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Corsair Dominator 2 x 2 GB DDR3 2000 MHz

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      08.11.2009 20:25
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      One of the best dual memory kits available. So fast its future proof

      A matching pair of super fast, low latency memory dimms. This RAM is the perfect companion for the new I7 range (Lynnefield) or the new I5 range.

      Having previously bought Ram made by corsair, I chose them for my latest PC. The Ram looks amazing though this isnt really important unless you are planning a transparent case. The RAM was also well packaged when it arrived, contained within anti static packaging.

      Installing the RAM was a simple process, no different to the installation of any RAM. The height of the heatsink isnt obstructive either. This RAM was used in a new build PC. A PC that caused me no end of trouble when trying to get it to work.

      After days of testing and messing about I was finally able to conclude it was the RAM that was causing the system instability issues. The timings for the RAM were not matched, though I am unsure if this was the fault of the RAM or compatability between the memory and the motherboard.

      Though I had no end of trouble with my new PC, when the computer was working the memory was a crucial part of it and performs admirably.

      This product comes highly recommended, though if you find you are having troubles makes sure you check the timings of the RAM if you are able to.


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