Corsair has added support for AMD’s Black Edition Memory Profiles, so changing that configuration should be a breeze with AMD’s OverDrive Windows utility. Keeping the module’s memory chips and PCB cool are Corsair’s DHX+ heatsinks, which have removable fins to support Corsair’s liquid cooling products, and the kit itself ships with a clip-on air cooler with dual 60mm fans.
Granted, most people building an AMD-based rig these days are probably working with a tight budget. Nevertheless, Corsair's premium DDR3 kit can be yours for $350 by heading over to their online store (and only their store).
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