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Corsair Vengeance LPX 32GB DDR4 3000MHz Non-ECC DIMM 2 x 16GB Memory Kit CMK32GX4M2A2133C13

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CORSAIR DDR4 VENGEANCE LPX RAM

With this set of DDR4 memory you are gaining a high density compact into just two modules of RAM. Each stick is equipped with 16GB bringing the total to 32GB. If you tend to store large amounts of information and media on your computer then 32GB may be just what you are looking for. These speeds are toward the bottom-end of DDR4 but boast some of the fastest CAS latency in DDR4 technology. The embedded speeds are toward the bottom-end of DDR4 but boast some of the fastest CAS latency in DDR4 technology, this means the RAM doesn’t have to wait as long between reading commands. Combining the CAS Latency with the Vengeance LPX heat-sink makes for a very reliable and fluent process.

EXPERIENCE THE TRUE POWER OF DDR4 RAM

It was 2007 that the DDR3 standard was announced and in the years since then technology has only been pushed further. Eventually the memory standard was pushed to the edge of DDR3 limits, until DDR4 smashed through those limits! Corsair DDR4 doubled the bandwidth and dramatically increase clock speeds, whilst consuming less power than ever before.

MOTHERBOARD SOCKET DDR4 OPTIMIZATION

Vengeance LPX DDR4 form factor is optimized and compatibility-tested for the latest X99 and Intel 100 series motherboards, forging reliably fast performance. With any standard DDR4 DIMM memory socketed motherboard you shouldn’t have any trouble installing the powerful Vengeance LPX RAM and getting that DDR4 performance into your system.

UNLOCK THE POTENTIAL WITHIN DDR4

Corsair’s Vengeance LPX DDR4 has been built around high-performance overclocking. Each module from the LPX series utilizes highly-screened memory ICs and an eight-layer PCB, with further overclocking improvments through the efficient heat spreader that provides effective cooling. The eight-layer PCB system on these DDR4 memory sticks helps if your computer is trying to squeeze too much information into one layer, causing a significant rise in temperature which can create a multitude of issues.