Corsair, OCZ announce new enthusiast modules

— 12:13 PM on March 3, 2006

On March 1, Corsair announced (PDF) the "broad availability" of its XMS-3500LL PRO 2GB kits, which are based on Infineon's Rev. C memory chips. Corsair says the Infineon chips will be used exclusively in the new 3500LL PRO modules, and it claims they're great overclockers. The kits feature two 1GB sticks rated for operation at 218MHz with 2-3-2-6-1T timings.

In related news, OCZ has announced new PC-3200 Platinum 1024MB XTC and PC-3200 Platinum Revision 2 XTC modules. The PC-3200 Platinum XTC modules will be available in 1GB sticks and 2 x 1GB dual-channel kits with 2-3-2-5 timings, while the PC-3200 Platinum Revision 2 XTC modules will show up in 2 x 512MB dual-channel kits with 2-2-2-5 timings. The modules feature OCZ's Xtreme Thermal Convection (XTC) heatspreaders, which the company claims provide more effective heat dissipation than conventional designs.

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