DOMINATOR® GT with DHX Pro Connector and Airflow II Fan — 12GB Triple Channel DDR3 Memory Kit

Dominator®, GT is the ultimate performance memory solution within the DOMINATOR® product line. Limited to only extremely high memory speeds, CORSAIR DOMINATOR® GT only uses highly screened IC&rsquo,s to guarantee performance and over-clockability. Using ultra efficient Dual-path Heat Xchange (DHX) cooling technology, DOMINATOR® GT DDR2 and DDR3 memory modules also ship with the Airflow Fan to maximize heat transfer away from the modules&mdash,all the while being stable and reliable. With removable heat sinks, CORSAIR DOMINATOR® GT DDR3 and DDR2 memory modules can even be outfitted with additional upcoming accessories with enhanced features.

Product Description

High-performance 12GB Dominator GT kit for triple channel systems, 2000MHz, 9-10-9-27, 1.65V

Key Features

  • Maximize your system memory capacity for ultimate performance
  • Specially selected RAMs for overclocked performance
  • Includes XMP performance profile
  • Guaranteed to work on all triple channel Intel platforms
  • Red heat sinks with patented DHX Technology
  • Includes Airflow fan kit for superior heat dissipation
  • World famous Corsair reliability and performance

Package Contents

Three 4GB memory modules

System Requirements

Designed for use with all DDR3 motherboards with three memory channels

Memory Configuration
Triple Channel
Memory Series
Memory Type
Memory Size
12GB Kit (3 x 4GB)
Tested Latency
Tested Voltage
Tested Speed
SPD Latency
SPD Speed
SPD Voltage
Speed Rating
PC3-16000 (2000MHz)
Heat Spreader
Package Memory Format
Performance Profile
XMP 1.3
Package Memory Pin

How can I test my memory

A defective memory module(s) can cause various issues on your computer. These are just a few of the possible issues you may encounter. It is important to remember the issues below can also be caused by more than just defective memory.

  1. Computer doesn't boot and/or you get a beep code. Check your motherboard manual for the error code if you are unsure what it means.
  2. Random computer crashes including BSOD (Blue Screen of Death)General Protection Fault error messagesIllegal OperationsFatal Exceptions, etc.
  3. Random Reboots.
  4. OS or other application installation failure.

How can we be sure that the memory is defective before starting the RMA exchange process?

There are programs available that are designed to test the computer's memory. We recommend M
emtest86+ to test your computer's memory.

Please visit this link to download and install Memtest86+ for an ISO image or USB Drive: Link

To make a bootable Floppy from with in Windows,
First you would download the memtest utility to your HDD, then using extract it to the same directory. 
Please then get a floppy and do a fresh full format on it, and if there are any bad sectors just throw it away and get a new one. Then click on the install.bat file in the directory where you downloaded and extracted the files and follow the on screen prompts.

To make a Bootable CD from within windows you would download the ISO image that has a .zip extension. .tar would be for UNIX.
Then use to extract the ISO image to the same directory that you downloaded it to. Then using CD-R software you will burn the image to CD. Note: Do not copy the image; there is usually an option under file or burner to burn image.

Note: If you have recently added any new memory into the computer, we suggest you temporarily remove it to make sure it is not the cause of your issue before testing with Memtest. Please make sure you back up all the data from the USB drive before Memtest86+ installation as it will require a format.

Corsair Memory Understanding Computer Memory Basics

Q: First of all, what does DDR stand for?

A: "DDR" stands for "Double Data Rate".

Q: So what exactly is being doubled?

A: With DDR, under optimal conditions twice as much data can be obtained from the memory subsystem during the same amount of time.

Q: How does it do this?

A: In most modern PCs, memory data is provided to the processor in "synchronous" fashion. This means that data arrives rhythmically, to the beat of a drum (a tick of a clock, in fact...). The memory clock is actually an electrical signal that bounces between two voltage levels, and shown in the picture to the right. 

With standard SDRAM, data is transferred from the memory to the processor when the clock signal bounces from LOW to HIGH. With DDR, data is transferred not only when the clock signal goes from LOW to HIGH, but also when the clock signal goes from HIGH to LOW. Voila! Twice as much data on each tick of the clock!

Q: I'm having a hard time visualizing this...

A: The Ram Guy has been scratching his head for a week trying to think of a real world analogy to make "double data rate" easy to understand. A sharp stone and the resulting flat tire brought this one to light...

