â€œNowadays, memory and all of its buzzwords can be just as confusing to the average consumer, if not more so, than many of the common PC terminologies. Youâ€™ll hear things like Dual Channel, PC3200 this, PC4000 that, CAS latency, and cryptic number arrays like 2-3-3-6 that one can only guess heralded from the days of WWII and the old Enigma machines. Due to the common use of all these buzzwords amongst all the various manufacturers, how does one go about setting themselves apart from the others when your product sounds nearly identical to all the other Dick and Janeâ€™s in the market?
Well, you could go the road that Corsair decided to travel by taking their already successful PC4000 XMS line of memory modules and give them a new suit to hit the town with. Being that case modding is an entire industry in and of itself, what better way is there to stand out than come up with something thatâ€™ll be sure to strike a nerve with the community?â€