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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Corsair Release 2533MHz Dominator GTX4 DDR3 Memory

Corsair have launched their new high speed Dominator GTX4 modules, clocking in at an impressive 2533MHz. The GTX4's are constructed with top-binned IC’s, screened from literally thousands of chips, allowing them to operate at a staggering 2533MHz with timings of 9-11-10-30 and just 1.65 volts. You can find out more about Corsair’s stringent hand selection process for the GTX4 here.

“The GTX4 modules are truly Corsair’s greatest expression of the memory overclocker’s art,” stated Michal Nowicki, aka Bachus, ‘master overclocker’ at Corsair. “These modules are so fast that most CPUs will require sub-ambient cooling to run them at their maximum speed. Each GTX4 module represents hours of my work in the lab, and is authenticated by me personally.”

The GTX4 is currently available on Corsair’s web store, priced at $325 for each 2GB stick. Due to the intensive screening involved, availability of the GTX4 module is very limited. All GTX4 modules are backed up with a limited lifetime warranty and Corsair’s legendary customer service and technical support.

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24-04-2010, 07:54:43

I need some help, my mum's pc sometimes gets stuck on the motherboard splash screen and its only happened recently. Her computer is about 2 / 2.5 years old and it just seems kind off random to do this all of a sudden considering no settings have been changed lately.

Specs are

Asus P5D Motherboard (Not sure which version)
Core 2 Duo Conroe 2.13Ghz (One of the older models, not sure specifically)
2 x 1GB DDR 2 RAM
Sapphire X1950 512mb
320gb Hard drive

Not sure on anything else, but what do you guys think could be causing this, should I reset CMOS or something like that?

24-04-2010, 08:19:25

Could try resetting the CMOS. Remove all USB devices and try start up the computer.

24-04-2010, 10:27:47

maybe its the HDD if its sticking maybe try take 1stick of RAM out then boot.

24-04-2010, 13:43:57

Yea I think its the HDD because it won't work in my PC

And if I take 1 stick of ram out how does that affect the HDD from working?

Thanks for you help though :)

24-04-2010, 13:46:23


Yea I think its the HDD because it won't work in my PC

And if I take 1 stick of ram out how does that affect the HDD from working?

Thanks for you help though :)

He said about the RAM since it could of been either. I had this problem and it ended up being the USB's. There was a bios update which fixed the problem.

24-04-2010, 13:55:03

Ok then, I will try tomorow, for now I am just going to leave because I got some work to do, will tell you if it works tomorow, ty for suggestions :)

24-04-2010, 15:00:19

Ok I took a RAM stick out now, thankyou very much, copying all the files to an external hard drive now just incase :P TY :D

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