Corsair unveils XMS 6400 - memory at 800MHz

Posted on Friday, Apr 08 2005 @ 16:06 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Corsair today launched its XMS2 6400 series, a new line of memory that runs at 800MHz. The company launched two models: a single channel 512MB module and a dual-channel 1GB kit. Both modules run at 5-5-5-12 at DDR2 800MHz.

Designed with discerning overclockers and PC enthusiasts in mind and certified for the latest NVIDIA media and communications platform (MCP), the new XMS2 6400 modules feature carefully selected DRAMs that have passed the strictest validation process. The end result is that consumers are able to enjoy blazing fast DDR2 800 memory that promises to deliver a significant performance boost without compromising stability or reliability.

"As the CPU front side bus for the Intel platform continues to advance, the need for memory rated to deliver high clock speeds increases," said Martin Mueller, Director of Engineering of Corsair. "Leveraging Corsair's close relationship with our industry partners and our engineering capacity, we are proud to be the industry's first to bring validated DDR2 800 to our valued customers."

These modules include Corsair's signature black aluminum heat spreaders for improved heat dissipation and a life time warranty for quality.


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