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Corsair TW3X4G1333C9A XMS3 4GB (2x2GB) DDR3 1333 Mhz CL9 Performance Desktop Memory Kit
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|Computer Memory Size||2 GB||8 GB||2 GB||4 GB||8 GB||8 GB|
|Item Dimensions||18.67 x 12.06 x 0.76 cm||15.24 x 12.06 x 0.64 cm||15.24 x 12.06 x 0.76 cm||10.16 x 7.62 x 2.54 cm||33.02 x 11.43 x 0.25 cm||14.94 x 1.68 x 13.67 cm|
|Item Weight||36 grams||—||36 grams||113 grams||90 grams||59 grams|
|Memory Clock Speed||1,333 MHz||1,333 MHz||1,333 MHz||1,600 MHz||1,866 MHz||1,600 MHz|
|Memory Speed||1,333 MHz||1,333 MHz||1,333 MHz||1,600 MHz||1,866 MHz||1,600 MHz|
|Size||4 GB||8GB(2x4GB)||4GB (2x2GB)||8GB (2x4GB) 1600Mhz||8GB||8 Gb|
|System RAM Type||DDR3 SDRAM||DDR3 SDRAM||DDR3 SDRAM||DDR3 SDRAM||DDR3 SDRAM||DDR3 SDRAM|
|Voltage||1.5 volts||1.5 volts||1.5 volts||1.5 volts||1.5 volts||1.5 volts|
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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.
As said, this is one half of a pair only - it seems to be working fine, so would make a good memory 'boost' for someone.See all Product description
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OK, I've now taken the RAM out and it has "Version 3.1" on the sticker, whereas the same item bought in Jun 2010 had "Version 7". BIOS settings are the same with one exception - the TRFC is different. Although they are all 9-9-9-24, there is a difference in the TRFC timings. The Version 3.1 chips have this at 160ns (107) and the version 7 are 110ns (74). Corsair recommend that you don't mix versions. Separately, the RAM works OK - no BSOD for the past week with the newer 4GB set, whereas before it was almost daily with the mixed 8GB. However, together they are incompatible. If you are purchasing to upgrade an existing system, replace all the RAM together so that it matches.
Still Ok after 2 weeks with no BSOD or memtest or Prime95 errors. Good RAM but just won't play well with other versions.
Done the video showing the box, memory and fitting to motherboard.
Disconnect computer and all leads
Wear an anti-static wrist band (I always do)
Remove side panel of case and lay down case on solid surface
push back tabs on memory slots
Insert memory until it clicks in and when the tabs can be clipped up
Put computer back together again
Clock speed is 1333mhz so not the fastest but definitely more reliable. I have been running the original 8GB set up for over a year with not a single problem during heavy daily use.
Heres an answer to a question that I couldn't find when I was searching... You can use 2x4GB sticks and 2x2GB sticks together to make 12GB as long as the speed and timing are the same and your motherboard supports dual channel.
Good memory for a nice price.
The RAM was very easy to install, just slotted them in and turned on the PC and away we went. It really was that simple. I have two sets which means I am running on 8GB and I have had no problems running these at all. I am running Windows 7 ultimate, and again I have had no conflicts at all.
The board I am using is Crosshair IV Formula, so rest assured that they work fine with that board and I have a AMD hex-core and again no problems or conflicts.
There is literally one online article explaining this from Corsair.
Older boards of this brand need to be V2.2 or less.
The DHX fins are a bit OTT for me, maybe they are useful if you are planning to overclock your memory to within an inch of its life. In fact, be aware that in a micro case, the height of the fins may affect the use of your drive bays. In my build, it affected 3 of my 4 3.5" bays and I would have preferred not to have the fins at all - the reason why I have deducted a star.
The price fluctuates wildly. When Amazon has stock, I couldn't find 4GB of DD3 memory anywhere for less (<70). Marketplace vendors are asking considerably more.