Corsair launches DDR4 memory at 3666 MHz

Corsair launches DDR4 memory at 3666 MHz

Corsair has launched what seems to be the fastest DDR4 memory on the planet right now – a kit that runs at 3666 MHz. It belongs to the company’s Dominator Platinum line and includes four 4 GB memory modules for a total capacity of 16 GB.

The kit carries the CMD16GX4M4B3666C18 model number and runs with 18-19-19-39 latencies at 1.35V. It comes with an orange color bar that matches the color scheme of the Gigabyte X99-SOC Champion motherboard and seriously sized heat spreaders that will help with the cooling of the memory chips. The memory supports Intel XMP 2.0 and can run in all X99-based and Z170-based motherboards with all Intel Haswell-E and Skylake processors. This Corsair memory uses new Samsung 4 Gb memory chips, which makes the memory even better.

The memory is now available online at Newegg.com for USD 1049.99, which isn’t little, but having 3666 MHz memory inside your rig is a nice thing, isn’t it?

(pictures courtesy of Newegg.com)

Source: Legitreviews.com

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