Corsair Vengeance LED Released

Corsair’s Vengeance brand of memory has long been desirable and the company has just launched its light-up DDR4 which it says is ideal for overclocking, the Corsair Vengeance LED

They said it is pretty much unmistakable thanks to its brilliant LED-lit top bar and aggressively styled aluminium industrial design.

The Corsair Vengeance LED is optimised for maximum performance on the latest Intel X99 and 100 series motherboards.

The memory sticks come in either red LED and white LED variants.

These are said to not only light up your case, but also the performance of PC builds.

They can run at blistering performance frequencies of up to 4,333MHz.

The illuminated top bar sets it immediately apart, providing the perfect mix of eye-catching brightness and aggressive styling thanks to them being able to ‘pulse’ too.

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Imagine combining them with the company’s full range of cases, liquid CPU coolers, fans and power supplies.

Each module is built using a ten-layer PCB for better signalling and uses carefully screened ICs for superior overclocking and reliability.

The functional heat spreader ensures rapid heat dissipation to ensure cool and stable performance and each kit is fully XMP 2.0 compatible, allowing users to instantly set their memory to its specified speed and achieve the best possible performance and stability.

The Vengeance LED has launched with a wide variety of capacities and speeds to provide users with a wealth of upgrade and PC building options.

It is available in 16GB 2 x 8GB module, 32GB 4 x 8GB/2 x 16GB module and 64GB 4 x 16GB module capacities, and frequencies from 2,666MHz to that astonishing 4,333MHz.

The company said: “Vengeance LED is ready to power everything from high-end content creation and 3D rendering work stations to the most ambitious of gaming systems. Kits running at 2,600MHz and 2,666MHz run at 1.2V, while kits at frequencies of 3,000MHz and higher run at 1.35V. All Vengeance LED memory is backed by CORSAIR’s lifetime DRAM warranty.”


Written by Chris Murphy

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