The Ram Guy likes road biking and mountain biking, and gets lots of flat tires because he weighs too much. Fortunately, he has a DDR tire pump that makes repairs easier! Where the old technology tire pumps put air in the tire only when you push the pump's plunger DOWN, the Ram Guy's new DDR pump puts air in the tire BOTH when you push the plunger DOWN, and also when you pull the plunger back UP. Twice as much air in each pumping cycle, meeting the inflation demands of today's high tech tires! Now do you get it?

Q: I've heard of PC6400 and PC8500. What does this mean, and what is the difference?

A: Well, this number reflects the memory module bandwidth. Since DDR DIMMs are eight bytes wide, the designation becomes PC800*8 = PC6400 and PC1066*8 = PC8500. So, to repeat, PC6400 uses both edges of a 800MHz clock, and PC8500 uses both edges of a 1066MHz clock. 

Q: Everything else the same as SDRAM, i.e. registered vs. un-buffered, ECC vs. non-ECC, etc.?

A: Yup...

Q: What else do I need to know?

Well, I think this is about it. At least, it's about all I know! But, as new stuff comes up, I will be updating this bulletin. So, bookmark this page and check back often!

What, exactly, is TWINX?

Q: What are TWINX Matched Module Pairs?

A: TWINX matched module pairs are kits of two XMS low latency modules which have been specially tested together in a dual channel test environment.

Q: How is this extra testing done?

A: Here?s an example: To build the TWIN2X2048-6400, two fully tested and qualified CM2X1024-6400 modules are tested together in a dual channel motherboard at 400MHz/DDR800. If the modules pass the test, they can be sold as a TWINX pair. If they fail, they may not be sold as TWINX. Immediately following test, they are physically paired together, and packaged for shipment to the customer.

Q: By the way, what are ?dual channel boards??

A: Dual channel boards are motherboards based on chip sets that use two independent memory channels. These boards have two independent 64-bit channels to main memory to increase available bandwidth. Since the boards have two channels, for optimum memory performance modules should be used in identically configured pairs.

Q: Does TWINX guarantee higher performance in dual channel boards?

A: TWINX testing provides more of a reliability benefit than a performance benefit when compared with two off-the-shelf XMS Low Latency parts, by ensuring that the parts are of similar performance. But, TWINX does provide a large performance benefit to the ?novice? enthusiast ? it ensures that this user configures their dual channel system with a pair of modules rather than with a single module. 

Q: Who is will benefit from selecting TWINX modules?

A: Novice? enthusiasts are drawn to TWINX because it is a solution that is specifically targeted to their motherboard, and eliminates questions about module matching. More experienced users appreciate the fact that the modules are tested as a pair in a demanding dual-channel environment.

CAS Latency: What Is It, and How Does It Impact Performance? 

This is the question the RAM Guy gets asked more than any other question. So, I figured I'd put together a bulletin containing my $0.02 worth!

Q: First of all, what is CAS? 

A: "CAS" is short for "Column Address Strobe". A DRAM memory can be thought of as a matrix, kind of like a spreadsheet with memory cells instead of numbers and formulas. Like the spreadsheet, each cell has a row address and a column address (like "AA57" or "R23C34" in the spreadsheet). As you might have guessed, there is also a RAS signal, which is shorthand for "Row Address Strobe".

Q: And, what do you mean by "latency"?

A: Latency refers to the time that you are waiting to get what you need. Merriam-Webster dictionary defines it as "the interval between stimulus and response".

Q: Now, how does CAS work?

A: To understand this let's walk through a simplified version of how the memory controller actually reads the memory. First, the chip set accesses the ROW of the memory matrix by putting an address on the memory's address pins and activating the RAS signal. Then, we have to wait a few clock cycles (known as RAS-to-CAS Delay). Then, the column address is put on the address pins, and the CAS signal is activated, to access the correct COLUMN of the memory matrix. Then, we wait a few clock cycles -- THIS IS KNOWN AS CAS LATENCY! -- and then the data appears on the pins of the RAM.

Q: So, for CAS-4 you wait 4 clock cycles and for CAS-5 you wait 5 clock cycles?

A: Bingo!

Q: So, CAS-4 is 33% faster than CAS-5?

