Posted on March 6, 2013
Corsair Vengeance Pro wins Editor's Choice Award from PC Perspective
"Corsair has another winner on their hands with the Vengeance Pro modules. Because of the tighter timing settings of the modules at stock Intel voltages, the modules run just a bit faster than the competition without heat concerns."Full Review!
By PC Perspective
Posted on June 18, 2013
Vengeance Pro wins TweakTown's Must Have Editor's Choice Award!
"You really can't go too wrong with the Corsair Vengeance Pro memory on a whole. Something we'll be keeping an eye on in the coming weeks, though, is the performance numbers when overclocking is thrown into the mix. Keep an eye out as we explore this more and more as we expand our range of memory kits tested on the new Haswell platform."Full Review!
Posted on April 6, 2013
Vengeance Pro wins TweakTown's Best of Computex 2013
"We select Vengeance Pro CMY16GX3M4A2933C12R by Corsair as the winner of the Memory Kit category. Showing us that you don't have to sacrifice speed for quantity, the CMY16GX3M4A2933C12R kit carries a massive 2933MHz DDR out of the box across four modules at 4GB each giving us a total of 16 GB of memory.
Built with the new Haswell platform in mind, the kit comes with a 12-14-14-36 setup with 1.65v requirement. 2933MHz DDR in itself is a task, but to offer that across a 16GB kit and four modules is a great accomplishment from Corsair. This is not only the RAM we'll be using in our launch coverage of the new Intel Z87 and Haswell platform, but will be used in future motherboard reviews carrying that chipset."Full Review!
By Hardware Canucks
Posted on June 13, 2013
Corsair Vengeance Pro wins Editor's Choice Award from HiTech Legion!
"Price, looks and performance; the Corsair Vengeance Pro 1866MHz memory kit has it all and easily earns the HiTechLegion Editor�s choice award."Full Review!