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Corsair XMS4400 1GB TwinX Memory Kit Review
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The Modules

Like all TCCD-based modules we have reviewed in the past, the Corsair TWINX1024-4400C25PT is a matched pair of two 512MB DDR SDRAM modules. Each module is a double-sided module with sixteen chips.

Both modules

We all know that PCB designs can influence the overclocking ability. Based on their experience with the 3200XL modules, Corsair knew that using JEDEC's reference PCB design would hamper the module's overclockability. Therefore, they decided to give the reference design a skip and go for something better.

As you can see from the shot above, Corsair has chosen to use the Brainpower PCB, which is now used by memory manufacturers like OCZ and G.Skill.


Module Specifications

These are the specification for the TWINX1024-4400C25PT.

Module Capacity
512 MB
64M x 4 banks x 16 bits
Speed Grade
Actual Memory Clock
275 MHz
Data Transfers Per Clock
Maximum Transfer Rate
4.4 GB/s
2.5 - 4 - 4
Average Refresh Rate
15.6 µs
I/O Voltage
2.75 V

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