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


Corsair’s anodized aluminum heat spreaders just ooze the essence of power and this iteration of heat spreaders just leaks geeky goodness. The name promises LEDs, and with few LED kits on the market, Corsair could have used blackmail prices but chose to keep the 2666 32GHz kit in the sub-$200 price range.


Seen stacked, you get a peek at the LED slots on the top of the Corsair Vengeance LED 32GB 2666MHz kit. Corsair went with an appreciated black PCB. With that sexy look, a green PCB would have just spoiled the aesthetics.


On the back of the kit is a sticker with the specifications of the kit.


Here’s a close shot where you can see the exact kit number; CMU32GX4M2A2666C16R at 16-18-18-35 and 1.20v. We should mention that on the ASUS Maximus VIII we had to up the voltage to 1.25V, but that was likely just VDroop on the system board.


Here’s the kit mounted on the Maximus VIII and looking good, but lets get to the lighting.


With the rig fired up you an see the vibrant red emanating from the kit, and the lighting fades in and out in a breathing pattern.


Even with the lights on you get a good look at the lights that are sure to be the center of attraction in your rig.


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