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RAM Corsair Vengeance RGB 32GB DDR4-3000 (CMR32GX4M4C3000C15) Review

The computer memory market has also latched on to the colour coordination theme with gusto. No matter what colour your build, there's likely to be a matching heatspreader for you. Going further, some companies have added various lighting effects to cater for the enthusiast with an eye on striking design as well as top-notch performance.
Corsair has been one such company. The Vengeance series received an LED transformation last summer. Now, though, said memory is getting the full-on RGB makeover. Enter the Vengeance RGB.
You may know that Kingston already has LED RGB memory on its Predator series, whose lighting is controllable via the motherboard's software, thus relying on the likes of Asus, MSI and Gigabyte to offer full support. The upshot is that the performance X99 platform isn't supported out of the box. Corsair, however, controls its lighting via the motherboard's SMBus and integrates with Corsair Link software, meaning that the modules are vendor agnostic and wor…

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