It obviously wasn’t
an insurmountable problem, as we saw DDR3-2000 triple channel kits not long
after the release of the LGA 1366 i7, and I found that not only did they do
DDR3-2000 at that voltage, they were all able to be overclocked beyond that.
Now that the LGA 1156 has been released, we need dual channel kits utilizing
that same low voltage requirement. That obviously was no problem, the memory
was already there, they just needed packaging that held only two modules rather
than three. Today I will be looking at one of Corsair’s low voltage dual
channel kits, the Corsair Dominator DDR3 -1600 i7/i5 4GB Dual Channel kit. It
is XMP enabled, sports Corsair’s Dominator cooling fins, and timed at 8-8-8-24.
Of course its Vdimm is 1.65v. Will the Dominator dominate? Read on to see! @ ThinkComputers