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Posted 16 July 2023

Corsair Vengeance 64GB (2x32GB) DDR5 6400MHz CL32

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I've been waiting for a 48GB 6400 kit to drop below £150, or 64GB 6400 kit to drop below £200 and here we are...

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  • Do it All, and Do it Faster: As modern CPUs feature more and more cores, the unprecedented speed of DDR5 ensures your high-end CPU gets data quickly, enabling faster processing, rendering, and buffering than ever before.
  • Onboard Voltage Regulation: Makes for easier, more finely-tuned, and more stable overclocking through CORSAIR iCUE software than previous generation motherboard control.
  • Custom Intel XMP 3.0 Profiles: Customise and save your own XMP profiles via iCUE to tailor performance by app or task for greater efficiency.
  • Powerful CORSAIR iCUE Software: Enables real-time frequency readings, onboard voltage regulation, and custom XMP profiles.
  • Compact Form-Factor: Low clearance ensures wide compatibility with nearly any DDR5 build.

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  1. KITTYBOTS's avatar
    Decent deal as its 6400MHZ and CL32 for under £200.
  2. daddybr00's avatar
    Very tempted. I’m currently running 32GB @ 6000Mhz on my Intel setup, what would I need to change in the BIOS when dropping the new RAM in? Just use the XMP profile?

    It’s been donkeys since I had to configure a system and this was a Palicomp build.
    Auric_Goldfinger's avatar
    You might want to look into using XMP on DDR5 first. Lots of reports of issues especially high speed RAM. Mostly seems to be using 4 sticks but some have said even with two.

    Just thought I would give you the heads up first.
  3. The.Fat.Cat's avatar
    Might want to add XMP in the title as these are no good for AMD.
    bagnaj97's avatar
    No good is a bit of an exaggeration, more like not ideal for AMD. You can still use them but you'll just have to set up speed and timings manually.
  4. Trainlineneedstogetagrip's avatar
    Most people ain't gonna need 64GB of ram. This is overkill and a waste of money.
    bagnaj97's avatar
    Right now perhaps, but it's still fairly early in the DDR5 lifecycle. My first DDR4 system had a 16gb (2x8gb) 2400 kit, which needed upgrading and got replaced with 32GB 3200MHz. My reason for wanting a 48GB or 64GB 6400+ kit is that it should hopefully see me right through to DDR6 and having an ITX system I've only got 2x ram slots so can't just add to it.
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