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Corsair Vengeance LED 2666MHz DC (16-18-18) (CMU32GX4M2A2666C16R)

Corsair Vengeance LED 2666MHz

Today we are taking a look at . It’s a high-density kit of 2 x 16GB sticks and has top mounted red LEDs. It’s been a while since we have seen any high quality LED kits on our bench and they are well overdue. This kit has red LEDs that fluctuate from off to red in alternating patterns but the entire set of LEDs fade in and out at the same time with no traveling effects. If you want that little extra bling that draws the eyes in your chassis, the Corsair Vengeance LED kits are available in red, white and blue.

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Specifications

  • Density: 32GB (2 x 16GB)
  • Speed: 2666MHz
  • Tested Latency: 16-18-18-35
  • Voltage: 1.2V
  • Format: Unbuffered DIMM
  • Pin Out: 288 Pin
  • Intel XMP 2.0
  • Heatspreader: Anodized Aluminum

Compatibility

  • Intel® X99 and 100 Series platforms

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