Corsair has introduced the Dominator GTX, claimed to be the world's fastest memory module with XMP-profiles. The Dominator GTX DDR3 (CMGTX1) module features an XMP-profile that allows for a speed of 2333 MHz. Corsair states that the modules are handpicked to ensure stability. Each module has a 2GB capacity and at 2333 MHz uses 9-11-9-27 latencies at 1.65 V. These latencies are retained when overclocking the module to 2400 MHz.
To test the new RAM, Corsair used Gigabyte's GA-P55A-UD4P motherboard, after which the manufacturer guaranteed compatibility with Intel's P55-platform. The memory chips are cooled by Corsair's familiar DHX+ heatsink. This heatsink sports extra long cooling fins, allowing for a better heat dissipation. Corsair also recommends using its Airflow 2 GTL (CMXAF2 GTL) fan to further cool the modules.
The CMGTX1 modules can only be purchased through Corsair's Online Store, bearing a pricetag of $200 USD a piece. Because the modules are handpicked, they are only available in limited quantities.