Corsair shows mostly memories and suppliers, when the company's memories were accompanied by a purposeful explanation that tries to persuade consumers to buy larger, faster volumes.
For gamers (and of course, graphics and video editors), it's clear that the default for total desktop memory is 2 gigabytes, since the extra performance is immediate. In addition, the drastic price declines in the memory market over the past year have led to the fact that the difference between DDR2 and 1 gigabytes is so small that it does not exist. The arrival of Microsoft's Vista operating system over the past year has created demand for a larger volume of system memory as well. In addition, switching to Vista on the 2 bit opens the door to the possibility of memory expansion beyond 64 gigabytes, with the next step being the transition to 2 gigabytes.
By being a maker of memories, She asks
Corsair promote the use of faster memories, and of course in larger volumes. recently The company released a study
Which examines the impact of the transition from 2 to 4 gigabytes of memory on improving performance in computer games, using the Vista operating system version 64-bit of course. According to the company, the improvement is felt both in the average frames per second and mainly in the minimum frame value. Of course, a larger volume has an effect on the transition between different tasks and the loading rate of games. Although the study deals with DDR2 memories, the company said this also applies to DDR3. There is no doubt that research that comes from a company that has a clear interest should be taken with limited interest, but it certainly indicates a change in the market trend.
At Computex, Chose Corsair to highlight
Exactly this issue, And displayed two computer stations
, One with 2 gigabytes of memory (two 1 GB modules) and the other with 4 gigabytes of memory (two 2 GB modules) of DDR3 memory of the best model available The company has to offer a DDR3-2000 Dominator with timings of 10-10-10-24. According to the company, the memories will come from the plant at declared speed of the 2.0 GHz so they do not need to be rushed to that speed. The memories Are expected to reach the market
During the third quarter of this year, but their recommended price in the US, which is estimated at about $ 670, will definitely make a hole in your pocket. Introduced
The company also has similar, but lower-speed memories of 1.6 GHz (and 9-9-9-24 times) for those who do not want to spend so much money, since the price of this set will be half that of The previous estimate, and will be about $ 300.
By the way, by precisely these memories, The company succeeded
Breaking a world record by bringing them to the speed of the 2462 megahertz on the ASUS P5E3 Motherboard and the Intel E8400 processor. However, please note that the company used one memory module, the volume of 1 GB.
Corsair also introduced its line of power supplies, from 520 and 620 Watts, which it has been selling for a long time to its new 1000 and Watt power supply supplier. The company first unveiled this monstrous supplier in January this year, during CES, but its official launch Took place only later
, At CeBIT. According to the company's representatives at the time, its marketing was supposed to start around the same time, but it seems that only now is the marketing of this supplier really beginning. also, The company updated
Because later this year it plans to launch a new power supply with a power supply of 800 watts, and do not be surprised if it is called HX-800. Corsair seems to be aware of the growing demand for power supplies in this capacity, As we have recently checked out