Corsair & ASUS team up with new enthusiast products

Written by Tim Smalley

September 28, 2005 | 09:34

Tags: #a8n-sli #battlefield-2 #enthusiast #fear #ge #modules #nforce-4 #sli #sli-x16 #wifi

Companies: #amd #asus #corsair #intel #nvidia

Earlier this week, Corsair and ASUS announced new products for the bleeding edge enthusiast with the focus based around NVIDIA's NForce 4 SLI X16 chipset, which was launched a few weeks back now.

ASUS recently announced its A8N32-SLI Deluxe and P5N32-SLI Deluxe motherboard ranges with optional WiFi. Both ranges are based on the NVIDIA NForce 4 SLI X16 chipset, with the P5N32 being based on the NForce 4 SLI Intel Edition chipset.

The boards have 8-phase power - which should help to improve overclocking stability - and feature a completely fanless design using the heatpipe technology that was found on their previous A8N-SLI Premium motherboards. For those who are looking to watercool - there are optional fans included to help improve the airflow and heat removal from the motherboards' cooling solution.

Along with this, Corsair have announced that they have worked together with ASUS in the development of the A8N32-SLI Deluxe motherboards and has launched its 2GB TwinX2048-3500LL PRO dual channel kit that operates at 2.0-3-2-6-1T.

We understand that these modules are the industry's first 1GB modules capable of delivering high performance with tight memory timings at DDR437. Corsair is also well known for its hand tested dual channel packs and lifetime warranty, providing peace of mind for anyone purchasing one of their dual channel memory packs.

The need for fast 1GB modules has become more apparent since the release of Battlefield 2 and impending release of F.E.A.R. - both of which show benefits from having 2GB of system memory.

Both products should be available for purchase today from your favourite online retailer. Let us know your thoughts in the forums.
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