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Reviewed on 2011-06-27
Get 4 GB of memory for the low price of $5000.00, sounds like a bargain doesn’t it? When I was installing Compaq ProLiant 6500 Pentium II Xeon rack servers at the country’s largest beer brewer back in late 1998 that was the going discount rate for ...Read more >
Reviewed on 2010-06-10
Good Quality, Fast responsive memory, Good cooling
Could not go above 1680 MHz while using default timings
Lately it seems like the 1366 socket CPU's have been completely forgotten. Ever since the 1156 socket CPU's launched most manufacturers have been busy optimizing their hardware for 1156 socket compatibility. There has been a couple new features added ...Read more >
Reviewed on 2009-12-17
With the introduction of the Core i7 processors came the idea of triple channel RAM. This development has enabled companies like Corsair to start producing RAM that is aimed more at performance than ever before. The Corsair Dominator CM3X2G1600C8D 6GB...Read more >
Reviewed on 2009-01-05
With CES coming later this week I figured we would start out the week on the right foot and look at a 6GB triple-channel DDR3 1600MHz memory kit from Corsair Memory. The Corsair Dominator 6GB PC3-12800 DDR3 triple channel memory kit has been special...Read more >
Reviewed on 2008-12-14
Bye bye DDR2, you have served us all very well and it's been nice knowing you. Sadly, all good things come to an end. An end that is if you intend on upgrading to Intel's latest CPU. Intel has finally cut it's support for DDR2, at least for the new Skt...Read more >
Reviewed on 2008-12-13
Ease Of Setup, Overclocked Well at Stock Volts, Ran Nice And Cool, IHX (Integrated Heat Exchanger) Provides Some Nice Eye Candy, Decent Price/Performance When Compared To The Kingston 3GB Kit, Lifetime Waranty, Did We Mention Blazing Speed
Memory ICs Have A Voltage Regulator, So adding Volts Wont Help Much (We dont see that as bad on a platform where running at 1.65v is considered the hard limit for RAM voltage), Made Our Other Kits Cringe When They Saw The Dominator Coming.
When it comes to computer memory, Corsair has been at the top of enthusiasts lists of dream parts for years. One series of kit tops that list, the Corsair Dominator. With its imposing Corsair Dual-path Heat Xchange (DHX) heat sinks, it makes its pres...Read more >
Reviewed on 2010-09-28
It seems that companies are concentrating a little more on the lower speed end of the memory market at the moment. Recently we looked at a new Kingston kit which carried with it a 1600MHz DDR clock and today we're looking at a kit from Corsair that ...Read more >
Reviewed on 2009-02-04
Corsair is a brand trusted by the enthusiast and hobbyists alike, Top quality service from any number of avenues of access, Respectable headroom for overclocking frequency as well as timings, 3x2GB performance memory is becoming reasonably priced and this......
Does not scale well with voltage and not ready for highend benchmarking, The inevitability of installation issues in certain setups that comes with all tall memory modules, No included fan, we would like to see all Dominator memory kits come with the Cors......
Corsair has become a corner stone brand in the foundation of memory discussions throughout computer forums. Whether it be the average user stating that "they have never had any issues with their Corsair memory", or in the overclocking and enthusiast fo...Read more >