Last June 2016, Corsair released a DDR4 memory that I believed to be one of the most sleek-looking and stunning DDR4 memory module in the market – the Corsair Vengeance LED DDR4. The Vengeance LED is a high performance DDR4 memory geared towards enthusiasts, overclocker and gamers. It’s designed to not only make a PC system fast and smooth-running, but also make it look more pleasing. It’s undeniable nowadays that almost all components and accessories of a gaming PC has LEDs; the motherboard, GPU, CPU cooler, fans, keyboard, mouse and even some SSDs nowadays have LEDs. It is fun and it makes your system look unique, something you can brag about. Are you in the market looking for some of the best DDR4 memory in the market with LED lighting effects? Check out our Corsair Vengeance LED DDR4-3200 review below, this could be the memory kit that’s right for your system or gaming rig.
Corsair Vengeance LED DDR4 3200MHz Review
The Corsair Vengeance LED DDR4 memory modules feature a vibrant LED lighting with a subtle “breathing” effect. Its main purpose is to provide your PC a fast, responsive and reliable system memory, while at the same time improving aesthetics of your system. The LED lighting is paired with a large heat spreader for proper cooling and improved thermal conductivity. Corsair is using a 10-layer PCB and carefully screened RAM chips, from Samsung.
The Vengeance LED DDR4 is also optimized for the latest Intel X99 and 100 series motherboards, offering maximum bandwidth and tight response time. It also supports XMP 2.0 profile so that you don’t have to manually set it to run at 3200MHz, or whatever rated speed you choose. Corsair is also offering a limited life time warranty ensuring reliability and providing a peace of mind for its users.
The Corsair Vengeance LED DDR4 memory kits are available in different capacities and speeds; starting from 16GB up to 64GB and speeds from 2666MHz up to 3466MHz. Aside from the varying speeds and size, there are also three color options to choose from for the LEDs; Red, White and the newly added Blue. No RGB yet guys, not sure if Corsair with implement RGB with their future DDR4 memory, but let’s hope they will in the near future.
Below is a screenshot of the SPD information of this memory kit taken from AIDA64’s report. You can also find additional information regarding this specific kit on the specifications table below. After that, let’s proceed to the next page and take a closer look at the memory itself.