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  • Because of the complexity in screening, manufacturing and testing, the Dominator GT family will be available only through the exclusive online GT Performance Shop at www. corsair.com, where Corsair will offer also offer the full range of cooling options for the Dominator GT family.

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  • The modules, according to Corsair, can be actively cooled as much as 20 degrees below ambient temperature. remont, CA, February 5th, 2009 - Corsair®, a worldwide leader in high-performance computer and flash memory products, today announced the launch of the new Dominator GT line of ultra high-performance DDR3 memory modules for Intel® Core ™ i7-based systems.

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  • Corsair develops innovative solution to transform any USB flash drive into a powerful and flexible portable backup and recovery device Fremont, CA, March 31st, 2009 - Corsair®, a worldwide leader in high-performance computer and flash memory products, today announced the Voyager Port portable backup solution for USB flash drives.

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  • Corsair Cooling Hydro Series H50 High-Performance CPU cooler on a motherboard in the Corsair®

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  • Corsair Memory recent press release (s) 2333MHz Corsair® Dominator ™ GTX confirmed as World's Fastest Intel® XMP-certified memory

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  • A Corsair is credited with flying the last official combat mission in the war - bombing a target in Cambodia on 15 August 1973.

    Parker, John J.

  • Corsair is credited with flying the last official combat mission in the war

    Hass, Leon F.

  • He did not stop to examine into the condition of the galley-slaves in the ports of his own France, or to inquire whether the word Corsair applied to Moslems alone.

    The Story of the Barbary Corsairs

  • One of those ships, specially built, was named the Corsair and carried a picture of Nelson in the captain's cabin, which was very small 'indeed.

    Sweden's Relationship with the British Empire and with Canada in Particular

  • In 1839, owing to a temporary coolness with the proprietor of the Mirror, Willis accepted the proposal of his friend, Dr. Porter, that he should start a new weekly paper called the Corsair, one of a whole crop of pirate weeklies that started up with the establishment of the first service of Atlantic liners.

    Little Memoirs of the Nineteenth Century

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  • "During this journey to Carlisle Lizzie Eustace almost made up her mind that Lord George was the very Corsair she had been expecting ever since she had mastered Lord Byron's great poem."

    -Trollope in The Eustace Diamonds

    December 22, 2009