Corsair at Computex 2018

Video and Vengeance RGB PRO memory

Corsair at Computex 2018

Vengeance Pro RGB memory

Last but not least we have Corsair's new Vengeance Pro RGB memory, their first addressable RGB DRAM modules. These new memory DIMMs will ship with memory seeds of between 2666MHz and 4000MHz at launch, with 8GB and 16GB modules. 

Over the next few months, Corsair plans to ship faster versions of these modules with 4266MHz, 4600MHz and 4700MHz options, offering staggering amounts of memory bandwidth.  

With their Vengeance Pro RGB memory, Corsair has addressed all of our major complaints with their previous RGB memory kits, allowing users to configure colouring easier in software while also allowing every module to remain in sync without issues. 

 Corsair at Computex 2018


These new memory kits will be available with black or white heatsinks, allowing these kits to suit almost any PC build, aside from a non-RGB stealth build of course.   

Corsair has told us to expect to get hold of these memory modules in the near future, which means that we plan to put these DIMMs through their paces on every motherboard chipset that we can find. Let's hope that these DIMMs work on all major platforms, as this was a problem with some earlier RGB memory kits. 


Corsair at Computex 2018


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05-06-2018, 08:03:20

Dicehunter
I need that memory !!!! Quote

05-06-2018, 08:09:31

Warchild
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Originally Posted by Dicehunter View Post
I need that memory !!!!
I need that Behemoth Case.

Will work as a PC as well as a dedicated spot for my dog to lay beside me Quote

05-06-2018, 08:23:20

Excalabur50
Just gotta say that new ram looks really lush, surprised me as to how great it looksQuote

05-06-2018, 09:09:05

Wraith
I'm not an RGB fan but I'm so pleased they have finally sorted the CUE system out, last year while at TTL towers I battled with old CUE and every bit of Corsair RGB goodness that could be run and it was a royal PITA to set up. It was doable but boy oh boy I wish it had the same interface that iCUE has now so much more one click friendly. Top job Corsair! Love the look of the new Vengeance RAM and 4700MHz!! Quote

05-06-2018, 11:02:53

Daiyus
The upgrades to the SF Series are very welcome. Makes them the perfect package for small builds now. I'm kind of jealous as I still need to replace the super-stiff cables that came with the old one; my HTPC cable management is a shameful display right now.Quote
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