Wednesday, February 13th 2019

Corsair Unveils Five 12-module Vengeance LPX DDR4 Memory Kits for W-3175X

Corsair unveiled four new Vengeance LPX series DDR4 memory kits tailored for high-end desktops based on the Xeon W-3175X processor. Of these, one is a 96 GB (12 x 8 GB) kit, and the other four 192 GB (12 x 16 GB), which max out the processor's memory support. The 96 GB kit (CMK96GX4M12P4000C19) ticks at DDR4-4000 MHz, and 19-23-23-45 timings at 1.35 V. The 192 GB kit comes in four flavors based on speed: DDR4-2667, DDR4-3200, DDR4-3600, and DDR4-4000. Corsair has tested the XMP 2.0 profiles of these modules to work on the ASUS ROG Dominus motherboard.

The top-dog 192 GB DDR4-4000 kit (CMK192GX4M12P4000C19) is priced at USD $2,999. It achieves DDR4-4000 with 19-23-23-45 timings and 1.35 V. The 192 GB DDR4-3600 kit (CMK192GX4M12P3600C18) goes for $2,319, with 18-19-19-39 timings, and 1.35 V. The 192 GB DDR4-3200 kit (CMK192GX4M12P3200C16) is significantly cheaper at $1,719, and ticks at 16-18-18-36. Lastly, the most "affordable" 192 GB DDR4-2666 kit (CMK192GX4M12P2666C16) can be yours for $1,584. You get 16-18-18-35 timings at 1.2 V. The DDR4-4000 models of both the 96 GB and 192 GB kits include a set of two Vengeance Airflow memory coolers.
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5 Comments on Corsair Unveils Five 12-module Vengeance LPX DDR4 Memory Kits for W-3175X

#1
FreedomEclipse
~Technological Technocrat~
the Irony is that you'll need to take out a small mortgage to own one of these kits.
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newtekie1
Semi-Retired Folder
FreedomEclipse said:
the Irony is that you'll need to take out a small mortgage to own one of these kits.
You'll need a small mortgage for the CPU these go with too.
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FreedomEclipse
~Technological Technocrat~
newtekie1 said:
You'll need a small mortgage for the CPU these go with too.
That would also require you to write to your government and demand they assign your machine its own post/zip code
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#4
Metroid
Welcome to high end memory where it costs just $2000 or more.
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#5
Diverge
History has repeated itself. Active cooling of memory sticks is back...
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