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  1. Corsair Vengeance 8GB DDR3 1600MHz review

    Corsair Vengeance 8GB DDR3 1600MHz review

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    In the new Vengeance series of dual and triple channel DDR3 from Corsair though that's not necessarily a bad thing. This twin-module kit offers a massive 8GB of speedy system memory, and for just over a ton that's really not bad.

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    Corsair 4GB Voyager Mini review

    Corsair 4GB Voyager Mini review

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    Corsair’s Voyager Mini somehow packs 4GB of capacity into this wee portable flash drive, which is no bigger than a man’s fingernail.

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    Corsair Dominator DDR3 1,800MHz review

    Corsair Dominator DDR3 1,800MHz review

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    The Dominator RAM prides itself on being hand-picked and tested from the number one bins, while the DHX heatspreader uses two differently conductive materials to take heat directly from the chips and PCB before expelling it into a set of fans.

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    Corsair Dominator DDR2 1,066MHz review

    Corsair Dominator DDR2 1,066MHz review

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    It's a sign of just how far prices for DDR2 have fallen that Corsair's once prohibitively priced Dominator RAM is available for less than £100. Given the overclocking potential of Core 2 and Phenom chips, though, there's a convincing argument for stretching to buy the famous DHX heatspreader.

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    Corsair 2GB DDR3 TwinX review

    Corsair 2GB DDR3 TwinX review

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    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

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    Corsair Flash Voyager GT review

    Corsair Flash Voyager GT review

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    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.

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    Corsair Flash Survivor GT review

    Corsair Flash Survivor GT review

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    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.

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    Corsair Dominator XMS2 8888 review

    Corsair Dominator XMS2 8888 review

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    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

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    Corsair Flash Voyager 8GB review

    Corsair Flash Voyager 8GB review

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    Yes, put down your pen, Angry of Norfolk, we know this costs 15 nicker more than our pocket money price limit, but we're prepared to bend the rules if the kit is smart enough.

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    Corsair Flash Voyager 8GB review

    Corsair Flash Voyager 8GB review

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    Fitting 8GB in a memory stick smaller than your finger is truly impressive. Internal hard drives of this size were a luxury less than 10 years ago, and here's the same capacity - running far faster - in a tiny package.

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    Corsair Dominator PC2-8888 DDR2 review

    Corsair Dominator PC2-8888 DDR2 review

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    You have to pay through the filtrum for the highest performing components - 'twas ever thus - but how far are you willing to go?

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    Corsair Dominator PC2-8888 2GB kit review

    Corsair Dominator PC2-8888 2GB kit review

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    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

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    Corsair XMS2 6400C review

    Corsair XMS2 6400C review

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    Corsair is the memory you want if you're after the last drop of performance. Not only did the company set up 2GB's worth of PC2-6400 DDR2 memory to run at 1,250MHz at Comdex, it used the same DIMMs that we're using here.

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