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Corsair ValueSelect 2 x 2GB 1333MHz DDR3 Desktop Memory Module (CMV4GX3M2A1333C9)
• 240-pin DIMM • Latency 9-9-9-24 • 1.6V
NIVO#: 19960Mnf.#: CMV4GX3M2A1333C9
Warranty: lifetime
Our price: 
R 749.95
 (incl. VAT)
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Please make sure you have checked compatibility between the memory you want to purchase and the motherboard or notebook for which the memory is intended to be used. If the package is opened and the memory is not in resealable condition it cannot be returned for credit.

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Overview & Features top

Value Select - Price/Performance Desktop Memory

Corsair built its reputation on performance memory that shines in the most demanding computing situations: extreme gaming and high-transaction processing environments. But not all computers are put to such extreme usage. So we brought the same reliability, testing and Corsair quality to a line of memory designed to support standard computing situations such as popular office applications. Now it’s one of our most popular memory lines. Backed with a lifetime warranty, it’s memory you can rely on.
Specification top
General
Module or Kit
Memory Module
Manufacturer Code
CMV4GX3M2A1333C9
Product Line
ValueSelect
Memory Type
Desktop
Module Name
PC3-10666
Memory Technology
DDR3
Number of Modules
2
Module Capacity
2 GB
Memory Socket
240-pin DIMM
 
Features
Error Correcting Codes (ECC)
-
Registered
-
Cooling
-
 
Performance
Max Clock Frequency
1333 MHz
CAS Latency
CL9
Latency Timings
9-9-9-24
Voltage
1.6 volts
 
Customer Reviews top
featuresease of usevalue for moneymeets expectations
 
Reviewed by Docdunc from Eastern Cape on 17/06/2010   
Expertise: Home builder
Best uses: workstation
DDR3 now the way to go!
Previously expensive, now not, especially if you are using a dual channel board. Rather go for the tripple channel set and board if you are a gamer, or high end user