By Chris Stolze, on May 19, 2017

Corsair LINK version 4.7.0.77 was recently launched and features initial AMD Ryzen support for our Vengeance RGB/LED DRAM!

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By Jake Crimmins, on August 15, 2013

Intel recently launched their new 4th Generation Intel® Core™ processors, code named Haswell, based on 22nm technology. Intel's previous generation Ivy Bridge processors allowed for speeds of 2800MHz, with Haswell they have allowed for speeds even higher. The maximum default divider supported is 2933MHz but with some manual settings speeds of 3000MHz are possible with the right memory modules, cpu and motherboard. The Haswell memory controller allows you to fill up four slots with 8GB modules in dual channel, for a total of 32GB of memory.

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By Mike Clements, on January 27, 2012

We have assembled a comprehensive users guide for the Vengeance M90 Laser Gaming Mouse. The Vengeance M90 Software Users Guide is complete with illustrations — it will have you up and running in no time, so that you can get the most from your mouse!

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By Dustin Sklavos, on January 2, 2014
The relaxed pace of progress on the mobile CPU and GPU fronts has allowed us to get some extra mileage out of our older gaming laptops, but there are still places we can improve them and keep them up to date.

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By Robert Pearce, on August 29, 2012

I was recently at QUAKECON 2012 in Dallas and while I was there I noticed a lot of people playing a new MOBA (Multiplayer Online Battle Arena) called SMITE. So I decided to get my very own Beta Key and give it a try. Gameplay in SMITE is challenging, fast paced, and a lot of fun!  I also found that, while they’ve done a great job laying out the keyboard, your gameplay can be greatly enhanced with the creation of a few simple macros.  The perfect venue to show off some of the capabilities of the Vengeance M90 Laser Gaming Mouse!  ;-)

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By Robert Pearce, on September 21, 2012

The Vengeance® M90 Performance MMO and RTS Laser Gaming Mouse is a great piece of hardware which can help you automate repetitive tasks and take your gaming to a whole new level! But first you need to know how to take advantage of all those extra buttons and the first step to doing that is making profiles. I'm here today to show you how to do just that in a few simple steps! After reading this you'll be on your way to a whole new way of getting things done. =)

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