GeIL Enhance Corsa and Evo Corsa DDR3 Memory Kits Review

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GeIL Enhance Corsa DDR3 and Evo Corsa DDR3 Dual Channel Kits Review

GeIL Enhance Corsa DDR3 and Evo Corsa DDR3 Dual Channel Kits

Over the last month or so there has been a lot of focus on Intel’s new X79 chipset and the new enthusiast class processors which run on it. With great performance and the new quad channel architecture there was a lot to like about new components based on this technology however as always with new technology it doesn’t offer the best value to performance ratio.

The Z68 architecture and Sandy Bridge CPUs, otherwise known as processors such as the Core i7-2700K offer a great balance of price to performance and today we are looking at two memory kits from GeIL which are designed for that platform. The Evo kit offers speeds above 2100MHz for the high end user and the Enhance modules are more mainstream, though guaranteed to overclock.

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