SKU CMU32GX4M2A2666C16R
VENGEANCE® LED 32GB (16GB x 2 枚) DDR4 DRAM 2666MHz C16 メモリキット - Red LED

CORSAIR VENGEANCE LED Series™ は、鮮やかな LED のユニークな外観と、精密にエンジニアリングされた light bar を特徴とする DDR4 メモリモジュールです。マザーボードやゲーミングコンポーネントのデザインに美しくマッチするよう、特別にデザインされています。VENGEANCE LED メモリは、飾り気のないマシンを、あなただけの 1 台に変えます。


CORSAIR iCUE 互換

Memory Size
Tested Speed
LED Lighting
Speed Rating

鮮やかな LED 照明と、卓越したオーバークロックのすべてを 1 つに

システムをアップグレードしたい、超高速ゲーミングリッドを組み立てたい、オーバークロックの世界記録を更新したい。目的が何であれ、CORSAIR のメモリはあなたの期待を裏切りません。VENGEANCE LED にぜひご注目ください。

ハイパフォーマンスのオーバークロックを想定した設計

各モジュールにカスタム高性能 PCB を採用することでシグナリングを改善。厳選された IC により、AMD と Intel® の最新 DDR4 マザーボードで優れたオーバークロックと信頼性を実現します。 XMP 2.0 プロファイル構成済み。信頼性の高いオーバークロックを自動的に行います。

鮮やかな LED 照明

ユニークなカラー オプションとカスタマイズ可能な LED 照明が、システムのスタイルを華やかに彩ります。

ヒートスプレッダー内臓

適切な冷却機能で熱伝導率を改善します。

リミテッドライフタイム保証付き

安心してお使いいただけます。

高性能カスタム PCB と厳選された RAM

オーバークロックに飛び抜けたポテンシャルを持ちます。

帯域幅を最大化し、レスポンスタイムを向上

新型の DDR4 システム向けに最適化されています。

XMP 2.0 に対応

信頼性が最も高いオーバークロック設定を自動的に選択し、パフォーマンスと安定性を上限まで引き上げます。

システムとのマッチング

LED はレッド、ブルー、ホワイトの 3 色からお選びいただけます。スタイルに合わせて、システムにアクセントをつけてください。

Corsair iCUE で LED を活用

Corsair iCUE は Intel® と AMD の Windows DDR4 システムに対応し、LED を便利に活用できるようにします。iCUE を用いてカスタム温度アラートを作成することで、各メモリ モジュールの LED のライトモードの変化を通じて一目でパフォーマンスを確認できます。また、Corsair iCUE ソフトウェアを用いた配線不要の組み込みにより、ケースファンから最上位品の液冷クーラー Hydro シリーズまで様々な Corsair パーツを監視・制御できます。

インテリジェントな制御と限りない可能性

CORSAIR iCUE ソフトウェアは、ダイナミック RGB ライティング調節機能により、メモリ、ファン、RGB LED ライトストリップ、キーボード、マウスなど、すべての iCUE 互換製品全体で同期することにより、システムを活性化します。

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製品と仕様



  • Package Contents

  • 2 x 16GB memory modules
  • Compatibility

  • Intel 100 Series,Intel 200 Series,Intel 300 Series,Intel X99,Intel X299,AMD 300 Series, AMD 400 Series

技術仕様

  • Memory Size: 32GB Kit (2 x 16GB)
  • Tested Latency: 16-18-18-35
  • Tested Voltage: 1.2V
  • Tested Speed: 2666MHz
  • Heat Spreader: Anodized Aluminum
  • Package Memory Format: DIMM
  • Performance Profile: XMP 2.0
  • Package Memory Pin: 288
Fan Included
No
Memory Configuration
Dual / Quad Channel
Memory Series
VENGEANCE LED
Memory Type
DDR4
Memory Size
32GB Kit (2 x 16GB)
Tested Latency
16-18-18-35
Tested Voltage
1.2V
Tested Speed
2666MHz
Memory Color
BLACK
LED Lighting
RED
Single Zone / Multi-Zone Lighting
Single Zone
SPD Latency
15-15-15-36
SPD Speed
2133MHz
SPD Voltage
1.2V
Speed Rating
PC4-21300 (2666MHz)
Compatibility
Intel 100 Series,Intel 200 Series,Intel 300 Series,Intel X99,Intel X299,AMD 300 Series, AMD 400 Series
Heat Spreader
Anodized Aluminum
Package Memory Format
DIMM
Performance Profile
XMP 2.0
Package Memory Pin
288
さらに表示

Why do we need DDR4?

