Corsair offers fastest 4,333MHz Vengerance LPX Kit at 32GB 4x8GB DDR4

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  1. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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  2. Emille

    Emille Master Guru

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    Awesome for seveal reasons.

    C19 for 4333 is amazing given that their own 3600 kit is c18.

    Also great that they have the too speeds available in non rgb for and not limited to a gimmick.
     
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    It's also a 1.5v kit which I'd say is right at the limit of usable voltage.
     
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    I'd just like to clarify since this is misunderstood by many, the latency numbers for memory are clock cycles not time therefore higher latency numbers compensate for an increased clock speed.
     

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    so... they are going to sell out of spec Overclock
    U do not see Intel selling 6Ghz CPUs...
     
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    Even the newest Coffee lake cpus only offically support 2666mhz ddr4. anything above that is techincally an overclock, any stick of ram rated above 3200mhz is actually out of the jedec spec for ddr4.
    however the "offical" spec isn't really that useful in general since its far too conservative (you can buy sticks that will do 4000mhz within the offical jedec spec for voltage).

    which is why intel supports XMP, which is intel's unoffical memory profile standard , which allows for ddr4 kits to run up to 1.5v. which can be considered mostly safe for long term use.

    at least it isn't like the ddr2 days, where ram companies would rate their modules at suicide volts ( i remember a few 2.4v ddr2 kits).
     
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    Unless you are on a manned mission to Mars there is no need for this ram for everyday rig users. Spend your money on a sweet monitor or your Mom for Christmas/Chanukah.
     
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    Honestly, ram prices are so incredibly high that although I like these new things being released, they are just not worth the cost anymore.
     
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    If you buy these, prepare to churn out a lot of cash for the top end mobos from Asus, Gigabyte or MSI to support these memories (those in the price range of 300-500 euros)
    OR
    You could yourself a favor and buy a cheap Asrock that supports 4200+ memory kits for around 150-200 euros (Extreme 4, Pro 4, Fatality Series).
     

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