A: There are a LOT of other factors in the memory performance. Here are a few of the main ones:

Sometimes you have to move to a different row in memory. This means activating RAS, waiting RAS-to-CAS delay, then doing the CAS latency thing. 
Other times, you do a "burst" read, when you pull in a lot of data in one big block. In that case, CAS is only activated ONCE, at the beginning of the burst. 
Also, don't forget the most important thing: processors have big caches! The cache is where the processor stores recently accessed instructions and data. The cache "hit rate", i.e., the percentage of times the processor finds the information it needs in its own cache, is typically greater than 95%! 
OK, OK, so what's the bottom line?

So, the bottom line is, moving from CAS-5 to CAS-4 will offer a percentage performance increase in the low single digits for most applications. Programs which are known to be memory intensive (you gamers might know of some...) will see the best improvement.

ECC: What Is It, and Why Would I Pay Extra For It?

This is the question #2 for the Ram Guy. So, let me try to clear things up a little...

Q: First of all, what does ECC stand for?

A: "ECC" stands for "Error Checking and Correction".

Q: And, what is "Error Checking and Correction"?

A: Error Checking and Correction refers to a technology which allows a computer system to operate even if a memory error occurs.

Q: Why do ECC modules cost more than modules without ECC?

A: In order to check and correct the memory, additional RAMs are required. A non-ECC module which has eight RAMs would need to have a ninth RAM added; a sixteen RAM module would generally need to have TWO additional RAMs added. Obviously, the additional RAMs make the module more expensive.

Q: So it's kind of like the old parity modules, right?

A: Well, kind of, but ECC is a WHOLE LOT more useful. The ECC technology used on most x86-architecture PCs and servers is capable of correcting errors, where parity can only detect errors. If you've ever had an error "detected" on your system, you know the result - the blue screen of DEATH! Really useful, huh... With ECC you would sail right through, without crashing or even interrupting normal operation. Much more useful!

Corsair Memory Capacity Limitation of Windows 7

The amount of memory which is usable by Windows 7 depends on your specific version. Here is a link to Microsoft's explanation: Link
Version Limit on X86 Limit on X64
Windows 7 Ultimate 4 GB 192 GB
Windows 7 Enterprise 4 GB 192 GB
Windows 7 Professional 4 GB 192 GB
Windows 7 Home Premium 4 GB 16 GB
Windows 7 Home Basic 4 GB 8 GB
Windows 7 Starter 2 GB 2 GB

Corsair Memory Compatibility with AMD Platform

There have been many questions about over clocking and or running at memory frequencies above DDR1333 and AMD has addressed this to some extent on DDR3 Memory Frequency Guide for example this chart is a great reference for how to set your memory frequency on an AMD based system and may help to better understand the basic limitations of your specific CPU and how high you can safely run the memory frequency.

Corsair Memory FAQ

1)      How Tall is My Corsair Memory Module?

Corsair offers 4 heat spreader options for enthusiast memory; XMS Classic, Vengeance LP, Vengeance, and Dominator.
XMS Classic
XMS Classic
Vengeance LP
 Vengeance LP
Dominator/Dominator GT/Dominator Platinum

* Dominator/Dominator GT modules are 1.7 inches/43mm tall with the top cooling fin removed.
2)      Which memory should I use with my AMD Phenom II CPU? 

The Phenom II CPU is designed for the AMD AM3 Socket and supports dual channel DDR3 memory configurations.  You can find memory designed and tested to run with the AMD Phenom II here, or you can look up your motherboard on our Memory Configurator to get specific memory recommendations for your motherboard.

3)      Can I use a triple channel memory kit on a dual channel system? 

Absolutely, but we can?t make any guarantees as to the performance of tri-channel modules in a dual channel system as they?re not tested in this manner.

4)      I have an X58 motherboard and my memory is not being fully detected, what?s going on? 

The first thing to check is to make sure each memory module is detected properly when installed individually in the system.  If you only have detection problems when using more than a single module then you may need to make some adjustments to the settings in the BIOS.  Here is a link to our forum which should help you resolve the issue.

5)      What is XMP? 

XMP is a feature of most current motherboards using an Intel chipset (X58, P55, etc.) which allows for simple overclocking of your memory.  Overclocked memory modules often must be manually configured in your BIOS in order to achieve the overclocked settings.  A memory module which supports XMP (eXtreme Memory Profile) allows you to simply enable XMP mode in the BIOS which would then automatically configure your memory settings for the correct voltage, speed and latency values. Please contact your motherboard manufacturer to see if your motherboard supports XMP.

