Corsair Memory Vengeance 8GB DDR3 1600 MHz CAS 9 XMP Dual Channel Desktop £107.58 @ Scan plus P+P of free for those that qualify - HotUKDeals
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This is preorder but it seems cheap compared to standard memory kits and if you order at this price you should get it.
The reason these are a great buy is because they are cheaper than the standard XMS3 memory and they run at the new 1.5volts and the best bit is they are 4gb sticks so this means those that have only 2 dimm slots can get 8gb of very fast memory in there board instead of the regular 4gb or if your like me and have 4dimm slots you could have 16gb of memory although i cant really see why you would need that as 8gb is more than enough for any task.

These kits come in other timmings and speeds but i thought id post the 1600mhz kit as these are the sweet spot with memory and after reading the link below it seems that this memory is monstrous when overclocked with it reaching 1800mhz just buy upping the speed and for those who fancy putting the standard 1.65volts in 2000mhz is easy doable.

corsairs review
http://blog.corsair.com/?p=4648


CORSAIR high performance Vengeance memory module 8GB (2x4GB) 1600MHz 9-9-9-24, 1.5V for motherboards using AMD, Intel dual channel processors and upcoming 2nd Generation Intel Core platforms. Vengeance memory modules provide users with outstanding memory performance and stability. Each module is built using carefully selected DRAM to allow excellent overclocking performance, and has a limited lifetime warranty.



Size: 8GB (2x4GB)
Memory Model: Vengeance
Triple Kit:
Twin Pack:
QuadX:
Memory Type: DDR3
Memory Type (ECC): Non-ECC
Memory Type (R/U): Unbuffered
Memory Speed: PC3-12800 (1600)
Pins: 240
CAS Latency: 9-9-9-24
Heat Spreader:
Voltage: 1.50 V
Heat Sink:
Fan Cooler:
NVIDIA EPP 2.0:
EPP:
DHX Technology:
XMP:
Black Edition Memory Profiles (BEMP):
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http://www.cpureview.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/11/corsair-answers-the-overclocking-call-with-vengeance-memory-kits.jpg

These look mean
#2
£3.99 shipping
#3
Ok, I'm a tech noob when it comes to installing RAM. Is there a way I could check if this would be suitable for my laptop? (Sony VAIO FW series)

Any help is appreciated :D
#4
doboworth
Ok, I'm a tech noob when it comes to installing RAM. Is there a way I could check if this would be suitable for my laptop? (Sony VAIO FW series)

Any help is appreciated :D
This is for desktops.
#5
Looks like a transformer.
#6
i'll let them get cheaper!!
#7
link
doboworth
Ok, I'm a tech noob when it comes to installing RAM. Is there a way I could check if this would be suitable for my laptop? (Sony VAIO FW series)Any help is appreciated :D

link to memory site
#8
niceguyrichy
£3.99 shipping
Free delivery for those who can make the effort to post a few times on AVForums or Hexus.
I'm too lazy to hunt for the links, sorry. Google should pull up some results.
#9
Ridiculous heat spreaders ftw!
#10
doboworth
Ok, I'm a tech noob when it comes to installing RAM. Is there a way I could check if this would be suitable for my laptop? (Sony VAIO FW series)

Any help is appreciated :D


goto crucial and use there tool to scan your laptop will tel u what u have installed and what upgrades they have then onece you know what your lappy requires you can buy from crucial or shop around (remember quidco for crucial ) hope this helps :)
#11
Anyone got the height including heat spreaders? I've got a SFF case so dunno if they'll fit :P

SUPER cheap for an 8GB DDR3 kit though, heat added!
#12
lol, Heatsinks rock, check out my old OCZ's X)
http://www.ocztechnology.com/images/products/memory/b/ReaperX_b.JPG
#13
Very good price for branded memory, all be it high latency (Cas 9). Note that DDR3 price have been falling and its fairly cheap now anyway.
#14
To the experts: what difference does it make with this other one? Same latency as I can see. It is actually about the heatsink that makes it better?any extra power? http://www.kikatek.com/product_info.php?products_id=170122
#15
bobo53
To the experts: what difference does it make with this other one? Same latency as I can see. It is actually about the heatsink that makes it better?any extra power? http://www.kikatek.com/product_info.php?products_id=170122

You 'should' be able to get a better overclock/tighter timings with these sticks as in 'theory' you can increase the RAM voltage significantly higher without adverse effects ie overheating due to the over-engineered heatsink/cooling setup.
Unless your into overclocking/tweaking then the other memory you link too would probably suit you better.
#16
Beautiful design but I recently purchased Corsair Dominator 2x4GB sticks and because of those heat sinks I could barely put them into my motherboard cos they touch my CPU cooler which is Zalman CNPS 10X Extreme.

JUST MAKE SURE IT WILL FIT. :{

Edited By: DownHill911 on Dec 06, 2010 13:02
#17
I did some research 6+ months ago and found out it's extremely difficult (borderline impossible), to get 4 sticks of DDR3 to run above 1333mhz on an AMD system. Getting just two sticks to run at 1600 is hard enough. I found it very tricky to get my system stable at these speeds, still might not be 100%:
MSI 790FX-GD70 motherboard,
OCZ Blade [email protected],
AMD Phenom II x720.

