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


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We would caution you not to jump to conclusions, as RAM is as specific as designer clothing and you can only compare kits rated to run at the same speed. Both Kingston kits on the charts run at 3000MHz and CL 15-16-16 or CL 15-17-17 and are fairly comparable. You can’t get an apples to apples comparison with a kit rated to run at 2666MHz when comparing it to a 3000MHz kit. RAM kits are like cars; you pay for how fast you want to go.

OurĀ Corsairs Vengeance LED 32GB 2666MHz Kit kit gave us 31.5MB/s Integer and 31.33MB/s Float.

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