Corsair break the DDR400 barrier

While such manufacturers as Kingston are finally able to offer limited quantities of DDR400, as reported earlier today here, American memory experts Corsair, who have had DDR400 product for a few months already are already one step ahead.

Although some of the best performance figures are appearing on synchronous setups with the new Thoroughbred 'b' stepping CPUs, Corsair are today announcing the availabilty of batches of PC3500 CAS2 DDR SDRAM DIMMs in 256Mb and 512Mb sizes.

Known the world over for their early adoption of products at the absolute "bleeding edge", Corsair's new modules are designed to run at a seemingly nutty 217Mhz memory bus

News source: The Inquirer

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