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Corsair Vengeance Pro Series 2x8GB DDR3-2400 CL10 1.65V Review

Published by Sam on 27.06.13 (16553 reads)
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Responding to the release of Haswell microprocessors, Corsair have recently expanded their product range by a Vengeance Pro memory lineup. A couple of days ago we already had a chance to tangle with a pair of 2133C11 but since one model might not represent the changes brought into entire series, let us try to draw a clearer picture by putting another Pro set on today’s menu.



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Manufacturer Corsair
Series Vengeance Pro
Part Number CMY16GX3M2A2400C10R
Type DDR3
Capacity 16 GB (2 x 8GB)
Frequency 2'400 MHz
Timings 10-12-12-31
VDIMM 1.65 Volt
Registred/Unbuffered Unbuffered
ECC No
Cooling Passive Heatspreader
Waranty Lifetime warranty
Package Type Plastic Blister




Despite having a new part number, the exact same DDR3-2400 CL10 specification has been around for more than a year, being known as a place where the manufacturer sometimes dumps the modules that came short of top bins at more affordable prices.
Such approach clearly indicates the lack of progression, but on the contrary, it also makes space for better matching of modules coming from different lineups.



Page 1 - Introduction
Page 2 - Closer Look
Page 3 - Photo Gallery
Page 4 - Results
Page 5 - Conclusion


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Anonymous
Published: 2013/6/27 17:46  Updated: 2013/6/27 21:39
 Retail vs Review
I wonder why Corsair is sending out the Ver4.21 kits for all the reviews. I picked up two retail packs of the 2x8GB and they are Ver5.29 Hynix MFR and I've been able to run all four in my Z87 board at DDR3-2933 12-14-14-35-2T 1.80V for single Super Pi 32M. They'll also do 2666 11-13-13-35-2T and 2800 12-14-14-35-2T 1.65V.
Christian Ney
Published: 2013/6/28 8:55  Updated: 2013/6/28 8:55
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Joined: 12/01/2010
From: Switzerland
Comments: 1722
 Re: Retail vs Review
Interested, I will ask Corsair about it. Thanks for the hint.
Anonymous
Published: 2013/7/12 21:58  Updated: 2013/7/14 13:19
 Re: Retail vs Review
Is their any real danger running these chips at 1.8v 24/7??
TaPaKaH
Published: 2013/7/15 10:17  Updated: 2013/7/15 10:17
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Joined: 06/21/2012
From: Netherlands / Switzerland
Comments: 13
 daily voltage
As long as there is airflow around the memory, I don't think if 1.8V is dangerous. Samsung can usually take a lot of voltage.
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