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Tuesday, March 07, 2006
Corsair Highlights DDR2 and DDR1 Memory at CeBIT 2006


The new PC2-8500 and PC-4400 memory from Corsair provide high memory speeds to turbo-charge the latest Intel and AMD platforms.

Corsair Memory launched new DDR2 and DDR1 memory solutions for the Intel and the AMD platforms. Rated at 1066MHz, the new TWIN2X1024-8500 from Corsair delivers the highest memory frequency currently available to Intel users. Simultaneously, the new TWINX2048-4400PRO takes the lead with its rated 550MHz speed to unleash maximum performance on the AMD platform. Live demonstrations of the world?s fastest memory modules can be seen at the Corsair booth in Hall 22, Stand 16B, Booth B6-8.

?Last year, Corsair was the first manufacturer to break the 1GHz DDR2 memory frequency barrier and brought the world?s first 512MB PC4400 memory to market. Looking ahead, we believe the future DDR2 speed standard for the enthusiasts will become 1066MHz, and Corsair is offering that speed now,? stated Richard Hashim, Director of Product Marketing at Corsair Memory. ?As we continue to innovate on the DDR1 side, we are proud to be the first and the only manufacturer with 1GB PC4400 high-frequency modules that truly work at their rated speed in a 2GB configuration,? added Hashim.

To support the latest Intel platform as well as showcase next generation memory capabilities, Corsair?s new TWIN2X1024-8500 addresses the increasing demand to run the processor and the memory controller in asynchronous mode, thereby minimizing performance bottlenecks. To achieve this record memory speed, the Corsair engineering team has selected RAMs and individually tested each module to ensure optimal performance and stability.

Fueled by the increasing number of PC games and applications that benefit from more system memory, users now demand a minimum of 2GB in their systems to achieve maximum performance. The new TWINX2048-4400PRO answers the need with its 2GB of memory density running at 550MHz in dual channel mode.

The XMS2-8500 is available in 1GB kits, and the XMS-4400PRO is available in 2GB kits. All Corsair memory products are backed by a lifetime warranty.


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