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"The great thing about high-speed system memory is that it never really becomes obsolete. The high-speed DDR2-1066 I purchased over three years ago is still top-shelf even by today's standard. Likewise, Corsair's lifetime product warranty ensures that this will be the last RAM upgrade you'll need for quite a while. Anyone using a 32-bit O/S should consider A 3GB (3x 1GB) triple-channel memory kit, because almost half of a 6GB kit would go unmapped and wasted. Likewise, the average 64-bit user is usually better-off utilizing a 6GB kit than packing 12GB of system memory into the computer. The Corsair Dominator-GT DDR3 triple-channel memory kits offer the best of both worlds: high speeds and relatively low latency. For PC hardware enthusiasts who can afford the purchase price, this memory kit could mean the difference between joining the 4.0GHz overclock club or being like everyone else. Make sure that overclocking is your end-goal, since Corsair offers other kits with better value."
"It's now time to look at a high-performance memory kit for the AMD platform. Will this offering from Corsair deliver? Let's find out."
"The Corsair Dominator GT is an excellent memory kit. It looks awesome, it performs well, and gave me the highest memory overclock I've seen on my rig yet. The included fan adds some extra cooling, which is nice on a watercooled rig, there often isn't much airflow around the motherboard when you don't have a CPU fan blowing. The fan is just audible when running at full speed, I couldn't hear it over my other fans, but if you plug it into a motherboard fan header that is adjustable, you can get it down to silent running."
"For most it's going to come down to the money and the problem is value is going to be completely dependent on the user and what they want. If you're going to run your system at stock these are terrible value. On the other hand, if you want some fast high quality modules that look and perform great, the overall value of them is excellent. This kit here today continues to let us know that the Dominator GT name gives us the highest quality of memory. If you want to spend money and need to see some serious MHz then take a serious look at these Corsair Dominator GT modules."