Fast is one thing, but fast and stable is better

Subject: Memory | March 6, 2006 - 04:04 PM |
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Lots of modules can reach very impressive speeds, and handle high voltage without outright melting, but what kind of bragging rights can you get from a machine that crashes in the middle of some bench marks?  Corsair comes to the rescue with the 3500LL Pro TwinX 2GB kit.  Head to Motherboards.org to see just how many ways you can choose to overclock these DIMMs.


"Fast, Beautiful, Stable and Spacious. Things you'd normally say about a sports car or a luxury

beast before being jerked back by the missus so you don't drool on it. That's exactly how we feel

about this memory. This memory is perfect for the mid to high level overclockers, the gamer, and

the benchmark fanatic."


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  • TeamGroup Xtreem
  • 2x1gb Cronus - Micron @ EclipseOC


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