6)      Which Corsair Memory modules will work with my existing modules? 

We strongly recommend matching the module part number as closely as possible in order to ensure the greatest chance of compatibility. Even if you match part numbers properly, we can?t make guarantees as to their performance as the modules weren?t tested together.  Also be aware that when using two kits of memory together, you may need to reduce the speed of the memory due to motherboard chipset limitations.

7)      I have 4GB of Corsair Memory (or more) installed on my machine but I see less than that in my operating system.

This is a limitation of a 32-bit operating system. In Windows, the Windows memory manager is limited to a 4 GB physical address space. Most of that address space is filled with RAM, but not all of it. Memory-mapped devices (such as your video card) will use some of that physical address space, as will the BIOS ROMs. After all the non-memory devices have had their say, there will be less than 4GB of address space available for RAM below the 4GB physical address boundary. 

MacOS X Tiger and Leopard are both 64-bit operating systems and will not experience this problem. Neither will 64-bit versions of Windows XP or Vista or Windows 7.

8)   The fan that came with my memory has started making noise, can I replace the fan under the warranty without sending my memory?

Yes, the 3x 40mm fan part number is CMXAF1 and the 2x 60mm fan is CMXAF2.

9)   I purchased a set of memory and I noticed the timings set in the modules SPD is not set the tested spec of the modules; why not? 

The tested settings of any given part would normally need to be set manually and the modules SPD will be set to JEDEC standard for the specific part so they will post on any system with default voltage.

10)   Which memory should I use with my Intel Core i3 CPU?

The Intel Core i3 CPU is designed for Intel Socket LGA1156 and supports dual channel DDR3 memory configurations.  You can find memory designed and tested to run with the Core i3 here, or you can look up your motherboard on our Memory Configurator to get specific memory recommendations for your motherboard.

11)   Which memory should I use with my Intel Core i5 CPU?

The Intel Core i5 CPU is designed for Intel Socket LGA1156 and supports dual channel DDR3 memory configurations.  You can find memory designed and tested to run with the Core i5 here, or you can look up your motherboard on our Memory Configurator to get specific memory recommendations for your motherboard.

12)   Which Corsair Memory modules will be compatible with my computer/motherboard/laptop? 

You can look up your system or motherboard compatibility by using our Memory Configurator. Click here to use this utility.

13)   What are the settings for my Corsair Memory modules? 

The timings, voltage and speed for your modules can be found on directly on the memory label, or on our website under the "Tech Specs" tab for your type of memory.

14)   I have two Corsair Memory modules that work fine together but when I add two more modules of the matching part number, they won?t work. 

Each kit of Corsair Memory is tested to run at its advertised settings in the configuration in which they are sold.  If you purchase a 4GB kit (2x2GB), then we can only guarantee its performance and compatibility when using it as a single kit.  To ensure the best results with more than two memory modules installed in the same system, it is best to get a kit which has been tested to run in that configuration.
While it is definitely possible that two kits would run together in the same system, there is a chance that you may need to reduce the speed of the memory due to motherboard chipset limitations when populating more than one memory module per channel on the board.  If you have problems mixing sets, it is suggested to manually lower the frequency of the memory.

15)   How do I properly install my Corsair Dominator Airflow fan? 

We have an excellent video illustrating the step by step process for installing the Dominator Airflow Fan on our Youtube page.

16)   Why won't multiple GTX modules run at their rated speed when running in dual or triple channel?

These modules are sold as single modules and are only tested and guaranteed as single modules at the rated speeds. You can purchase more than one and use them in a dual or tri channel configuration's but in most cases you would need to lower the memory frequency to keep the system stable.  The more memory modules you have installed on any motherboard, the lower your overclocking results will be, due to the increased loading on the board.

17)   How do I use memtest?

There?s a readme.txt file included in the package you download from which will explain how to setup the program. We recommend using the default test on each module for two to three passes. This will take a while but it gives the modules the best opportunity to fail. For more information on how to use Memtest86, please view this How To Use Memtest86 presentation.

18)   I?m getting a blue screen/system hang/no post/reboots after installing my Corsair Memory.

Please make sure your modules are set up properly in BIOS. You can find speed, latency and voltage settings directly on the memory label, or on our website under the "Tech Specs" tab for your type of memory.  

