Corsair Vengeance Pro DDR3 1866MHz 16GB Memory Kit Review

by - 7 years ago

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Testing Procedure


Methods

In our memory reviews we keep things relatively simple. We load in the memory kit that is being tested onto our test system and we benchmark it at its primary XMP profile using AIDA 64 and CPU-Z for validation. Once complete we then overclock the kit to see how far we can push it, then benchmark it again using the same combination of AIDA 64 and CPU-Z.

Test System (Pictured Below)

  • Motherboard – Asus Maximus VI Formula Z87
  • Processor – Intel Core i7 4770K at Stock With Turbo Enabled
  • RAM – Varies By Review
  • Graphics Card – Reference AMD HD 7950 (Non-Boost variant)
  • CPU Cooler – Corsair H100i with Quiet Fan Profile and Noctua NT-H1 Thermal Paste
  • Power Supply – Corsair HX1050W
  • Main Storage Drive – Kingston HyperX 240GB SSD over SATA III interface
  • Chassis – Lian Li T60 Test Bench
  • Displays – Dell U2711 Ultra Sharp
  • Operating System – Windows 7 Ultimate 64 Bit

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We would like to thank Asus, Intel, AMDCorsairKingston, Lian Li, Dell, Noctua and all our other partners who supplied us with test equipment and hardware. Their generosity makes our testing possible and without them we wouldn’t be able to produce the reviews we do, so thank you!

Software Used

  • AIDA 64
  • CPU-Z

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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