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Corsair launches the Dominator GT family

Corsair, known as a worldwide leader in high performance for personal computers, announced the launch of the new Dominator GT line of ultra high-performance DDR3 memory modules for Intel® Core™ i7-based systems.

The ram sports a new racing red color scheme and the next-generation of Corsair's patent-pending Dual-path Heat eXchange (DHX) technology. It is available in a 3-up 6GB kit, running at 2000MHz with latencies of 7-8-7. If you are wondering what the DHX technology is, it includes a single-piece heat-sink and removable cooling fins. The removable fins allow multiple cooling options for the Dominator GT modules, including water cooling, as well as a custom-designed thermoelectric cooling system to actively cool the modules to as low as 20°C below ambient temperature for maximum overclockability.

Jim Carlton, VP of Marketing at Corsair says: "Corsair's Dominator line has long been the memory of choice for PC enthusiasts and high-end gamers. The new Dominator GT family delivers even greater levels of performance, as well as enhanced cooling options, making it the perfect memory for anyone looking for the fastest possible performance from their Intel Core i7-based system."

In addition to the 1866C7 Dominator GT, Corsair will be also be offering very limited quantities of hand-screened, hand-tuned, extreme performance modules in both 3GB and 6GB kits. These kits are specifically designed for hardcore overclockers to push the limits of PC performance. These special edition chips are built with the fastest chips available.

Because of the complexity in screening, manufacturing and testing, the Dominator GT family will be available only through the exclusive online GT Performance Shop at www.corsair.com, where Corsair will offer also offer the full range of cooling options for the Dominator GT family.

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