Corsair Memory happened to have some new memory on display in some C19 Nvidia chipset powered Intel boards. Corsair told us that the new 5400UL modules are new and on display for the first time ever. They were very tight lipped about what timings the modules use and what IC’s are on them, but since we work closely with all the memory companies we are fairly sure what is being offered. Below is a shot of the new CM2X512A-5400UL memory modules on the unreleased nVIDIA C19 motherboard.
We are pretty certain that these Corsair XMS 5400UL modules are going to be released with 3-2-2 timings at an amazing 675MHz. The JEDEC standard for DDR2 is set at 5-5-5, so these modules offer far tighter timings and better performance for the enthusiast crowd. Finally, we are seeing DDR2 memory hit low latencies, thanks to recent IC revisions and companies like Corsair always searching for the best combination of IC and PCB for enthusiasts. Corsair did state that they would be launching these modules in the near future and offer 512MB and 1GB modules.
As you can tell Corsair has a ton of things going on right now. A huge move is in the works and new products continue to keep coming. Looks like 2005 will be a very busy time for Corsair! Head on over to the forums to sound off about the new building or their new PC2-5400 3-2-2 memory.