DDR3 Compability for Intel Unlocked Processors Announced by Corsair

Corsair DDR3 SupportThe worldwide designer and supplier of high performing components for the PC Gaming hardware market, Corsair, announced that all of its DDR3 Memory Kits are now compatible with the recently announced multiplier unlocked Intel Core i7-875K, Core i5-655K and Core i7-980X Extreme Edition Processors.

The full range of Corsair’s DDR3 high performing memory kits have now been specifically designed to “compliment” these new Intel processors that are focused on overclocking.

The Unlocked Intel Processors allow gaming enthusiasts to adjust the multiplier settings of the CPU in the BIOS for high-optimized overclocking results, thanks to the full access to the Turbo controls of the processor.

The XMS3 Classic, Dominator and Dominator GT DDR3 are the recommended corsair modules running at frequencies from 1600 MHz CAS 7 to 2000MHz CAS 9 on 4GB, 6GB, 8GB and 12GB densities.

The DHX Pro Technology is included in the Dominator and Dominator GT kits, while all the kits have the Intel XMP profiles included.

Corsair’s DDR3 Memory Kits compatible with the Intel Unlocked Processors are now available from Corsair’s resellers and distributors.

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