Corsair TwinX 2048-4000PT Evaluation

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    Quote: The memory we are evaluating today is Corsair's new TwinX 2048-4000PT, 2 GB of memory specially designed for those wanting the absolute fastest possible memory for use in their Intel based motherboard. The reason Corsair has gone to two-gigabyte modules is quite simple, with today's games, graphics and CAD programs all demanding more memory, one gigabyte of memory was just not enough to do the job properly anymore Remember when Bill Gates said, "512 megabytes of memory would be the most memory anyone would ever need?" Even he was wrong on the subject of how much memory today's system need.

    Link: http://hi-techreviews.com/reviews_2006/corsair4000/P1.htm
     
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