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Corsair released the world's fastest DDR4 SODIMM memory kit

4,000MHz SODIMM memory kits!

Corsair released the world's fastest DDR4 SODIMM memory kit

Corsair released the world's fastest DDR4 SODIMM memory kit

SODIMM memory is rarely associated with ultra-fast memory speeds. The memory kits are designed to fit into smaller form factors, either in compact or mobile systems, places where power draw is often a concern.  

With the release of high-end motherboard like the ASRock's ITX X299E-ITX/ac, memory manufacturers now have an opportunity to exploit these small DDR4 memory modules within the enthusiast PC building market, delivering speeds that would have seemed crazy just a few short years ago. 

Corsair's new Vengeance SODIMM DDR4 memory kits now ship with speeds of up to 4,000MHz, coming in quad-channel 4x8GB kits for use with today's compact X299 motherboards. These Corsair's Vengeance SODIMMs runs at just 1.35V with CL timings of 19-23-23-45, using a built-in Intel XMP 2.0 profile to run at their full speeds with a single click in your BIOS/UEFI. 

  

Corsair released the world's fastest DDR4 SODIMM memory kit


This new memory kit is now available from Corsair for a price of $594.99, making use of Samsung B-Die memory for maximum stability. More information on this product is available on Corsair's web store.   

You can join the discussion on Corsair's new 4,000MHz SODIMM memory kits on the OC3D Forums

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14-12-2017, 09:26:19

You_What?
Nice, this is crying out to be paired with an Asrock X299E-ITX/AC!Quote

14-12-2017, 18:03:34

TheF34RChannel
G.Skill still has faster and far better quality kits, unless I missed something? Corsair is too apple for my liking: all about about paying a premium for the name but with mediocre quality. I feel that a few other brands have better offerings.Quote

16-12-2017, 11:59:41

GiantKiwi
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Originally Posted by TheF34RChannel View Post
G.Skill still has faster and far better quality kits, unless I missed something?
These are SODIMM's, you know, laptop size?

G.Skill tops out at 3200MHz for SODIMM vs these at 4000MHz, also G.Skill are not great with warranty claims, weeks of arsing about - Corsair will replace faulty items within days with no quibbling involved.Quote

17-12-2017, 03:03:12

TheF34RChannel
Oh yeah oops ha haQuote
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