Corsair PC10000 DDR2 memory benchmarked

Posted on Wednesday, Feb 07 2007 @ 01:10 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
Tom's Hardware Guide has taken a look at Corsair's new PC10000 memory modules. These memory modules run at 1250MHz.
The new PC10000 DIMMs (Dual Inline Memory Module) are no different: Once again Corsair seems to be the first company to deliver highest-speed memory. The CM2X1024-10000C5D DIMMs are the latest members of the Dominator family, which features extreme clock speed support, Corsair's proprietary heat exchange technology for adequate cooling, Nvidia's "SLI-ready" certification and Enhanced Performance Profiles (EPP) to better serve memory auto configuration at ideal settings.
Check it out over here.

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