If your modules are still giving you problems after setting voltage, timings and speed manually, you will need to test the modules one at a time using memtest from
For more information on how to use Memtest86, please view this How To Use Memtest86 presentation.

19)   Which memory should I use with my Intel Core i7 CPU? 

The Intel Core i7 CPU has two different versions.  The is the i7-800 series and the i7-900 series.  The i7-800 series is designed for Intel Socket 1156 and supports dual channel memory configurations.  The i7-900 series is designed for Intel Socket LGA1366 and supports dual and triple channel DDR3 memory configurations.  You can find memory designed and tested to run with the Core i7 here, or you can look up your motherboard on our Memory Configurator to get specific memory recommendations for your motherboard.

投稿者 Overclockers Club

投稿日   2009/10/09

The CMD4GX3M2A1600C8 Dominator kit for i5 and i7 take home gold at OCC

If you're looking for some of the best memory you can get, then look no further. Not only will the Dominators help your system perform well, they'll also make it look cool - or at least the Dominators will look cool. Which is just one more reason to purchase them.


投稿者 Overclock3D

投稿日   2009/05/18

Overclock 3D finds overclocking the TR3X6G1866C7GTF "a very thrilling experience."

Corsair have done a great job of refreshing the old Dominator modules. The new and improved Dominator GT 1866 6GB kit showed some great improvements were to be had across all of the benchmarks I ran today.


投稿者 Neoseeker

投稿日   2010/01/27

Neoseeker gives us their Overclocker award for the CMD8GX3M4A1600C8

The best part about this memory is their overclocking headroom. Bumping the memory voltage to 1.7V, the sticks clocked a tad past 1900 MHz while remaining totally stable. For those with more nerves, increasing voltage by another 50mV, up to 1.75V, allowed the Dominator's to break 2000 MHz with the same 9-9-9-24 timings.


投稿者 Techware Labs

投稿日   2009/12/17

TechwareLabs calls the TR3X6G1600C8D a "masterpiece."

In my mind $205 is a steal for what is essentially a 6GB kit of Corsair Dominator 1600MHz that can be easily turned into a 1800 MHz kit with the change of a button. I basically have no option but to award this kit with the TechwareLabs Editors Choice Award. Doing anything else would simply be an injustice to this masterpiece.


投稿者 Trusted Reviews

投稿日   2010/06/04

The CMG6GX3M3A2000C7 Dominator GT kit for Core i7 processors wins silver at Benchmark Reviews

The Corsair Dominator-GT DDR3 triple-channel memory kits offer the best of both worlds: high speeds and relatively low latency. For PC hardware enthusiasts who can afford the purchase price, this memory kit could mean the difference between joining the 4.0GHz overclock club or being like everyone else.


投稿者 PC Perspective

投稿日   2009/10/11

Bjorn3D gets spoiled by the CMD8GX3M4A1600C8 dual-channel Dominator kit for Core i5 and Core i7

The Corsair Dominator 8GB DC DDR3 1600MHz kit showed us the advantage of running more ram and gave us a great performance boost, we plan on running 8GB in our test rig and that's the best compliment you can give any product so it scores an: 8.5 out of 10 and the Bjorn3D Seal Of Approval.



投稿日   2009/02/22

Hardware Canucks reviews the Corsair Dominator GT TW3X6G1866C7GTF

If you absolutely have to have one of the best kits of memory in your system, the Dominator-GTs are it. If you are a benchmarker looking for that "end all-be all" kit of memory for flexibility in benching, the Dominator-GTs are it.


投稿者 Maximum PC

投稿日   2009/02/11

The CMD4GX3M2A1600C8 dual channel kit for Core i5 and i7 take the Editor's Choice at Future Looks

Based on what you've seen here, allow us to strongly recommend the Dominator 1600MHz DDR3 Dual Channel Memory if you want your money's worth. This is thus far the strongest dual channel 1600MHz DDR3 memory to grace this test bench.


投稿者 Next Hardware

投稿日   2009/07/26

Overclockers Club awards the TW3X4G1600C6GT their Silver Award

All in all, I am quite pleased with the Corsair Dominator GT TW3X4G1600C6GT memory. With the option to cool it using water or even a TEC, your potential for this kit is toward the sky as long as you are willing to fork over the cash to have the best.