There are four major reasons why DDR4 is set to replace DDR3: it's capable of hitting faster speeds, it's capable of hitting higher densities (16GB DIMMs are expected in 2015), it has improved error correction built into the baseline specification, and it consumes less power for equivalent or better performance than DDR3. In short, while DDR3 is butting up against its limitations today, DDR4 still has a tremendous amount of room to scale.

Does DDR4 have XMP?

Yes! We have been working hard with all major motherboard vendors to ensure compatibility with our high speed DDR4 memory, and that includes XMP. DDR4 employs a new specification, XMP 2.0, while DDR3 remains on XMP 1.3.

How does XMP work on DDR4?

Very similarly to DDR3, but with some caveats. For starters, Haswell-E tops out at a 2666MHz memory strap, which is very low for what DDR4 can do. Since XMP specifies speeds in excess of 2666MHz, your motherboard BIOS has to compensate somehow. Typically, when XMP tells the motherboard to use a higher memory speed than 2666MHz, the motherboard BIOS will bump the BClk strap from 100MHz to 125MHz. That's normal, but that change will also increase the clock speed of the CPU itself; a well-designed BIOS will compensate and bring the CPU clock speed in line.

I'm running at the default 2133MHz speed, but my system still isn't stable.

Double-check to see which memory slots your DDR4 is installed in against your motherboard’s instruction manual. We’ve found that you have to install your DIMMs in the primary set of memory channels first, in order, to ensure stability. If this checks out, please contact our tech support.

Where can I learn more about DDR4?

We’ve authored a whitepaper that provides a much more detailed examination of this new memory technology. You can find it here.

Why am I encountering stability issues with XMP?

While we've been working around the clock with motherboard vendors to maximize compatibility and performance, these technologies are all very new. If you have trouble with stability using either XMP profile, we recommend either manually entering the speed and timings the DDR4 is rated for or running your memory at its default speeds until your motherboard vendor provides a BIOS update to improve stability.

Why are there two XMP profiles on my Corsair DDR4?

We include a pair of XMP profiles instead of just one for users who want to control how much power is consumed by the memory. The first XMP profile runs the DDR4 at its specification of 1.2V, while the second offers a higher speed at the cost of bumping the voltage to 1.35V. The first profile, then, is officially supported, while the second is not and instead offers a baseline of what the memory should be able to achieve.

What's the difference between Dominator Platinum DDR4 and Vengeance LPX DDR4?

Vengeance LPX is our mainstream DDR4, utilizing a standard height PCB and heatspreader. Dominator Platinum DDR4 adds a larger, more robust heatspreader as well as compatibility with our Light Bar Kit, Dominator Airflow Platinum fan, and Corsair Link for monitoring voltage and temperature (Airflow Pro required.)

Is DDR4 backwards compatible with DDR3?

No. DDR4 and DDR3 have key notches in different places on the DIMM to prevent them from being mixed up, and Haswell-E and X99 are DDR4 only.

Is DDR4 slower than DDR3?

Because DDR4 uses looser latencies than DDR3 does, it can be slightly slower than DDR3 at the same clock speeds. What makes DDR4 important is that it can easily make up for that deficit by hitting higher clock speeds than DDR3 can. Getting DDR3 to run at 2666MHz or higher requires very careful binning of memory chips and can be very expensive, while 2666MHz is the lowest speed we�re launching DDR4 at.

What can we expect from DDR4 in the future?

We're launching DDR4 at up to 3000MHz speeds and 8GB per stick densities, but that's just this year alone. DDR4 is expected to hit 16GB densities in 2015, allowing your X99 motherboard to support a staggering 128GB of memory (provided it has eight memory slots). In short, it's gonna get bigger, and it's gonna get faster.