Corsair Rev2 PC3200XL 2-2-2 Memory (TWINX1024-3200XL)

@ 2005/01/05
In the middle of 2004, Corsair re-introduced the market to '2-2-2' memory modules with its XL line. I reviewed the Corsair TWINX1024-3200XL PRO Series Dual Channel Memory Kit back in July and was very pleased with it. Not one to rest on its laurels, Corsair decided to improve this popular and award-winning product.

How do you improve such good RAM? Well, you don't change too much. At the heart of the new revision of the 3200XL modules are the same Samsung TCCD chips that were used in the original 3200XL sticks (and now in many competing products). The main difference between the old and new XL's is the PCB (printed circuit board). Corsair made some design enhancements to the PCB in order to support higher top-end clock speeds. That adds up to the new 3200XL overclocking to high speeds with more success than the old one.

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