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Corsair Release 2533MHz Dominator GTX4 DDR3 Memory

"Corsair have brought out their new Dominator GTX4 modules, clocked at a blazingly fast 2533MHz."

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Old 11-05-10, 11:43 AM
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How much are they?
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£250 per stick. Very much parts for the number seakers among us!
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Beside the voltage, you cant use this for Core i5.

You would need a BCLK of 253MHz, wooww.

But if u got socket 1366, its nice to play with!

Excuses for my bad english, i am from Holland.
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Old 15-05-10, 04:28 PM
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Beside the voltage, you cant use this for Core i5.

You would need a BCLK of 253MHz, wooww.

But if u got socket 1366, its nice to play with!

Excuses for my bad english, i am from Holland.
Thats wrong. there is more than one memory devider fella. None of the current intels do 253bclk anyways lol
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Thats wrong. there is more than one memory devider fella. None of the current intels do 253bclk anyways lol
you are right there are more memory dividers.

But nothing higher than 10.

So you need the BCLK of 253MHz, wich you wont get on the P55 chipset.
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you are right there are more memory dividers.

But nothing higher than 10.

So you need the BCLK of 253MHz, wich you wont get on the P55 chipset.
I can assure you with the right motherboard there are plenty of deviders, the record fopr these sticks on a P55 is 2904mhz
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High speed memory like this doesn't seem to hit the stores in the netherlands
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Old 17-05-10, 10:47 AM
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High speed memory like this doesn't seem to hit the stores in the netherlands
If you read the news its only available from Corsairs online store
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