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Corsair Announces Availability of Cerulean Blue Vengeance High-Performance DDR3 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 a new blue version of their award-winning Vengeance family of DDR3 memory modules. Vengeance DDR3 memory is optimized for overclocking and compatibility, at an attractive price point. The original Vengeance modules, released to critical acclaim in November 2010, are equipped with aluminum heat spreaders anodized in Jet Black.

    The new modules offer performance identical to the original, with Cerulean Blue anodized heat spreaders that provide a great match with the latest 2nd generation Intel Core processor family motherboards from ASUS, MSI, and Gigabyte. The striking blue color is shared with Corsair Gaming Series power supplies, allowing users to maintain a consistent color scheme throughout their system. Style-conscious system builders can also mix original Jet Black and new Cerulean Blue Vengeance modules for an even more dramatic look that matches their motherboard.

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    "The Vengeance family combines provides outstanding overclockability and an aggressive look at an affordable price," said Thi La, Vice President of Memory Products at Corsair. "The new blue heat spreaders give builders and integrators more choice in customizing their systems, whether they are building a new Sandy Bridge-based PC, or they just want to add bold look to an existing one."

    Cerulean Blue Vengeance memory kits will initially be available in the following configurations. All Vengeance DDR3 memory is compatible with current Intel and AMD platforms.

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  2. tilldeath New Member

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    IMO, that thing is sex!
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    These scream icy!
    Perfect design, stylish and the timings are astonishing
    These are super-ram
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    WOW wish they had these when I got my Vengeance,would match my ASROCK EXTREME 6 perfect.
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    Now make them orange! :D
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    seriously, more 1600mhz at CAS9????:shadedshu
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    And I'm sorry but "Blue Vengeance" sounds way better than "Cerulean Blue Vengeance". If I were still a teenager I would use a certain derogatory word to describe that name.
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    Isn't the better option to go for a higher freq CAS9, or whatever, then simply downclock it & tighten the timings?
    For example get 2133 CAS9, the drop it to something like 1600 CAS6? I'm a mem-n00b, so this is a genuine question and something I have been considering doing for my next upgrade.

    BTW, I'm so sick of these RAM sticks with vertical fins.:shadedshu
    They should at least make them detachable so that people like myself who find their CPU HSF sits over the memory can still buy it... although I wouldn't buy these anyway!:eek:
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    I do want these. Would go awesome with a Gigabye board :)
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    What's so astonishing about the timings?? :shadedshu
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    That is exactly what I was going to say. I want to see some 4GB sticks that are actually rated for 1600MHz CAS7 already. Though with the voltage on these only being 1.5v, it is possible these will do 1600MHz CAS7 with a voltage bump. Though I'd rather see them just rated for 1600MHz CAS7 1.6v to begin with.
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