投稿者 Kit Guru

投稿日   2009/04/03

Viper Lair reviews the Corsair Dominator TR3X6G1600C8D

The Corsair Dominator TR3X6G1600C8D 1600MHz Triple Memory kit consistently outperformed the Kingston HyperX in all of our tests. In 32-Bit Windows, in both cases, only 3GB were at stake and the Corsair memory came out on top, sometimes by a fair margin. At 64-Bit, we cannot stress enough that the more memory you have, the better.


投稿者 Neoseeker

投稿日   2010/01/01

TechwareLabs calls the Dominator 6GB kit a "masterpiece."

In my mind $205 is a steal for what is essentially a 6GB kit of Corsair Dominator 1600MHz that can be easily turned into a 1800 MHz kit with the change of a button. I basically have no option but to award this kit with the TechwareLabs Editors Choice Award. Doing anything else would simply be an injustice to this masterpiece.


投稿者 PC Perspective

投稿日   2009/02/17

Driver Heaven reviews the Corsair Dominator TR3X6G1600C8D

Corsair never fail to impress us with their memory and this kit is no different. The Dominator 1600MHz triple channel kit completed our review suite with perfect stablity even when overclocked 266MHz above their stated speed.


投稿者 PurePC

投稿日   2010/01/31

Hardware Canucks is astonished by the Dominator GTX DDR3 memory modules

The fact that we can now buy memory that is specified to run at DDR3-2250 with 8-8-8 timings and only 1.65v is absolutely astonishing. A year ago that idea would have been downright ludicrous had you tried to tell us that.



投稿日   2009/02/16

Hexus reviews the Corsair Dominator GT TW3X6G2000C7GT

We like it when companies push the boundaries of what's possible. Desktop DDR3 operating at 2000MHz CL7 with 1.65v represents just such an approach.



投稿日   2010/01/20

The Dominator GT CMGTX2 modules impress at Tweak Town

Speedy, quick, swift, blistering; it doesn't matter how you say it, PC3-18000 is fast! If you have the money and want the performance, as of this minute you can't look past the Corsair Dominator GTX PC3-18000 kit.


投稿者 Overclockers Club

投稿日   2009/10/30

OC3D gives the CMD8GX3M4A1600C8 their Gamer's Choice award

All in all if you are looking for a larger than standard 4GB kit, the 8GB Corsair Dominator GT kit is certainly a kit that will suit your needs. High overclocking, aesthetically pleasing and backed up by Corsairs award winning support and warranty should make the buying decision all the easier


投稿者 PureOC

投稿日   2009/03/31

Legit Reviews likes what they see with the TR3X6G1866C7GT Core i7 kit

To wrap things up, we have an incredibly expensive kit that offers incredible performance and keeps on moving upwards with a little overclocking. If you are a competitive benchmarker or a gamer set on buying the best, this kit is for you.


投稿者 Guru3D

投稿日   2009/09/25

Bjorn3D finds the CMD4GX3M2A1600C8 worthy of their Seal of Approval

Performance on the Dominator kit was better than we've seen on previous platforms and overclocking and tuning the Dominator kit on the LGA 1156 platform was a dream come true. The ease of overclocking on the platform makes it well worthwhile to play with CPU speed and Bclk frequencies to achieve the perfect balance of speed vs. performance.


投稿者 PClabs

投稿日   2009/03/07

Tweak Town gives the TR3X6G2000C8GTF their Editor's Choice!

An extremely high quality set of DDR3 modules that offer some serious performance.


投稿者 RBMods

投稿日   2009/09/30

TweakTown finds value in the Corsair Dominator GT 8GB DDR3 kit for Lynnfield

The Corsair Dominator GT 8GB kit for Lynnfield is a well priced kit. It has potential for great performance at its rated speed and timings, with some room for overclocking as well.


投稿者 KitGuru

投稿日   2009/09/08

Mad Shrimps find value in the Corsair Dominator TR3X6G1600C8D

I can't help but admire the value you get for around 110. Those that say that Corsair is always more expensive (I know, I used to be one of them) haven't looked at this kit yet. The Dominators just ooze quality, offer the best cooling technology available on the market, and on top of that, overclock like a dream.


投稿者 59Hardware

投稿日   2009/01/10

The Overclocker finds the Dominator GT CMG6GX3M3A2000C7 to be the best

The best-performing triple-channel kit on the marketing. Other manufacturers may claim the same potential as these sticks, but if you want guarantees, then you are going to have to buy Corsair's 2000 cas7 kit.


3 x 4GB memory modules