Thursday, July 18th 2019

Corsair Announces New 32GB Vengeance LPX DDR4 Memory Modules

CORSAIR, a world leader in PC gaming peripherals and enthusiast components, today announced the addition of 32 GB modules to its range of VENGEANCE LPX high-performance DDR4 memory, allowing PC builders to equip their systems with more DDR4 memory than ever before. VENGEANCE LPX has long been a premiere choice for custom PC builders looking for high frequencies and ambitious overclocks, and that tradition continues with the launch of 32 GB modules - the first time that such a capacity of premium DRAM has been made widely available to consumers in a standard size DDR4 module.

The new modules feature the same craftsmanship and quality that CORSAIR customers expect from the VENGEANCE LPX name. Thoroughly tested for wide compatibility with most current DDR4 motherboards, designed for high-performance overclocking with a pure aluminium heatspreader, and available in multiple colors to match your system's look, VENGEANCE LPX 32 GB DDR4 modules set the standard for enthusiast memory. Launching in frequencies of 2,400 MHz and 2,666 MHz in kits of 1x, 2x,4x and 8x modules, or 3,000 MHz in kits of 1x and 2x modules, you'll be sure to find a configuration to fit your custom PC and take its memory capacity up to 128 GB on mainstream 4-DIMM slot, and up to 256 GB on high-end desktop 8-DIMM slot motherboards.
Today CORSAIR also launches its new TUF Gaming VENGEANCE R GB PRO DDR4 memory in 16 GB kits (8MBx2). CORSAIR is proud to be a partner in the ASUS TUF Gaming Alliance, with premium R GB memory sporting the signature TUF Gaming aesthetic, guaranteed for compatibility with any TUF Gaming motherboard.

In addition, all CORSAIR R GB DDR4 memory is now compatible with ASUS Aura Sync R GB motherboard control. Using an easy-to-install Aura Sync plugin alongside CORSAIR iCUE software, users are now free to choose whether to control their R GB memory's lighting through ASUS Aura Sync, or CORSAIR iCUE software.
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13 Comments on Corsair Announces New 32GB Vengeance LPX DDR4 Memory Modules

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btarunr, post: 4083106, member: 43587"
and up to 256 GB on high-end desktop 8-DIMM slot motherboards.
I presume this is TR4 only.
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dj-electric
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I presume this is TR4 only.
2011/2066
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dj-electric, post: 4083126, member: 87186"
2011/2066
2066? I'm sure if you populate all the DIMMs you can't run 256gb? Or at least, according to the QVL list on my X299 Omega, there is no support for 32gb DIMMS.
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#5
bonehead123
yea, but will it allow us to finally play Crysis, hehehe ?

but why stick to the lower end of the speed charts when developing these new modules, why not go all out & make some 4000-5000Mhz sticks too ???
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dj-electric
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2066? I'm sure if you populate all the DIMMs you can't run 256gb? Or at least, according to the QVL list on my X299 Omega, there is no support for 32gb DIMMS.
QVLs worth jack
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dj-electric, post: 4083136, member: 87186"
QVLs worth jack
Guess we'll have to see if X299 boards even take these DIMMs, 256gb of ram will be insane haha
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Imsochobo
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I presume this is TR4 only.
Works on Am4 too
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#9
mashie
How much will it cost though? DDR4 ECC RDIMMs are finally coming down in price, still £360 or so for a 64GB LRDIMM but it would be fun to have 512GB across 8 slots on this Xeon build.
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Imsochobo, post: 4083185, member: 66457"
Works on Am4 too
It also works on z390, but that wasn't the point, I quoted the 256gb ram part.
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#11
BoiseTech
dj-electric, post: 4083136, member: 87186"
QVLs worth jack
Yup, I have an itx board in my nas that supports 4gb (2x2gb) per the mobo's recommendation, but I've got 8gb (2x4gb) installed, and it works great without any issues.
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#12
Crackong
Can older MB support this by BIOS update?
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#13
gmn 17
Woohoo 256GB here i come
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