Corsair Vengeance RGB DDR4 Memory Now Available


Corsair Vengeance RGB DDR4 Memory

Corsair has this week announced the launch of its new Vengeance RGB DDR4 Memory, which is capable of not only adding a performance to your gaming rig but also plenty of colour thanks to its integrated RGB LEDs which are included in every module.

The “precision engineered” light bar has fitted to the top of each ram module and generates custom lighting with four different modes available in the form of static, rainbow, breathing and colour shift.

The new RAM is now available in 16GB (2 x 8GB) and 32GB (4 x 8GB) 3000MHz kits, with additional capacity and frequency kits coming soon, jump over to the official Corsair website for more details and pricing.

Features of the new RAM include :

– VENGEANCE RGB’s built-in heat spreader doesn’t just look great, it keeps each memory module cool to maintain performance and stability under high load operations. Using a custom performance PCB and carefully hand-screened ICs, VENGEANCE RGB guarantees better signalling and superior overlocking potential. VENGEANCE RGB’s XMP 2.0 support makes overclocking simple and easy for novices or seasoned PC builders, allowing users to safely switch between pre-configured tested Intel XMP profiles and get the guaranteed performance out of their DRAM kit.

– VENGEANCE RGB’s CORSAIR LINK software control is compatible with a wide range of Intel DDR4 platforms, from dual-channel Z270 and Z170 to quad-channel X99, with more boards adding compatibility every week and AMD Ryzen support planned soon. What’s more, VENGEANCE RGB is also compatible with third-party motherboard software RGB control, allowing users to synchronize DRAM and motherboard RGB lighting. Gigabyte is the first to offer VENGEANCE RGB support through its RGB Fusion App, with other motherboard partners coming soon.

– CORSAIR’s first ever RGB DDR4 kits are available immediately in 16GB (2 x 8GB) and 32GB (4 x 8GB) 3000MHz kits, with additional capacity and frequency kits coming soon.

Source: TPU : Corsair

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