Corsair Vengeance Pro DDR3 1866MHz 16GB Memory Kit Review



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Introduction


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Picking the right memory kit has never really been easier thanks to Intel’s XMP profiling and quite frankly your choice has probably never been wider either. Today we are looking at a kit from Corsair, and more specifically their Vengeance Pro DDR3 1866MHz kit with a pair of 8GB modules. These modules are geared towards the entry level of their brand new Vengeance Pro DRAM series and these modules are designed for overclocking, and for use with Intel’s Ivy Bridge and Haswell platforms.

The kit we have here today is formed from a pair of 8GB modules running at 1866MHz with 9-10-9-27 CR2 and 1.5 volts. They support Intel XMP 1.3 and come in four different colours – Gold, Blue, Red and Silver. We of course have the silver version and end users will be pleased to know these kits come with a limited lifetime warranty.

The packaging is pretty plain and simple and indicates the colour of the kit, the size, the configuration and along the top of the box is the speed demarcations.

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The back tells you that these DRAM modules are geared for overclocking on Intel’s Ivy Bridge and Haswell platforms.

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Included is a limited lifetime warranty statement as well as the memory kit itself.

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6 Responses to “Corsair Vengeance Pro DDR3 1866MHz 16GB Memory Kit Review”
  1. Wayne says:

    They do seem rather decent but it’s been a long time since I seriously tested RAM. I’m still stuck at 1866 MHz myself due to the fact that I just apply the XMP profile on my personal rig. Nothing else.

    • Robert says:

      Same but i got the old vengeance 2 x 4gb kit

      • Skidmarks says:

        Old or new the performance should essentially be the same so no need to rush out and buy this kit. If you want more memory, just add a further 2 modules (assuming you can still get the older kit which I’m sure you can).

  2. cri8tive08 says:

    nice i would like to win some of that

  3. Jim says:

    just buy it. the 2133mhz models work great too

  4. Bill Barnes says:

    i want some!! Let me test out for your you and Ill send it right back!!! Hmmmm LOL Corsair is a leader would buy anything from them !

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