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Review : Corsair XMS3200 DDR400 Memory

Posted on Sunday, October 06 2002 @ 08:55:08 CEST by


X-bit Labs has reviewed some Corsair XMS3200 DDR400 Memory :
XMS3200 ships in a neat transparent plastic box that protects the module against physical damage but also allows to see the entire module clearly. The label on the box features Corsair logo and the company's web-site address. The module itself looks "cool" enough thanks to the black heat-spreader that covers the chips. There is a sticker on it that reads: CMX256A-3200C2 and XMS3200v1.1. An interesting detail: the heat-spreader is fastened to the chips not by the ordinary metal clip, but rather by means of a sticky pad. Seems like the pad also serves as thermal interface.


Review Link : X-bit Labs


 



 

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