Corsair has introduced their new Corsair XMS Xpert CMXP512-3200XL memory and it can almost talk. The PC3200 DDR modules don’t shy away from a slight overclock, but that’s not their forte. These modules have LED displays that enable the user to program exactly what it is that they want to see on the memory chips. This wouldn’t be worth the time and money for someone like me who doesn’t have a window, or a 100% acrylic computer enclosure, to view the guts of my processing tower. But there are tons of people who do in fact have that window and could get a one-up on those with regular old boring DIMM slot no-LCD-having memory modules.
Trusted reviews gives out the nitty gritty on these programmable displays of memory. Maybe it’s time for me to dust off the dremel, purchase some fiberglass, and start making a window so I “Live Digitally” can be displayed on my two 512 sticks of Corsair XMS Xpert memory.