Corsair Shows New Dual Channel Memory

"Corsair show new dual channel DDR3 kits for lynnefield based i7 and i5 processors."

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New XMS3 Kits from Corsair
 
Corsair XMS3 ModuleWith the release of the lynnefield based Core i7 / Core i5 proccesors a matter of weeks away, memory manufacturers are getting ready to ship their new dual channel DDR3 kits, Corsair have shown details of their basic offerings.
 
As we can see below, there are four kits so far, two 8GB (4x2GB) and two 4GB (2x2GB) kits.

SKU
Capacity
FrequencyTimings
CMX8GX3M4A1600C98GB (4x 2GB)1600MHz9-9-9-24
CMX8GX3M4A1333C98GB (4x 2GB)1333MHz9-9-9-24
CMX4GX3M2A1600C84GB (2x 2GB)1600MHz8-8-8-24
CMX4GX3M2A1600C94GB (2x 2GB)1600MHz9-9-9-24
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
There is no news on any Dominator or other high end models yet, but we can be comfortable knowing them won't be far behind the XMS3. As usual, the pricing should be low and availability probably high.
 
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09-08-2009, 05:59:39

Msm2
Last week my HHD failed so installed a new one.Using Win7 to try it out to see what it is like. The problem I have is before my HHD failed I was folding with 2 GPU's on XP,now using Win7 does this mean I have to have 2 monitors connected to fold.Help needed.

09-08-2009, 09:29:06

tinytomlogan
Im assuming that Win7 will be just like Vista, and you either need a monitor on each card or dummie plugs dude. XP is best for a dedicated folder.

09-08-2009, 15:30:28

Rastalovich
I'm sorry I'm lost, what's the monitor thing for ?

10-08-2009, 08:23:49

Msm2
In Vista you need 2 monitors to run dual GPU's or dummy plug on one.

10-08-2009, 11:09:28

computernoob
I did not know that but it makes complete sense! Perhaps even a DVI > DSUB converter could be hacked so that it tricks the graphics into thinking a monitor is connected.

10-08-2009, 11:21:57

nunzio
if you monitor has more than one input just plug that one into the 2nd card. Its what I did.

10-08-2009, 17:21:30

chudley
^^ simple but effective :)
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