UPDATE: March 16th, 2009
KICKASS overclocking + video for your viewing pleasure
I had finally found time to focus some more on overclocking action with our Dominator 2000C7 GT!
If you're interested in what we've been up to, and what came out of it , click on the image to watch a video I cooked up
As far as I've seen around, some current triple-channel DDR3 frequency records fell in this video - top DDR3 frequency in triple-channel 3x2GB configuration and max. SuperPi 32M stable
YouTube video (switch to HQ mode for better fidelity) --- click on image
SuperPi 32M @ DDR3-2266 7-8-7-20
SuperPi 32M @ DDR3-2280 7-8-7-20
CPU-Z Validation @ DDR3-2380 7-8-7-20, triple-channel 3x2GB
CPUVtt / Uncore voltage is not correctly reported in TurboV - it's not thaaat high
Let me know what you think about the video, and the results, please
BTW: More 2000C7GTs for those of you interested in snatching one for yourself are coming into the Corsair Store within days now... Stand by
UPDATE: February 4th, 2009
For all of you that have been patiently waiting for it, CORSAIR DOMINATOR GT is officially available for purchase through our brand new...
Corsair Online Store
Both 3x2GB Dominator GT kits are in stock
TR3X6G2000C7GTF - 3 x 2GB | 7-8-7-20 @ 1.65V
TR3X6G1866C7GTF - 3 x 2GB | 7-8-7-20 @ 1.65V
Head over, and grab one
Hi to all XS Bandwidth Addicts and lurkers,
It's been few months since my last contribution to Xtreme Bandwidth, but work kept me very busy lately, particularly with low-voltage Core i7 targeted memory products. So, what could be a better way to to stage a mini-comeback than give you all a glimpse into very near future of ultra-high performance DDR3 memory from Corsair, for your Intel Core i7 hardcore overclocking pleasure?
Let me introduce you to the ONE to rule them all...
Corsair DOMINATOR GT
3 x 2GB
If you somehow managed to look away from those bad a$$ looking DHX2 modules , let's get on with some serious torture, making sure stability is tip-top...
CPU: Intel Core i7 965XE
Cooling: Thermalright Ultra 120 LGA1366
Motherboard 1: Gigabyte EX58-UD5, BIOS F3
Motherboard 2: Asus P6T Deluxe, BIOS 0905
Video card: eVGA GeForce GTX 280, Forceware 180.48
PSU: Corsair HX1000
Note1: Click on the any screenshots for larger version, please...
Note2: The latest CPU-Z 1.49 is used. All previous builds did not report CAS latency properly. For your assurance, Everest Ultimate and CPU Tweaker 1.0 is also displayed on screenshots.