Still, good price for 8gb.
#18
tempted
#19
I'm curious to know how many people that buy 8GB kits actually need more than 4GB. What software do you run or are you extreme multi-taskers? This is aimed at home users and not professionals who can easily require over 4GB especially with VMs.
#20
Saw a Corsair 6GB kit going for £82.50 (£75.50+£5.00 shipping) on Amazon. http://www.amazon.co.uk/Corsair-CMX6GX3M3A1600C9-DDR3-SDRAM-Memory/dp/B002LZ1FPG/ref=dp_ob_title_ce

Corsair CMX6GX3M3A1600C9 3 x 2GB DDR3

Was going to post it as a deal then I remembered that Amazon Marketplace stuff can't get posted here. May be a good deal for anyone wanting thriple channel memory.
#21
jsty3105
Saw a Corsair 6GB kit going for £82.50 (£75.50+£5.00 shipping) on Amazon. http://www.amazon.co.uk/Corsair-CMX6GX3M3A1600C9-DDR3-SDRAM-Memory/dp/B002LZ1FPG/ref=dp_ob_title_ce

Corsair CMX6GX3M3A1600C9 3 x 2GB DDR3

Was going to post it as a deal then I remembered that Amazon Marketplace stuff can't get posted here. May be a good deal for anyone wanting thriple channel memory.


Not really a good price thats how much it is or less. This memory was aimed at people like me who want stuff they can push to its limits and if you read my link to the testing it will do 2000 at 1.65v or 1800 at 1.5. They also sell the same kit with tighter timings but there a little move expensive and this memory is suppose to be better than the Dominator.
#22
Agharta
I'm curious to know how many people that buy 8GB kits actually need more than 4GB. What software do you run or are you extreme multi-taskers? This is aimed at home users and not professionals who can easily require over 4GB especially with VMs.

I am just going off using PS with Vista 32 bit 2 Gig RAM on the mobo and 1.5 Readyboost trying to do an image stack . I had to keep resizing the layers smaller and smaller to actually get the PC to complete its task rather than aborting due to insufficient memory. Next i am going 64bit OS but read somewhere the RAM running cost to 64 bit is higher than 32 bit for starters so I'm thinking 4Gb just will not do it at all. Also read for dual (or twin?) channel memory you should have memory sticks in pairs and using more than 2 mem slots can affect overclocking (looking eventually for a n OC 1090T sysytem) so thats is why 8Gb as two sticks looks good to me base on what i've read.
#23
Not a bad price for 8GB RAM imo, 6 months ago you were looking at this kind of money for 4GB. Granted it isn't amazing value as you can buy 2x2GB corsair sticks for around £55 on the same site, but with the novelty heatspreaders this may apeal to many average gamers who are looking to max out thier boards RAM capacity. Nice find, Heat added!
#24
Agharta
I'm curious to know how many people that buy 8GB kits actually need more than 4GB. What software do you run or are you extreme multi-taskers? This is aimed at home users and not professionals who can easily require over 4GB especially with VMs.

I am often messing with VM's at home, along with being a infrequent gamer, messing with digital photos and editing videos - its just quicker. I have seen the difference going from 4gb up to 8gb - and just 3 weeks ago I done some more benchmarking to see how much quicker things were under an awesome 16gb - and believe me, there is a difference.

FWIW, I do work in IT - but this system is my main home PC.

For a little guide - have a read of this little article:

http://www.corsair.com/_appnotes/AN902_8GB_or_More_of_System_RAM.pdf
#25
http://server.sgservicegroup.de/MassGate-Server/TECH-FACTS/CorsairVengeance/3.jpg

1000 x 1000 px ftw
#26
jukkie
Free delivery for those who can make the effort to post a few times on AVForums or Hexus.I'm too lazy to hunt for the links, sorry. Google should pull up some results.
Listen to you "make the effort" FFS!!
#27
Ricky302
jukkie
Free delivery for those who can make the effort to post a few times on AVForums or Hexus.I'm too lazy to hunt for the links, sorry. Google should pull up some results.
Listen to you "make the effort" FFS!!
Eh? Don't get what your 'FFS' was all about.
Some people seem to think that making 20 odd posts is a mammoth task and start complaining about it, which is really amusing when they have 100's or sometimes 1000's of posts on here.
So not sure if you thought I was being serious about any effort being involved, as it doesn't require much at all, it was just a little sarcasm aimed at those whingers.
#28
Not every one gets free postage even if they do 'make the effort'
#29
These were 103 on ebuyer last week, i bought a set on Thursday 2nd - at that point they only had 2 in stock, right now shows as none in stock with price marked up to 109. I use these for a VM environment and easily max out the 8gb, will need 12 or 16 in the not too far future. A good buy, performance is excellent on an AMD system...as previous poster said be careful with your cpu cooler position in relation to the RAM slots due to the height of these!!!
#30
I'll give this heat for no other reason than it looks cool.
#31
+an estimated £10 for the same memory but 8-8-8-24 timings, does it really make a difference and is it worth the money?
#32
This is down to £106.94 with free delivery through AV forums! Just ordered some, have some HEAT!

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