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    Corsair XMS Xpert Preview

    When it comes to products with a 'cool factor', Corsair's XMS Xpert memory definitely has a lot going for it. An LED display on your RAM? Which can accept custom messages of your choosing? That's beyond cool, and entering the realms of genius. Putting that to one side, there's also a practical use for this product too, particularly for the keen overclocker who wants to keep a close eye on all his system components - What better way to keep tabs on your memory than through the display seen here? Even in an enclosed case, there's still Corsair's Memory Dashboard to monitor all the vital statistics of your precious RAM modules.
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    hmm something that actually looks good and will be very usefull ,cant wait for the review proper.

    only problem with corsair is they are turning their ram modules into skyscrapers too tall to fit some mobo's if you want to use decent hsf's that and it will no doubt carry a large pricetag on its head ,but if it fits and you have the money it should be a nice tool to invest in no doubt

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    yes, by the looks of it, it'll be just like the other 2225 stuff but more expensive, very cool though

    great lil review btw

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    We will review as soon as we have the proper kit hit us - this was a hand made engineering sample.

    We should have them soon.

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