Corsair launches 2GB TwinX memory module

Posted on Saturday, December 20 2003 @ 1:21 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
Corsair today announced the launch of new 2GB TwinX memory modules, which consist out of a pair of matched 1GB modules. In response to demand from customers for fast, high density modules Corsair developed the CMX1024-3200. A module operating at 400MHz (PC3200), with catch latency settings of 3-4-4-8. They are based on 64Mx8 RAM chips, and are available with either black or platinum colored aluminum heatspreaders.
Both these new products have passed Corsair's exigent qualification process, which includes extensive compatibility testing with a variety of PC3200 motherboards and chipsets. In manufacturing, every module is tested in a motherboard at its rated speed and at its rated latency values. TwinX kits are tested as a matched pair and physically packaged together immediately after passing test, guaranteeing that the customer receives a product that has been verified in the dual channel environment.
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