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    Corsair XMS4400 TwinX 1GByte Memory

    "In summary, Corsair's XMS4400 TwinX 1GByte memory pack will appeal to a very select, niche market. Priced at over £300 it certainly isn't cheap. Recommended if your setup can make the full use of it - just ensure that it can before you part with a large chunk of cash."
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    jeez thats some fast memory, i know this may sound strange coming from someone with overspecced memory himself but what kinda system can use that amount bandwidth

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    mine lol. but seriously knox its not the bandwidth its the stability at slightly lesser fsb,s that some people will be lookin for i mean not every1 is willing to put high amounts of voltage through their memory just to attain high fsb.

    This ram would let me hit 250 fsb with no extra voltage whereas normal 4000pro would need around 2.9 to really be stable at 250 fsb which sadly i found out the hard way.

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