Tuesday, April 19th 2022

CORSAIR Announces Vengeance DDR5 SO-DIMM Memory Kits

CORSAIR, a world leader in enthusiast components for gamers, creators, and PC builders, today announced a new addition to its lineup of cutting-edge DDR5 memory: VENGEANCE DDR5 SODIMM. Optimized for the latest DDR5 gaming and performance laptops and small-form-factor PCs, these modules deliver groundbreaking DDR5 performance to compatible systems. Launching initially in speeds up to 4,800 MHz and capacities up to 64 GB (2x32GB), VENGEANCE DDR5 SODIMM pushes the boundaries of laptop and small-form-factor memory performance.

Modern DDR5 gaming laptops such as the Alienware x17 R2, MSI Raider GE66 12UHS, and ASUS ROG Zephyrus M16 need high-caliber memory to fully realize their performance potential. DDR5 ensures that today's high-end CPUs receive data as quickly as possible, elevating system speeds and processing power to greater heights. VENGEANCE DDR5 SODIMM modules harness the faster frequencies and greater capacities of DDR5 to improve load times and multitasking in a wide range of popular laptops and small-form-factor PCs, so you can bring DDR5 performance wherever you go.
Installing and setting up VENGEANCE DDR5 SODIMM is quick and easy - just a screwdriver is required to install in most laptops. For high-speed kits, the modules' performance advantages are immediate, as they automatically set to maximum speed on compatible systems without needing to tinker with BIOS settings.

Continuing the CORSAIR tradition of superior DRAM quality and reliability, VENGEANCE DDR5 SODIMM modules are built with only hand-sorted, tightly-screened memory chips to ensure consistent high-frequency performance, along with high-performance PCBs for excellent signal quality and stability. A limited lifetime warranty grants you peace of mind that your new memory will last throughout your laptop's lifespan and beyond.

If you're looking to improve the performance and memory capacity of your new laptop or SFF PC, look no further than VENGEANCE DDR5 SODIMM.

For more information, visit the product page.
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5 Comments on CORSAIR Announces Vengeance DDR5 SO-DIMM Memory Kits

#1
TheLostSwede
That laptop picture is a terrible photochop job.
It's got a mini PCIe SSD, not M.2 and the Wi-Fi cards is an Intel 7260 which came out in 2013...
I very much doubt that machine could use DDR5...

Edit: Here we go, same laptop used by Corsair in a 2017 DDR4 launch picture.
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#2
TheinsanegamerN
TheLostSwedeThat laptop picture is a terrible photochop job.
It's got a mini PCIe SSD, not M.2 and the Wi-Fi cards is an Intel 7260 which came out in 2013...
I very much doubt that machine could use DDR5...

Edit: Here we go, same laptop used by Corsair in a 2017 DDR4 launch picture.
You beeat me to it, that's a dell 5000 series laptop, a 5470 or something similar. I'm working on one right now as I read the article and went "wait, did they use an old render?"
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#3
bonehead123
tsk tsk....They decided to save a few pennies & 10 mins of labor by using pics from a previous product launch.....cheap bastards :(

Apparently they did not stop to think that maybe at least a few edumacated, eagle-eyed folks on da net (like us here) would nit-pick the sh*t out of this in like 2.23ns...

Well, at least this ram is fairly good looking for once, so there's that, even though it really doesn't matta much in a lapper though :D

Now if we just knew how many arms, legs, kidneys and left testicles it's gonna cost us (w/o having to google it AGAIN), we would be all set....:roll:
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#4
Blaylock
LMAO. They didn't even photoshop in the correct DIMMs, just the new sticker design.
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#5
trsttte
At least they didn't forget to cover the ram socket label :D
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