Corsair DDR4 Vengeance LED Review

Introduction

Corsair DDR4 Vengeance LED Red and Blue

Introduction

We know we can't be the only people who look at our RAM slots and just wish that they had a little extra flair to them. After all, our All-In-One CPU Cooler has a light up logo. Most of our motherboards do. More often than not the GPU has a light of some type upon it. Our RAM, however, remains resolutely dark and tucked away. No longer!

Today we're having a quick look at a Corsair Vengeance LED Kit. Available in three different logo and LED colours - Blue, White and Red - it should suit most peoples requirements. Perhaps even more so once you look through the available options and discover that the Vengeance LED is available in a multitude of options to suit every demand and budget. It begins at 16 GB of 2666 MHz DDR4 and goes up through 32 GB of 3466 MHz - the kit we're looking at today - through to the insanity of 64 GB of 3200 MHz.

As you can see from the picture at the top of the page Corsair have really gone all our with making the lighting visible. No single LED at the end of the stick here.

However, before we move on and show you our own photographs we found this one on the Corsair website and we think that it's possibly the coolest picture we've ever seen, demonstrating how bright the LEDs are whilst also ... well you can see for yourself.

Things we'd like in wallpaper sizes number one :

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Most Recent Comments

18-10-2016, 13:51:09

Chrazey
I haven't looked at the video of yours, but from looking at the pictures in the article, it looks like you're using Z170 platform?... And you mention you can make them static?.

Just a FYI to anyone who considers purchasing these, on X99 the only option for now is breathing. I've selected the static option in Corsair Link on my blue ones, but they do still breath.

Corsair Customer Support said that they are working hard at trying to find the issue as to why static isn't working on X99. So mine's are breathing at the moment, but would really like for them to be static.Quote

18-10-2016, 19:01:38

C C
Agree with Tom in that they should have been static, out of the box.

I have eight of these on an X99 board and when they get out of sync, they look pretty w***y.

Eventually, I think an inward/outward breath could look cool on X99 but for now, I just wish I could make them static.Quote

18-10-2016, 22:43:55

King of Old Old School
Meh there alright still nothing compares to Dom Plats.

Oh god every now has crappy LED's on them, Kill it with fire Kill it.Quote

19-10-2016, 13:10:31

RickPlaysWarr
Hi

Looks really good. I might have to think about finally going to Z170 soon. I think I would use the Red on the ASUS Formula MB. Completely agree, static should be the factory default.

--Rick--Quote
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