Corsair Vengeance Pro DDR3 1866MHz 16GB Memory Kit Review

by - 7 years ago


A Closer Look

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The kit really is as close to perfection as you will find in terms of aesthetics. You’ve got a sleek looking aluminium top-plate which adds a beautiful finishing touch and we already mentioned it is available in four different colours – silver, red, blue and gold. There is also a full black PCB which will please most people (including myself).

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With it installed in your system the aesthetics are dominated by those aluminium top-plates. Of course the silver looks a bit strange on our ASUS Maximums VI Formula but you could opt for the red kit instead.

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Despite the colour mismatch I think these modules look stunning.

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Article Index

  1. Introduction
  2. A Closer Look
  3. Testing Procedure
  4. Performance And Overclocking
  5. Final Thoughts
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6 Comments on Corsair Vengeance Pro DDR3 1866MHz 16GB Memory Kit Review

  • Avatar Wayne says:

    They do seem rather decent but it’s been a long time since I seriously tested RAM. I’m still stuck at 1866 MHz myself due to the fact that I just apply the XMP profile on my personal rig. Nothing else.

    • Avatar Robert says:

      Same but i got the old vengeance 2 x 4gb kit

      • Avatar Skidmarks says:

        Old or new the performance should essentially be the same so no need to rush out and buy this kit. If you want more memory, just add a further 2 modules (assuming you can still get the older kit which I’m sure you can).

  • Avatar cri8tive08 says:

    nice i would like to win some of that

  • Avatar Jim says:

    just buy it. the 2133mhz models work great too

  • Avatar Bill Barnes says:

    i want some!! Let me test out for your you and Ill send it right back!!! Hmmmm LOL Corsair is a leader would buy anything from them !

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