Corsair Vengeance LP 8GB 1.35v Review
The original Corsair Vengeance memory was some seriously quick, fairly good-looking RAM.
Now Corsair have tweaked the Vengeance line and added three low-profile variants, hence the LP. Fans of almost any motherboard colour scheme in the world will be pleased to know that the three options are Red, White and dark Grey, all with different abilities. Today we're looking at the low voltage option which is only available in white.
With a revised heat-spreader guaranteed to fit under any cooler, and some cool colour choices, how does this 8GB kit stack up against some of the more power-hungry options?
As the Vengeance LP has such a low running voltage, a mere 1.35v, it's not surprising to see the timings at a standard 1600@9-9-9-24. Hopefully though this low voltage should enable us to gain some extra performance with a little more tweaking, something that is sorely lacking from most Sandy Bridge based RAM kits.
|Memory Type||240 Pin Dual-Channel DDR3|
All fairly standard stuff. Let's take a closer look.