Make that 64-bit OS work

Subject: Memory | January 26, 2009 - 12:21 PM |
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Legit Reviews shocked themselves with the results of their testing 12Gb of RAM set up in triple channel.  Six 2GB memory modules at 1600MHz with 8-7-7-20 1T, and only 1.6V, pushing the kits harder resulted in 1700MHz with 8-8-8-24 1T.  Check out their full review to see the incredible bandwidth benchmarks that these modules can handle.

"Armed with two Corsair DOMINATOR 6GB 1866MHz CL9 memory kits with the AIRFLOW fan I set out

to see how easy it would be to run 12GB of memory on an Intel Core i7 desktop system. These

TR3X6G1866C9DF memory kits retail for $449 each and are fastest Core i7 triple channel memory

kit that Corsair has to offer. Since these kits go through the tightest screening and binning

at Corsair I figured that a pair of these kits should provide not only the best chance at

getting 12GB of memory running, but also the best performance should overclocking be in

order..."

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