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Corsair DOMINATOR TWIN3X2048-1800C7 DDR3 - PCstats.com Corsair DOMINATOR TWIN3X2048-1800C7 DDR3
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One of the computer world's most famous quotes (although he probably never said it) is of course Bill Gates saying that "we will never need more than 640 Kb of memory". As we all know there can never be "enough" memory in a computer system. As memory gets cheaper and the upper limit of what the processor can address has increased, the memory need of the software we use somehow keeps increasing. Not only that, as the performance of the other components in a system increases, so does the demands on the memory. While we have seen DDR3-memory for a while on video cards it is just now that this standard has started to appear in the regular system memory. Currently the only chipset that supports the new memory type is the P35 chipset from Intel but in the not so distant future (or even now depending on when you read this) Intel's new X38 chipset will also have support for it. Today I am reviewing a high-end DDR3 memory kit from Corsair: the TWIN3X2048-1800C7DF G DDR3 1800 MHz CAS DOMINATOR (I challenge anyone to say that really fast three times), from now on called the DOMINATOR Twin3X2048-1800C7D. While the highest official speed of DDR3 is 1333 MHz, Corsair has already managed to get even more speed out of it getting it to run at 1800MHz.
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