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Corsair Announces Availability of 2000MHz Vengeance High-Performance DDR3 Memory Kits

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  1. btarunr

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    Corsair, a worldwide designer and supplier of high-performance components to the PC gaming hardware market, today announced the availability of 2000MHz versions of the award-winning Vengeance family of DDR3 memory.

    The new 2000MHz kits are equipped with aluminum heat spreaders anodized in Jet Black. They join the 1600MHz Vengeance DDR3 memory kits, which are available in either Jet Black or Cerulean Blue, and the 1866MHz Vengeance DDR3 kit, available in Jet Black.

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    "Our new 2000MHz Vengeance memory is perfect for PC gamers and enthusiasts, as well as systems integrators who value the outstanding overclockability of the Vengeance family, and are looking for even more speed." said Thi La, Vice President of Memory Products at Corsair. "They're a great choice for anyone looking to make the most of their high-performance system."

    The 2000MHz kits, and the entire Vengeance family of DDR3 memory, are compatible with all current Intel and AMD platforms. They will initially be available in the following configurations:

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    Corsair Vengeance memory kits, including the new 2000MHz versions, are available immediately from Corsair's worldwide network of resellers and distributors.
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    Cas 10 = fail!!!
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    I want to see 2000mhz cas6 1.5V sticks damnit!
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    Yeah, but I don't wanna see the price.
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    Another overly expensive comparatively low-performing set of RAM from Corsair..

    Seriously, it's like they live in a world where they think they have no competition.

    G.Skill FTW!
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    Cas 10? That is the kind of B.S. You would expect from say, "OCZ Gaming Fatal1ty Ram" when it was Cas 6 when everything else at the same speed was Cas 5...
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    +2 and with that height several high end air coolers wouldn't fit.
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    What the hell? Their 1600MHz kits were based around 4GB dims. Why the hell are they going back to 2GB with these?
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    My first thought was meh cas 10 is not too bad for 2ghz on 4gb modules.... wtf wait a sec, they are 2gb modules apart from the 12gb kit :(

    I'm unimpressed, 4gb modules are the only ones that interest me for my next upgrade.
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    These sticks are ugly. Period. End of story.

    Did they hire someone from the design team at Thermaltake?

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    +3, also heatspreaders are mostly cosmetic, so why are they making them so big and so ugly, risking incompatibility with most high end air coolers.
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    4GB modules are the only modules that should interest people. No price difference to 2x2GB kits, better upgradeability (is that even a word??? :p)..
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    This is especially true when the heat-spreaders barely touch the chips:
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