CeBIT : DDR2-667 low latency Corsair Posted on 12/03/2005 at 00:55 by Marc
Corsair already announced their last products like the DDR XPERT memory lineup or the water-cooling solution developed with Swiftech COOL by Corsair. So they haven’t introduced new real innovation for the moment, but the manufacturer will release in the weeks to come DDR2 667 (PC2-5400) memory modules with aggressive timings which should please future owners of platform based on nForce 4 Intel Edition or i955X. For the moment, Corsair hasn’t communicated any information on guaranteed timings, but rumors mention 3-2-2 … wait & see!
For the DDR1 Corsair said that contrary to rumors, the Samsung F-TCCD chip production will continue. To the question of eventual substitute to the Samsung chips, Corsair answered that other choice such as the Winbond UTT provides lower performances for standard voltages and that the capacity to hold on with aggressive timings at 200 MHz is more hazardous and depends on shipments.