Thursday, January 21st 2021

Visualize, Synchronize, Mesmerize - CORSAIR Launches New VENGEANCE RGB PRO SL Memory

CORSAIR, a world leader in PC gaming peripherals and enthusiast components, today announced a new range of high-performance DDR4 memory kits to its renowned VENGEANCE RGB PRO lineup, CORSAIR VENGEANCE RGB PRO SL. Initially available in a wide range of frequencies up to 3,600MHz and kits up to 128GB (4x32GB) in both black and white, VENGEANCE RGB PRO SL boasts dynamic ten-zone RGB lighting in a form-factor just 44mm tall, offering wide compatibility with nearly any PC build. Each module is tightly screened and optimized for peak performance and overclocking potential, for memory that matches its mesmerizing visuals with equally impressive performance.

At 44mm tall, VENGEANCE RGB PRO SL's compact form-factor enables compatibility with a multitude of CPU cooler options, including dual-fan AIO liquid CPU coolers and many air coolers such as the CORSAIR A500. Ten individually addressable RGB LEDs per module are massively customizable through CORSAIR iCUE software, and can be synchronized with all iCUE-compatible devices throughout your setup for stunning lighting effects across the entire iCUE ecosystem.
VENGEANCE RGB PRO SL continues the legacy of high-frequency performance and reliability synonymous with CORSAIR memory. Optimized for compatibility with the latest AMD and Intel DDR4 motherboards, VENGEANCE RGB PRO SL utilizes a custom PCB for high signal quality and stability. Each memory chip is carefully screened and selected for high performance and overclocking potential, while the stylized aluminum heatspreader efficiently disperses heat during even the most strenuous tasks, so you can get the most out of your memory. With completely customizable RGB lighting and outstanding performance contained in a form-factor that's more compact than ever before, VENGEANCE RGB PRO SL is memory that mesmerizes.

Availability, Warranty, and Pricing
The CORSAIR VENGEANCE RGB PRO SL Series is available immediately from the CORSAIR webstore and the CORSAIR worldwide network of authorized retailers and distributors. The CORSAIR VENGEANCE RGB PRO SL Series is backed by a limited lifetime warranty, alongside the CORSAIR worldwide customer service and technical support network. For up-to-date pricing of the CORSAIR VENGEANCE RGB PRO SL Series, please refer to the CORSAIR website.

Web Pages
To learn more about the CORSAIR VENGEANCE RGB PRO SL Series, please visit: www.corsair.com/vengeance-pro-sl
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13 Comments on Visualize, Synchronize, Mesmerize - CORSAIR Launches New VENGEANCE RGB PRO SL Memory

#1
Sabishii Hito
Only up to 3600MT/s? Corsair must be scraping the bottom of the IC bin for these.
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#2
MDWiley
Looks good! I especially love the lower profile. I just hope they don’t skimp out on timings like past generations, though they most likely will. Still, good to see an update.
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#3
Selaya
Sabishii HitoOnly up to 3600MT/s? Corsair must be scraping the bottom of the IC bin for these.
I always figured Corsair is for the cheap, economic garbage bins.
If I wanted something good, I'd go look at G.Skill, but their golden bins are of their own price category ...
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#4
TheLostSwede
MDWileyLooks good! I especially love the lower profile. I just hope they don’t skimp out on timings like past generations, though they most likely will. Still, good to see an update.
CMH16GX4M2E3200C16 - Cas 16
CMH32GX4M2Z3600C18 - Cas 18
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#5
Sabishii Hito
SelayaI always figured Corsair is for the cheap, economic garbage bins.
If I wanted something good, I'd go look at G.Skill, but their golden bins are of their own price category ...
Corsair has decent kits based on B-die like everyone else does these days.
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#6
Selaya
Eh.
Don't get me wrong, I have (B-Die) Corsairs, but they were of the budget variety. It's nice enough, but 3600-C14 this is not.
And apparently Corsair doesn't offer any either (they do have 3200-14-14-14-34 though), unlike G.Skill.
So, yeah.
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#7
Sabishii Hito
I have a kit of LPX 3600 CL14, and they recently released some 4000 CL16 kits.
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#8
bonehead123
NOTE TO RAM MFGR'S:


puhLEEEZE stop calling ram with white heat spreaders but black PBC's as "WHITE"...

When you decide to get off your ass & invest the extra .00382 worth of paint/pigment to make it all white, then you can call it that & will get my money, until then, you can just B.M.A.. ...:D.:shadedshu:.:cry:
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#9
TheLostSwede
bonehead123
NOTE TO RAM MFGR'S:


puhLEEEZE stop calling ram with white heat spreaders but black PBC's as "WHITE"...

When you decide to get off your ass & invest the extra .00382 worth of paint/pigment to make it all white, then you can call it that & will get my money, until then, you can just B.M.A.. ...:D.:shadedshu:.:cry:
Sorry, but you have NO idea what you're talking about here.
The issue isn't the cost of the colour itself, but white PCBs require dedicated production lines which almost no PCB factor or SMT line would invest in.
Why? Because its a PITA to clean the machines after you've had white PCBs puts through them and it's very hard to clean out all of the white bits. If you don't get rid of 100% of the white dust, you'll mess up the next production run, as it'll have white dots all over it. This is why almost no-one uses white PCBs.
But hey, if you want to set up dedicated facilities that only work with white PCBs, I'm sure you'll get some business...

On top of that, the silk screening and solder mask on PCBs is harder for optical pick and place machines too see, so it's harder to mount components correctly on them.
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#11
Haile Selassie
SelayaI always figured Corsair is for the cheap, economic garbage bins.
If I wanted something good, I'd go look at G.Skill, but their golden bins are of their own price category ...
LOL? I have 4400 C19 bin 2x8GB Vengeance LPX and it's not even the highest bin available. When I was buying these the 4700 bin was also available. These days they also carry a 5000 bin, there's even a review somewhere up here on TPU.
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#12
TheLostSwede
Sabishii HitoOnly up to 3600MT/s? Corsair must be scraping the bottom of the IC bin for these.
Full list of modules.
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#13
Tsukiyomi91
guess these kits will be part of my new build. Wonder how this would stack up against the RGB PRO model?
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