Corsair Reveals its Vengeance DDR5 Memory
Mike Sanders / 2 years ago
With Intel set to release their Alder Lake-S processors on November 4th, there is clearly a lot of anticipation not just for this latest generation of CPUs, but also the fact that it will mark the consumer debut of the DDR5 memory platform. – With it already being well-established that many manufacturers are already more than prepared for this release, however, following a report via Videocardz, Corsair has taken a somewhat unusual act of revealing images of many of its upcoming Vengeance memory modules.
Corsair Vengeance DDR5 Memory
While Corsair has decided to provide the world with images of their upcoming Vengeance DDR5 memory, unfortunately, and at least for the moment, that is where it pretty much begins and ends. They haven’t supplied us with any specifications, nor, indeed, what the specific names of the slightly varying modules will be.
Based on the images, however, it does appear that, by and large, this new series of DDR5 memory will largely represent aesthetic carbon copies of their existing DDR4 Vengeance platform. Not, incidentally, that we’re complaining as it’s some of the best-looking memory around.
However, the images suggest that there will be at least four variants of the memory launched, which we presume will offer several different configurations not just in terms of speed but in whether you want ARGB lighting or not. However, in adding to this moderate surprise, Corsair has also released an image of its Dominator DDR5 memory series (pictured below), which is expected to represent their DDR5 performance flagship model.
Where Can I Learn More?
Corsair has created an official website where it seems they will be posting most of the updates regarding their new DDR5 memory. Therefore, if you do want to learn more, you can check that out via the link here!
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