Corsair unleashes XMS2 DDR2 memory modules

Posted on Wednesday, February 18 2004 @ 23:44 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
Memory maker Corsair today announced their XMS2 DDR II memory modules.
The first product in this family is the Twin2X1024-4300, a matched pair of 512MB 533MHz 240-pin DDR2 modules. This product has been tested extensively on several different DDR2-based motherboards and is expected to be 100% compatible with the newest DDR2 chipsets and motherboards. Every Twin2X1024-4300 matched pair is tested as a pair in a dual channel DDR2 motherboard at 533MHz to ensure functionality at specified clock speeds in a dual channel environment. The Twin2X1024-4300 supports JEDEC standard 4-4-4-12 latencies, and comes equipped with classic black aluminum heat spreaders.
The Twin2X module will be available in March. A single 512MB module (CM2X512-4300) will also be made available in March.

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