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Corsair's Vengeance RGB RT DDR4 memory modules have been revealed

No, the RT doesn't stand for ray tracing

Corsair's Vengeance RGB RT DDR4 memory modules have been revealed

Corsair's Vengeance RGB RT DDR4 memory modules have been revealed

Corsair has just revealed new Vengeance series DDR4 memory modules, offering their users a new heatsink design, 10-zone RGB lighting and black and white module colour options.

These new memory modules can have their RGB LEDs controlled using Corsair's iCUE software, synchronising these new modules with Corsair's other RGB enabled products.   

Corsair's website has confirmed that these new DDR4 memory modules will be available with per-module capacities of 8GB, 16GB and 32GB and will be available with kits that range from 16GB (2x8GB) to 256GB (8x32GB) in size. Memory speeds of 3200 MHz, 3600 MHz and 4000 MHz will be available. 

With a dual-tone anodized aluminium heatsink, Corsair's Vengeance RGB RT modules will be more than capable of staying cool under heavy workloads. Corsair has also rated these modules to verify that they support Intel 300 Series, Intel 400 Series, Intel 500 Series, Intel X299, AMD 300 Series, AMD 400 Series, AMD 500 Series, and AMD TRX40 motherboard platforms. 

At this time, Corsair's new Vengeance RGB RT memory modules are listed on their website but are unavailable to purchase. We expect Corsair to officially reveal these modules soon and comment on their retail availability soon. 
  

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24-08-2021, 21:35:30

Dawelio
I actually kinda like these to be honest, a very sleek, clean and minimalistic overall design to them. Nice Quote

24-08-2021, 22:30:19

Warchild
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Originally Posted by Dawelio View Post
I actually kinda like these to be honest, a very sleek, clean and minimalistic overall design to them. Nice
The diffused RGBs on memory sticks just doesn't look right. It almost seems like they are trying to look like Klevv design but feel the need to slap colours on it.

edit* it is sad to see that even Klevv are now doing horrible RGB sticks.Quote

25-08-2021, 00:10:28

Dawelio
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Originally Posted by Warchild View Post
The diffused RGBs on memory sticks just doesn't look right. It almost seems like they are trying to look like Klevv design but feel the need to slap colours on it.

edit* it is sad to see that even Klevv are now doing horrible RGB sticks.
What do you mean exactly regarding the diffused RGBs?…Quote

25-08-2021, 08:29:50

Warchild
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Originally Posted by Dawelio View Post
What do you mean exactly regarding the diffused RGBs?…
Late night tiredness. The screenshot above looks like a diffuser over the RGB giving a poor soft glow.Quote

25-08-2021, 11:46:24

Gambit2K
First DIMM's that Corsair have designed that I actually like the look of.Quote
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