Corsair launches Dominator GT family

"New range of Core i7 ready memory kits are made available."

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New Core i7 Ready Memory

With its sights aimed squarely at Core i7 based systems, Corsair have launched the Dominator GT range of DDR3 memory modules. Billed as being ultra high-performance, the kits come in 3x 2GB configs, are rated at 2000MHz with latencies of 7-8-7. With the go faster red striping and various cooling options, these kits certainly look the part. The next-generation DHX cooling technology includes a single-piece heat-sink and removable cooling fins. The removable fins allow multiple cooling options for the Dominator GT modules, including water cooling, as well as a custom-designed thermoelectric cooling system to actively cool the modules to as low as 20°C below ambient temperature for maximum overclockability. Jim Carlton, VP of Marketing at Corsair had the following to say about the new dominator GT family:

“Corsair’s Dominator line has long been the memory of choice for PC enthusiasts and high-end gamers, the new Dominator GT family delivers even greater levels of performance, as well as enhanced cooling options, making it the perfect memory for anyone looking for the fastest possible performance from their Intel Core i7-based system.”

 Dominator GT Aircooled Dominator GT Liquid Cooled
Corsair are also planning to release very limited quantities of hand-screened, hand-tuned, extreme performance modules in both 3GB and 6GB kits. These kits are specifically designed to allow hardcore overclockers to push the limits of PC performance and are built with the fastest chips available. More information on the new range of memory can be found on the Dominator GT microsite. You can discuss the new Dominator GT modules in our forums here.
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Most Recent Comments

02-02-2009, 05:52:30

MSI claim this will be the first affordable Core i7 solution.

Read the full article here.

02-02-2009, 05:58:15

Looks like a good X58 mobo. Any word on price?

02-02-2009, 06:08:40

No price in the UK I can find yet. A couple of US sites have it at $190. So probably the first sub £200 X58 mobo by the time it's live in the UK.

02-02-2009, 06:21:37

Just wondering, are you the news editor? Or do you post for the good of the community? :)

02-02-2009, 07:49:34

A drop in price is a good thing as far as I'm concerned :)

02-02-2009, 09:02:39

maybe they weren't selling much, since most of the X58 boards are top of the line :o

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