Thursday, June 23rd 2016

Corsair Lights Up DDR4 with New Vengeance LED Performance Memory

CORSAIR, a world leader in enthusiast memory, PC components and high-performance gaming hardware today announced the immediate release of its new Vengeance LED series of performance DDR4 memory.

Unmistakable thanks to its brilliant LED-lit top bar and aggressively styled aluminum industrial design, Vengeance LED is optimized for maximum performance on the latest Intel X99 and 100 series motherboards. Available in both red LED and white LED variants, Vengeance LED lights up performance PC builds with bright integrated lighting designed to make your PC look as good as it runs, alongside blistering performance at frequencies up to 4333 MHz.
Vengeance LED's stunning LED-lit top bar sets it immediately apart, providing the perfect mix of eye-catching brightness and aggressive styling. Available with either red or white LED lighting, each Vengeance LED DIMM's LED top bar pulses to create an eye catching display. The result is a fantastic aesthetic designed to complement a wide variety of mid-range and high-end motherboards, graphics cards, and CORSAIR's full range of cases, liquid CPU coolers, fans and power supplies.

Beneath the LED lighting Vengeance LED is the culmination of CORSAIR's 20 years of DRAM experience. Each module is built using a ten-layer PCB for better signaling and uses carefully screened ICs for superior overclocking and reliability on the latest Intel X99 and 100 series motherboards. Vengeance LED's signature aluminum 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.

CORSAIR Vengeance LED launches today with a wide variety of capacities and speeds to provide users with a wealth of upgrade and PC building options. 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 an astonishing 4,333MHz, 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.

Availability and Warranty
Vengeance LED in speeds of 2,600MHz - 3,600MHz is available immediately from CORSAIR's worldwide network of authorized retailers and distributors, with faster kits launching shortly.
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12 Comments on Corsair Lights Up DDR4 with New Vengeance LED Performance Memory

#1
proxuser
It's nice Corsair jump on Samsung B-Die imc train :).

3000-cl14 samsung b die ddr4 ran successfully at 3866mhz speed on my z170 hero. and these rams are very good for overclocking. look at hwbot samsung b die thread.
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#2
GhostRyder
Hmm, would not mind a red set of these!
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#3
Chaitanya
Waiting for review. Those rams do look like Avexir Core series though.
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#4
erixx
Wasn't it Corsair itself who started this bullshit? Give me notification LEDS anytime, but this belongs in the X-mas trees section for those with excessive time to look at shiny lights. lol... Just like backlights of keyboards: 1 colour is useful, but a godam circus of different moving LEDs is like HELL.
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#5
TheGuruStud
erixxWasn't it Corsair itself who started this bullshit? Give me notification LEDS anytime, but this belongs in the X-mas trees section for those with excessive time to look at shiny lights. lol... Just like backlights of keyboards: 1 colour is useful, but a godam circus of different moving LEDs is like HELL.
But it makes your e-peen so big. You'll have all the men that are pretending to be girls are WoW so horny.
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#6
Chaitanya
erixxWasn't it Corsair itself who started this bullshit? Give me notification LEDS anytime, but this belongs in the X-mas trees section for those with excessive time to look at shiny lights. lol... Just like backlights of keyboards: 1 colour is useful, but a godam circus of different moving LEDs is like HELL.
It just wasn't Corsair who had activity lights on their rams(on their XMS DDR1 line up), you are forgetting Crucial Tracer line of rams. Also Geil had leds on their RAMs but it used to be single LED stuck in middle of ram.
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#7
erixx
sorry, ok, i am not aware of the whole market, this is only a hobby for me, thanks for sharing the real story as it was!
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#8
Corsair George
Corsair Rep
ChaitanyaIt just wasn't Corsair who had activity lights on their rams(on their XMS DDR1 line up), you are forgetting Crucial Tracer line of rams. Also Geil had leds on their RAMs but it used to be single LED stuck in middle of ram.
I could be wrong but I believe we were first, with the Corsair XMS Pro series in 2003.

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#9
Hood
erixxWasn't it Corsair itself who started this bullshit? Give me notification LEDS anytime, but this belongs in the X-mas trees section for those with excessive time to look at shiny lights. lol... Just like backlights of keyboards: 1 colour is useful, but a godam circus of different moving LEDs is like HELL.
Good point. Back then it didn't really catch on, but now, we're in LED hell - even my beloved Intel 750 series AIC SSD has blinking LEDs on the IO plate! Power supplies, RAM kits, cases, motherboards, video cards, what's next? SATA cables with EL wire? EDIT - Crap! They're already here! www.jab-tech.com/10-18-and-24-uv-and-el-wire-sata-cables/ I give up!
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#10
Chaitanya
Corsair GeorgeI could be wrong but I believe we were first, with the Corsair XMS Pro series in 2003.

I still dont remember who did it first with LED lights on Rams whether it was Corsair's XMS Pro or Crucial's tracer. Although in my first PC(that I built personally) I had initially used Crucial Ballistix Rams which failed and their bad after sales support left a bad taste for that brand so I had to switch to 1GB(512MB*2) DDR 400 kit of XMS Pro which lasted me through 4 years I used that PC for. Also Geil was quite late to LED lit rams with their Dragon series based on DDR2 platform.
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#11
D007
Wow, when did we jump to 4666? lol..
Wonder if that helps in today's gaming, vs say 2133.
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