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Corsair XMS3 6GB (3x2GB) DDR3 1333 MHz (PC3 10666) Desktop Memory (TR3X6G1333C9)

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  • This TR3X6G1333C9 is Corsair's mainstream 6 GB kit solution for the Intel Core i7 processors
  • This part delivers outstanding performance in the latest generation of X58 DDR3-based motherboards.
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  • 6 GB Kit PC3-10666 1333MHz 9-9-9-24 240-pin DDR3
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  • Model Number: TR3X6G1333C9
  • Item Package Quantity: 1
  • RAM Memory Technology: DDR3 SDRAM
  • Form Factor: Desktop
  • Memory Storage Capacity: 6 GB
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Product Description

The XMS Series TR3X6G1333C9 is a 6144MByte kit of DDR3 SDRAM DIMMs built using Corsair's high performance heat sink for Core i7. This part delivers outstanding performance in the latest generation of X58 DDR3-based motherboards. It has been tested extensively in popular X58 motherboards to ensure compatibility and performance at its rated speed. This memory has been verified to operate at 1333MHz at latencies of 9-9-9-24 at 1.50V VDIMM.<P><B>Ask The RAM Guy</b><BR>Corsair created a 24/7 online customer support site just for you at www.asktheramguy.com. Here, you can find other people like yourself that are ¿In the know¿ and can help answer questions you may have about installation or anything RAM related!<BR>More importantly, Corsair stands behind every module with a Lifetime Warranty. We realize any manufacturer can put a product in a box and hope that it will work, however, at Corsair we guarantee it will work for a lifetime!<P>So if you¿re looking to increase the speed of your PC, Buy this CORSAIR XMS3 6GB Intel Core i7 Kit!

Product Information

Product Dimensions 7.1 x 0.8 x 10 inches
Item Weight 5.4 ounces
Shipping Weight 3.5 ounces
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ASIN B001J3U4LC
Item model number TR3X6G1333C9
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4.2 out of 5 stars 42 customer reviews

4.2 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #3,234 in Electronics > Computers & Accessories > Computer Components > Memory
Date first available at Amazon.com October 25, 2008

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By Geekdomo VINE VOICE on November 19, 2008
When I built my desktop the most RAM I could afford was 2GB of DDR3. While this was adequate I soon realized that I would need more soon! So I purchased this set from Corsair. It is 3 seperate 1333 MHZ 240 Pin chips. They come with a metal covering and not really a heat sink per se.
Overall I love having 6GB of RAM now, Less swapping during game play and the boot up time has been reduced noticably.

I purchased this the day it came available. I see that now it may be difficult to find these. Grab these when they become available again.

Here are the specs so you dont have to dig around the web to find them:

This is for a system that uses Intel Core i7 processor:

Brand CORSAIR
Series XMS3
Model TR3X6G1333C9
Type 240-Pin DDR3 SDRAM

Tech Spec
Capacity 6GB (3 x 2GB)
Speed DDR3 1333 (PC3 10666)
Cas Latency 9
Timing 9-9-9-24
Voltage 1.5V
Multi-channel Kit Triple Channel Kit
Heat Spreader Yes
Features Compatible with Intel Core i7 series CPU

Thank you for reading my review.
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I have been running a Dell 435MT with 4GB (stock) DDR3 memory. (Note that the Dell 4x1GB config does NOT allow for triple-channel mode.)
Running Windows 7 x64 Beta 24x7; NLE video editing, digital photo management, web development, (always) playing music, and easing my way into x64 programming.

Last week I decided to jump the gun and purchased this 3x2GB pack.
Naturally, it meant that one of the 1GB stock strips had to go. Now running a triple-channel configuration of 3x(2+1GB) = 9GB. The machine flies doing ANYTHING you throw at it. Later I will run vBox virtual machines for testing and development purposes, and the amount of memory will come in handy.
Probably will perform some benchmarks later on.

I mainly decided to write this (my first) review, to inform that
1) the items perform up to expectations.
2) they are surely compatible with the Dell Studio 435MT.
3) give an indication of usage patterns where the memory comes in handy.

Cheers.
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I got this when upgrading to an i7 system, and it works fantastic. It's a little odd thinking of buying ram in sets of threes instead of twos, but that's the way things are going to be now that we're in the era of DDR3.

I'm pretty loyal to Corsair ram. I've used it (along with PNY for non gaming systems) for many years, and it's always been extremely reliable. The DDR2 XMS ram I had in my previous system was very easy to overclock. I expect this set to overclock well also.

It's fantastic that DDR3 ram has dropped in cost so much that it makes it really doable to have 6gbs in your system. Combine this kit with Vista 64-bit and you've got a winning combination.

The speed of this ram is fantastic. The timings seem loose if you're used to DDR2 ram, but that's really an illusion. I've not really overclocked the ram, but I plan to in the future.

Over all, for south of $200 this is a fantastic deal.
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I had a pretty typical Corsair experience with this RAM in that the first set of three that I orded worked OOTB in my GA-X58A-UDR3 motherboard. I orded a second set to get some 12GB RAM goodness and one stick failed memtest+ 86 v4.2 between 2 seconds and six minutes no matter how much voltage I gave it, what slot on the board was used and even underclocking it with slacked timings. Spent a halfday figuring out which stick was bad. Amazon customer service won back the day by cross-shipping a replacement set which worked OOTB as with my first set of three. 24hr memtest+ tortured with over 8 full passes, zero errors. Stable PC. Happy customer.

1 out of 9 sticks bad: not great, Corsair. Thanks to Amazon for backing up your products.
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Pretty good RAM. Purchased for an i7 920 to go along with another identical 6GB kit I bought in May 2009, which is also still running strong.

It brought the total RAM in my system to 12GB. It helps when running game servers and still using my computer to play on said servers as well as multitasking other things like running music apps and tabbing out to look something up on the web.

I ran a memory test on it when I got it and it reported no errors. I'm pretty happy with it overall.
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Corsair Micro products are always at or near the top of my list when I look for electronics. They have a whole range of products backed up by a superb tech staff and their ironclad warranty. In the rare instance where I had a problem, it was so nice to get answers NOW - even better that the warranty replacement happened FAST!
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Memory kit arrived pristine in one of those impossible-to-open-without-a-knife plastic cases. I bought 2 of these to bring my Core i7 up to 12GB so I could run Hyper-V machines under Windows 2008. Plugged them into the sockets and fired up my system. Ran a few memory test utilities just to make sure but these were perfect. Been running great ever since although I am not overclocking.
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By Vik on December 13, 2011
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Great RAM, nothing wrong with it, installed easy, replaced my old Elpida 3GB. (1gbx3) DDR3-1067@7-7-7.

Now one thing that I didn't expect is it actually improved my boot times by about 2 secs. Nothing groundbreaking, but nice feeling. So, I decided to check how low timings can go.

Advertised @ 1333 9-9-9
Success on 8-8-8
Black screen on 7-7-7
Failed on 8-7-7 (maybe 8-8-7 good? not tested)
---end of testing, no voltage bumps. I decided it won't give me much noticable performance increase if I tweak timings any lower, and long time to test for stability, so sticking with 8-8-8...tested and stable, so that's good.

overall Great RAM for the price...I wouldn't go for higher-end ram because in real world, it doesn't give you much perforance boost, only in synthetic benchmarks...a.k.a. a bunch of numbers where you see what is faster..

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