Corsair is clearly a member of the school of thought that says larger heat spreader equals faster memory. And, despite the fact they only have standard timings, these sticks of RAM boast bigger coolers than any other manufacturer
The gimpy rubber sheath around the Corsair Flash Voyager GT's exterior may not be everybody's cup of tea, but there's no denying the power of this little stick. 8GB of the fastest Flash around nets you colossal transfer speeds.
The Survivor is pricey for an 8GB drive. But then, it's packed with fast chips, and housed in aircraft-grade aluminium, for the major selling point of the Flash Survivor GT is its sheer toughness.
Much has been written about Corsair's Dominator memory. These chips have been handtested to the lowest latencies and highest voltages of our group. The casing design draws heat from the centre of the PCB as well as the surface of the chips themselves
Memory is always changing, and it's usually led by processormanufacturers. DDR, for example, is now a dead-end technology. Thisyear's new chipsets for both AMD and Intel's platforms have seen tothat by switching to higher bandwidth DDR2 memory