Corsair Vengeance Pro 2x8GB DDR3-1866 CL9 1.5V Review
Published by Sam on 01.10.13 (25999 reads)
Since bright sun and hot weather are not the sort of things us nerds usually like, let us grab some cold beer and retrieve to our shady hideout for another ride into the world of desktop memory. On today’s menu we have a 2x8GB set of Corsair Vengeance Pro that carries a spec of DDR3-1866 CL9.
Getting memory to work on Haswell platform is no harder compared to any other, nevertheless, this didn’t hold Corsair from generating yet another branch in their product lineup, the Vengeance Pro series, that are meant to be LGA1150-compatible from the very beginning.
Looking at the version number (ver3.24) on our sample, we see that it is based on Micron memory chips rather than more common Hynix or Samsung. After recent takeover of Elpida, Micron didn’t enjoy much success on high-density overclocking scene, but, as new generations of memory chips usually release without drawing too much attention, we might be in for a surprise on page four of this review.
For now, let us recall the module appearance.