In this story we reported the introduction of a new set of memories Dominator by Corsair. This series is offered to enthusiasts, but that is for gamers in particular to overclocks. High frequencies and very low timings have become particularly important for DDR2 memory with the introduction of Core 2 Duo from Intel. Frequencies equal to 450/500 MHz FSB is now a classic for those who overclock more motivated.
The problem that was encountered early in the tests with overclocking Core 2 Duo was the inability to keep the RAM 1:1 with the FSB because of the high-frequency FSB. This time Corsair thought mainly to overclocks and was able to offer the world's fastest kit. These memories are the Corsair Dominator PC2-10000 operating at a frequency of 1250 MHz with latencies of 5-5-5-18 and 2.45V at default.
The series Dominator has a new technology called dissipation Dual-path Heat Xchange this technology offers a new dissipation system consisting of two layers of aluminum around the PCB. The two layers of aluminum foil as you can see from the diagram and the photos are higher than usual.
The design is certainly innovative and modern as well as being effective. Now let's see in detail the technology heat sink with DHX. Indeed it is thanks to this new technology that Corsair was able to run these memories to 1250 MHz with 2.45V.
Together with the Dominator XMS2-10000C5D, PC2-8888 PC2-6400 C4 and the C3 comes yet another accessory to cool memories called Corsair Dominator Airflow. This accessory consists of a bridge with 3 fans that is fixed on the statements.