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Corsair Announces Limited Edition 1.5V 8GB Dominator GT Kit



/ 5 years ago

New 2x4GB kit boasts the most aggressive timing specification in its class

Corsair has today announced availability in limited quantities of a new 1.5V 8GB Dominator GT DDR3 memory kit with an aggressive timing specification.

The new 8GB dual-channel DDR3 kit is guaranteed to operate at 2133 MHz at a memory voltage of 1.5V, and with a timing specification of CL9-11-9.

“The unprecedented timing specification on the 1.5V Dominator GT kit makes it ideal for overclocking,” said Giovanni Sena, Director of Memory Products at Corsair. “Dominator GT memory is designed for enthusiasts who are obsessed with pushing their PC’s performance to the limit, and this latest kit is a worthy addition to the family.”

The Corsair Dominator GT kit comes complete with Corsair’s patented DHX+ heatsinks and an AifFlow 2 GTL Cooling Fan for exceptional thermal performance. The cost direct from Corsair is $499.

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  • gaetan

    Now that's a Memory kit for a dream machine 😀

  • Leo Bien Durana

    This article just made me search things about timings, and to be honest, I still cannot get most of it… =_=

  • SJTelford

    Leo, first paragraph sums up most of the memory timings you need to know, its called CAS latency (shortened to CL) – the first number when referring to timings:CAS latency – Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaThe other numbers are tRCD, tRP and tRAS technically…Memory timings – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

  • gaetan

    Leo Bien Durana;22350 wrote: This article just made me search things about timings, and to be honest, I still cannot get most of it… =_=

    Don't you worry about that, I don't get much of it neither, from all I can understand is the lower the better I guess lol

  • Leo Bien Durana

    SJTelford;22386 wrote: Leo, first paragraph sums up most of the memory timings you need to know, its called CAS latency (shortened to CL) – the first number when referring to timings:CAS latency – Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaThe other numbers are tRCD, tRP and tRAS technically…Memory timings – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Oh man, nice! But TBH, I feel ashamed about myself bec. I've been OC'ing CPUs without knowing much about RAMs… =_=

    Don't you worry about that, I don't get much of it neither, from all I can understand is the lower the better I guess lol

    We'll definitely get a hang of these timings soon. Just need more articles to read 😀

  • gaetan

    Leo Bien Durana;22483 wrote: […]We'll definitely get a hang of these timings soon. Just need more articles to read 😀

    Make it like more simple in some cases. 😀