Getting ahead of the pack

Subject: Memory | August 19, 2008 - 11:14 AM |
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Corsair's new DIMMs are outpacing the ability of chipsets to keep up.  With stock settings of 2133MHz @ 9-9-9-24 and running at 2.0V it is hard to find a motherboard that can handle the default settings of this RAM, let alone allow an overclock.  Legit Reviews did have some success when they pushed the FSB up to 462MHz, check out the results here.

"The Corsair TW3X2G2133C9DF memory kit is a very impressive memory kit that was found to be 100% stable at these insane clock

frequencies. Running at 2133MHz is no joke and it's still beyond what most platforms today are capable of running. To be

honest the nForce 790i SLI is pushed nearly to its limits running memory this fast!"

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