end memory which is available the GTX4 DDR3 is not marketed for Web browsing Machines more the Enthusiast.
Paulm@scan;1918693
then you simply buy the lower end memory which is available the GTX4 DDR3 is not marketed for Web browsing Machines more the Enthusiast.

I never said it was aimed at the non-enthusiast. My complaint is about the lack of this reasonably priced lower end DDR3 (and RAM in general right now to be honest). It's just too expensive still.

I would much rather see lower prices on ‘lower end’ RAM, than more high end stuff being pushed.