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Who was the first to make low latency memory? Corsair. Who was the first to use heatspreaders for memory? Corsair. Who was the first to have pretty LED's for memory? Corsair. If I was wrong about any of the information, please correct me. But if I'm right, then Corsair is the first to provide enthusiasts with flashy looks. Corsair is always on the lookout for the newest thing. They discovered the great potential in the Samsung TCCD chips and allowed enthusiasts the joy of running extremely low latencies.
What good is running low latencies and buying high end hardware if you can't show them off to your computer illiterate friends? Benchers get the joy of out crunching numbers, but gamers on the go usually have nothing "special" to display, other than the modded box. Corsair's Pro series of memory was the memory that changed all that. Gamers were able to provide some additional "fireworks" to catch wandering eyes. This time, Corsair has outdone themselves with a whole new next generation of flashy looks. Corsair introduces their Xpert line of memory, the first to feature an LED display. The LED's come with a default setting and can be programmed however you wish.