Corsair announces ultra fast DDR4 memory kits

Corsair announces ultra fast DDR4 memory kits

The popular memory maker Corsair has presented its fastest DDR4 memory kits ever. All of them belong to the company’s Vengeance line of memory modules and feature support for Intel XMP 2.0 as well as large capacities.

The Vengeance LPX 128 GB is the first kit in the line – this one offers 128 GB of DDR4 memory (8 x 16 GB) that runs at 3000 MHz. The memory has been optimized for work on Intel X99 chipsets and offers insane capacity as well as great speed. The Vengeance LPX 128 GB runs at 1.35V and has latencies of 16-18-18-36.

The Vengeance LPX 64 GB is second in line – the kit offers 64 GB of capacity in a 4 x 16 GB configuration. This memory runs at 3333 MHz and requires 1.35V to work with latencies of 16-18-18-36 timings. The last kit in the line is the Vengeance LPX 32 GB, which runs at 3600 MHz and offers four modules with 8 GB of capacity each. This memory needs 1.35V and features latencies of 16-19-19-39. Both the Vengeance LPX 64 GB and Vengeance LPX 32 GB are optimized for Intel Z170 motherboards.

All new Corsair memory comes with black Vengeance heat spreaders to improve the thermal transfer but the 64 GB and 32 GB kits also offer red spreaders in case you do not like black. All three kits also include support for Corsair’s Vengeance Airflow cooling system, a removable 40 mm fan cooling bracket and more.

Source: Corsair

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