Corsair to Ship Extra-Low Latency 433 MHz Registered Modules

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Fremont, CA, January 27, 2003 – Corsair Memory, Inc. today announced a new XMS3500 speed grade of their registered XMS series that is intended for Athlon 64 FX users.


The new TwinX1024RE-3500LLPT is the world’s first 433 MHz registered module kit. This matched pair of 512 MByte modules was developed expressly to give Athlon 64 FX power users greater headroom for overclocking. Until now the memory bus in Athlon 64 FX based systems has been limited to 400 MHz.

These modules are tested and certified to operate at extremely aggressive latency settings (2-3-2-6) to offer optimum performance. These parts all feature Plug-n-FragT SPD’s so the modules boot at the advanced 2-3-2-6 settings with no tweaking. They also come equipped with error correction (ECC) for ultimate reliability and platinum colored heatspreaders for efficient heat dissipation. They are available today through Corsair resellers worldwide.

„Corsair is already an established leader in both registered memory for the server market and extreme performance unbuffered modules for enthusiasts“, said Corsair Marketing Director Joe James. „This product will offer gaming enthusiasts a path to reach new performance peaks with the Athlon 64 FX processor, without the need to tweak latency settings.“

Further information and specifications on these and other XMS products can be found at Corsair’s web site. These modules can be purchased through Corsair’s authorized sales channels listed at

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