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8GB (2x4GB) Corsair XMS3 1333MHz CL9 DDR3 Dual/Quad Channel Kit [CMX8GX3M2A1333C9]

8GB,(2x4GB),Corsair,XMS3,1333MHz,CL9,DDR3,Dual/Quad,Channel,Kit,[CMX8GX3M2A1333C9],

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1333MHz RAM Speed, CAS 9-9-9-24 Timings, 1.5v VDIMM, Lifetime Warranty with Corsair.

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Stock:
Discontinued!
This item is currently discontinued and at present, we have no replacement on order.
Quickcode: 45516  
Stock code: MEM-21333-CMX8GX3M2A
Manuf. code: CMX8GX3M2A1333C9
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Description:

Corsair's mainstream memory solution for Intel's new Core i5 and Core i7 dual channel DDR3 processors. The XMS3 family is Corsair's mainstream line of performance DDR3 memory. These modules allow users to experience outstanding memory performance and stability. Available in Corsair's new XMS heat spreaders, each module is built using carefully selected RAMs.
This 8GB kit memory solution has been designed specifically to support the Intel Core i5 and Core i7 dual channel memory DDR3 solutions. This solution runs at an incredibly fast 1333MHz at CAS latency of 9-9-9-24. So not only do you get to run your Intel Core i5 or Core i7 dual channel memory system at 1333MHz but with these tight Latency timings your system performance will rock.

Density: 8GB (2x4GB Module)
Speed: 1333MHz
Timing: 9-9-9-24
Type: DDR3
Format: DIMM
Pin Out: 240 Pin
Voltage: 1.5V

Warranty Information:

Manufacturer corsair
Warranty Type Direct with Manufacturer
Manufacturer Website http://corsairmemory.com/index.html
Warranty Period (yrs)5
Memory Clock0
Capacity0
RAM Chips0

Comments, Questions & Reviews:

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Question  GA-770TA-UD3 by Dale2507

Are these compatible with GA-770TA-UD3 motherboard?

Answer by stewartz on Sunday, October 14, 2012
They should be fine.

 you cant beat corsair ! by brianthesnail

Hi guys
when upgrading you tend to stick with brands you know.. infact its like that when you go shopping.... you start to use a specific brand or manufactuer and the same applies when looking for pc upgrades or peripherals ..
and corsair are a brand you can trust.. their memory,power supplys and cases are second to none and are extrememly reliable ...
the Corsair XMS3 8GB (2x4GB) DDR3 PC3-10666C9 1333MHz Dual Channel Kit is a class bit of kit .... i used the xms2 kits on my previous lga775 platform and it served me well... and the same applies to the xms3 ram... rock solid and very reliable... that said you expect this from corsair memory and up to now ive allways received
also when buying corsair memory you receive their legendary "lifetime warranty" which gives you peice of mind ...what more do you need
so if your after some ddr3 memory and like me your motherboard wont support the faster speed ( or at least run at the speeds) then the xms3 8gb kit is well worth considering
well done aria !

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Question  Memory Upgrade by Iain

I'm looking to add more memory to my PC. I have a Gigabyte P55-UD3R motherboard with OCZ DDR3 PC3-10666 memory. It seems similar, but the latencies are different. Will this memory be compatible?

Answer by stewartz on Wednesday, June 20, 2012
Mixing different latencies is not recommended unfortunately and we cannot guarantee mixing different ones would work.

 Great value for money by Jamie Smith

Good quality and good performance. 5/5

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Question  Sdram? by healy85

hi there is this sdram? If not could you point me in the right direction of similar specs thanks.

Answer by andrewn on Friday, January 27, 2012
This is DDR3 SDRAM, yes, although the term SDRAM is rarely used nowadays.
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