The Corsair Vengeance series made its way to goldfries.com lab. It looks good, doesn’t it?
The computer setup used for this review.
|Processor||Intel Core i5-2500K|
|Power Supply||Xigmatek NRP-PC602 600w|
|Test Software||Memtest86+ 4.20|
*No OS, just the bootable Memtest.
Below is the BIOS configuration, with RAM selected at 1866 which somehow the BIOS will run it at higher spec. *image taken from previous RAM review*
As with my usual tests, just a quick Memtest86 run through does the job.
The RAM works fine even beyond rated speed.
The RAM managed to almost past Memtest at DDR3-2100 speed as well, only to fail at the final parts of the test. With that, I believe DDR3-2100 speed is attainable with some tweak on the timings and voltage.
The RAM is beautiful to behold, and it comes in a variety of colors as well. No, not iPhone 5C colors but just gold, black, blue and red.
The dual channel 8GB kit retails at RM 360.