As we can clearly see, Corsair
is keeping up with tradition and is selling some wickedly awesome memory here. With a retail
price of $175 CDN ($105 US) the memory is a bit more expensive, but
then again if you want the best stuff you're certainly going to be
paying a premium on it.
The aluminum heat spreaders make the Corsair
memory more attractive and they do wonders for peace of mind since we all know
that TSOP-II memory can get quite warm at high speeds. Finding the memory for
purchase isn't hard, Corsair is a large enough company that they're memory is
sold all over the place.
On another note, it seems that Winbond is making some
very overclocker friendly DRAM modules and if you can find memory with "BH-6"
DRAM you should scoop it up right away! Of the three modules we've tested with
that DRAM, all have been able to pass the 200 MHz barrier with most
aggressive memory timings quite easily!
There isn't really much you can complain about the Corsair XMS3200 CAS2, it's
some excellent memory and performs very well. It is a bit more expensive then
most other memory out there, but if you want the best look no further. You'll
certainly be happy with this memory!
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