Thursday, September 14th 2017

Corsair Announces Vengeance LPX DDR4-4600 16GB Memory

CORSAIR, a world leader in PC components high-performance gaming hardware and enthusiast memory, today announced its fastest ever kit of DDR4 memory, VENGEANCE LPX 16GB (2x8GB) 4,600MHz. Co-developed with leading motherboard manufacturer ASRock and its X299 OC Formula motherboard, this latest addition to the CORSAIR range of VENGEANCE LPX memory takes Intel XMP 2.0 performance on the Intel X299 platform and Intel Core X-Series Processors to new heights, able to achieve 4,600MHz with just a single setting.

Built using hand-sorted industry-leading Samsung B-die IC's and running performance timings of CL19-26-26-46 at 1.5V, VENGEANCE LPX 4,600MHz is ready for enthusiasts, overclockers or those who simply demand the very fastest components, to push their system's performance to the limit. High-speed memory doesn't stop at 16GB and CORSAIR also leads the way when it comes to high-speed DDR4 at a wide range of capacities. With more Intel XMP certified kits than every other DRAM manufacturer combined, you'll find record setting kits of VENGEANCE LPX at 32GB (4x8GB) 4,133MHz, 64GB (8x8GB) at 4,200MHz, 32GB (2x16GB) at 4,000MHz and for those who need the maximum in speed and capacity, 128GB (8x16GB) at 3,800MHz.
Backed by a comprehensive lifetime warranty, world-wide technical support and a legacy for performance, CORSAIR DDR4 memory continues to be the leader in speed.

Availability, Warranty and Pricing
VENGEANCE LPX DDR4 4,600MHz will be available from September 21st via the CORSAIR worldwide network of authorized retailers and distributors, or direct from the www.corsair.com webstore. All CORSAIR VENGEANCE LPX DDR4 kits are backed by a lifetime limited warranty and the CORSAIR worldwide customer support network.
For more information, visit the product page.
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5 Comments on Corsair Announces Vengeance LPX DDR4-4600 16GB Memory

#1
jjxaker
Selective B-die does not exist, all chips have the same potential.
G.Skill F4-3000C14D-16GTZ without problems operate at a frequency above 4400Mhz CL19-19-19-39 v1.45, the whole problem is only in qualitative IMC.
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Sabishii Hito
"jjxaker said:
Selective B-die does not exist, all chips have the same potential.
G.Skill F4-3000C14D-16GTZ without problems operate at a frequency above 4400Mhz CL19-19-19-39 v1.45, the whole problem is only in qualitative IMC.
There is definitely a difference in B-die ICs when going for extreme OC like 4133MHz 12-11-11-28 1T. PCB design also plays a part, I guarantee I have some hot potato sticks that won't get anywhere close to 4.4GHz C19.
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jjxaker
"Sabishii Hito said:
There is definitely a difference in B-die ICs when going for extreme OC like 4133MHz 12-11-11-28 1T. PCB design also plays a part, I guarantee I have some hot potato sticks that won't get anywhere close to 4.4GHz C19.
about design PCB, let the owners OEM modules are worried. for TOP modules it is always 10 layers ;)
low timings for high frequencies, this is due only to the voltage, extreme OC 4133MHz CL12 v1.65 no problems :)
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Rehmanpa
That will cost you an arm and both legs as well :P
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#5
ShockG
@ jjxaker Don't know about that. Have lots of lemon B-die sticks and only one set that is C12 4,000 capable.
Moreover they are all from the same vendor, on the same board (APEX)
There will always be variations in ICs. It's not possible for them to be uniformly the same. The same variations that exist in GPU dies and CPUs will exist in memory ICs as well.

Either way, here's hoping these are a good bin
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