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Corsair TWINX2048-4000PT

Corsair TWINX2048-4000PT Article Author : unholy
Date : 01-30-2006
 

Overclocking

When over clocking these beasts I set the voltage straight to 2.9volts. I then raised it from 250 MHz because it is stable at 250 MHz, I used the stock timings at got it up to 292 MHz without fault, and then Memtest started giving me errors. The timings are already pretty loose but I temped to raise the voltage to 3.2 unfortunately no response but when dropped the timing to 3-5-5-10 I was able to clock it to 303 MHz at 2.9volts.

Conclusion

First appears may deceive you, as they did to me. I thought these modules were going to be average like most of the other modules I have seen from other companies. But I was completely wrong these modules kick ass even with their loose timings. Not to mention that they run 1T Command Rates for 2GB. Corsair really does put performance over cost. These modules are definitely a pick. Even if you loose your legs for them!

They clock up to 303 MHz with extreme stability and can clock further with looser timings if in need for the high speeds.

Corsair did release a different model which was built for Low Latency, these certainly weren’t.

Pros (+):
  • Black Heat Spreaders
  • Rated at PC4000
  • Can clock up to 303 MHz
  • Competes very well against other similar Ram.
Cons (-):
  • Not Very superior Timings (Not to shabby considering the Speeds it can get upto)



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