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Corsair - Vengeance RGB 16GB (2 x 8GB) DDR4-3200 Memory

( 5.0 Average / 4 Ratings )

Specifications

Manufacturer

Corsair

Part #

CMR16GX4M2C3200C16W

Color

White

Type

288-pin DIMM

Speed

DDR4-3200

Size

16GB (2 x 8GB)

Price/GB

$13.49

CAS Latency

16

Timing

16-18-18-36

Voltage

1.35V

Heat Spreader

Yes

ECC

No

Registered

No

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Reviews

thedukeanator13 9 points 4 months ago
from completed build Just Do It, Panzershrek

Gorgeous, runs at rated speeds (and overclocked), no problems.

jemss 15 points 3 months ago
from completed build Dual Front Project

Same here, corsair all the way. 16G was enough for what I needed and white/RGB to make the build looks fancy.

Totally useless therefore utterly indispensable.

Flynne 17 points 2 months ago
from completed build Amaranthine

After manually settings the timings and voltage after updating the BIOS it's running at 3200mhz. And it's gorgeous. Maybe I should've gone with the black sticks instead of white, but I love the way it looks. The RGB is much brighter than I expected and working well with Aura Sync without any extra input on my behalf.

jokeofalltrades 22 points 2 months ago

I initially ordered a set of GeIL Super Luce RGB 2133, on the theory that they were relatively cheap and that my motherboard doesn't support anything over 2133 in four slots without overclocking, and I have no need to overclock anything (or for using four slots, but I'm planning ahead). But the RGB on the GeILs is horrible - it can apparently only be controlled through the Asus Aura app, so on a non-Asus board, the RGB strips default to a bright rainbow cycle. As far as I can tell, GeIL has no software controller for its RGB memory. So I returned the GeIL sticks and got the Corsairs. These cost a few dollars more, but they are beautiful, and the Corsair Link software is pretty slick. It would be nice if these were compatible with the ASRock RGB software, but almost nothing is compatible with the ASRock RGB software, so I don't really blame Corsair. I haven't messed with the UEFI settings on these (other than manually selecting the 3200 XMP profile, which led to a red screen of death and boot failures), so I don't know if I can actually get 3200 speeds on my Ryzen board, but they're working great at whatever default speed the board has them set at. Maybe when ASRock gets around to putting out a UEFI update with AGESA 1.0.0.7 I'll get higher default speeds?