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Corsair Vengeance RGB PRO 32 GB (2 x 16 GB) DDR4 3200 MHz C16 XMP 2.0 Enthusiast RGB LED Illuminated Memory Kit - Black £154.99 @ Amazon

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Posted 21st May

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  • Tightly screened memory: Carefully screened ICs for extended overclocking potential
  • Maximum bandwidth and tight response times: Optimized for peak performance on the latest Intel and AMD DDR4 motherboards
  • Next generation software: Take control in Corsair iCUE software and synchronize lighting with other Corsair RGB products, including CPU coolers, keyboards and fans; also supported by gigabyte RGB fusion and MSI mystic light
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Paid £174.99 for this but in white about a month ago, heated
There was a deal for 3600 MHz memory, same brand.
How much better would that run combined with a Ryzen 3700x?
vivi_ssj321/05/2020 09:44

There was a deal for 3600 MHz memory, same brand.How much better would …There was a deal for 3600 MHz memory, same brand.How much better would that run combined with a Ryzen 3700x?



Between 1-4% depending on application, other components and most importantly the CAS latency of your RAM. There are other variables but this is just a broad, simplified TLDR.
vivi_ssj321/05/2020 09:44

There was a deal for 3600 MHz memory, same brand.How much better would …There was a deal for 3600 MHz memory, same brand.How much better would that run combined with a Ryzen 3700x?


Ryzen do like faster RAM with low latency. Having said that difference between 3200 and 3600hz memory is imperceptible for average gamers in current titles. I would save the extra cash and put it towards better GPU.
Anyone find a similar deal just with 16gb ram?
How does the Ballistix RAM compare to this Vengeance RAM generally? Is there much difference?
vivi_ssj321/05/2020 09:44

There was a deal for 3600 MHz memory, same brand.How much better would …There was a deal for 3600 MHz memory, same brand.How much better would that run combined with a Ryzen 3700x?


Basically undetectable
funkyphonics21/05/2020 10:20

How does the Ballistix RAM compare to this Vengeance RAM generally? Is …How does the Ballistix RAM compare to this Vengeance RAM generally? Is there much difference?


The big upside of the Corsair stuff is iCue. Like it or loathe it, it's the most "complete" RGB ecosystem at the moment. The partnership with Asus is just going to make that stronger (for owners of Asus motherboards). If you want to control (almost) all of your case lighting using a single piece of software, buy Corsair (and use an Asus motherboard).

If the speeds and timings are the same, performance will be broadly the same. There's a reasonable chance they even use the same memory chips.
Edited by: "satchef1" 21st May
I’ve have this exact kit on a B450 Tomahawk Max and have it OC’d to 3733mhz CL16, been running for 6+ months. I know I’ve been lucky and others may not get a higher overclock but for me this is good RAM.
chakdephatteh21/05/2020 10:48

That or this …That or this deal?https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/corsair-vengeance-lpx-16-gb-2-x-8-gb-ddr4-3200-mhz-c16-memory-kit-6998-at-amazon-3466489


Depends what you want. If I had to look at it I'd pay the extra, otherwise that would be fine probably.

One of my computers has 16gb of the vengeance RGB so I'll probably go for the more expensive one to match.
stuellis21/05/2020 10:43

I’ve have this exact kit on a B450 Tomahawk Max and have it OC’d to 373 …I’ve have this exact kit on a B450 Tomahawk Max and have it OC’d to 3733mhz CL16, been running for 6+ months. I know I’ve been lucky and others may not get a higher overclock but for me this is good RAM.


Christ I can't even get mine to overclock at all. Like zilch, I have to reset CMOS every time I try.
I got a 16gb pair the other week and it just wouldn't run higher than 2133mhz, tried a Z170 board (i7 6700k) and an x570 (ryzen 5 3600) messed around with voltage.. Manual timmings etc. Just wouldn't boot. Got crucial Ballistix ram and it worked instantly.. Even preferred the RGB
Aquacadabra21/05/2020 11:40

Christ I can't even get mine to overclock at all. Like zilch, I have to …Christ I can't even get mine to overclock at all. Like zilch, I have to reset CMOS every time I try.


If you are running Ryzen then look into the Ryzen RAM calculator, here is a start


If it is Ryzen 1000 & 2000 series from what I read they don’t achieve the same RAM speeds as 3000 series.
Edited by: "stuellis" 21st May
stuellis21/05/2020 11:57

If you are running Ryzen then look into the Ryzen RAM calculator, here is …If you are running Ryzen then look into the Ryzen RAM calculator, here is a start [Video] If it is Ryzen 1000 & 2000 series from what I read they don’t achieve the same RAM speeds as 3000 series.


Cheers I'll take a look.

2600x on a b450. Shame really as the CPU and my 1070 all overclock easily
Aquacadabra21/05/2020 12:04

Cheers I'll take a look.2600x on a b450. Shame really as the CPU and my …Cheers I'll take a look.2600x on a b450. Shame really as the CPU and my 1070 all overclock easily


I’ve seen several people on the forums saying they can’t get their 2000 series CPU’s over 3200mhz even when using RAM rated at higher speed. Others manage it but there seem to be a silicon lottery.
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