CES 2017 - Corsair made good on its flavorful teases and showcased its new scintillating RAM at this year's Consumer Electronics Show.
Hardware-makers today are quite interested in adding colorful flair to every gaming product; we have all the traditional peripherals like gaming mice, keyboards and fans outfitted with fluxing RGB color, but the trend has passed onto PSUs, motherboards, mousepads, and now RAM.
Corsair is the latest to add fluxing prismatic glow to its high-performance Vengeance DDR4 RAM modules which sport "virtually unlimited lighting configurations" across a huge 16.7 million-color RGB palette.
The demoed Vengeance RGB Series DDR4 modules clocked in at a 2133MHz frequency, but it's possible that the series could feature the same capacities and frequencies of the Vengeance LED line; 8GB and 16GB modules with 2133MHz, 2666MHz, 3000MHz, 3200MHz and 3466MHz frequencies in single, dual-, and quad-channel kits.
Corsair also affirms the Vengeance RGB Series features all of the staples of high-end RAM, and are "optimized for highest performance on Intel's X99, Z100 and Z200 series," with XMP 2.0 profiles for easy overclocking.
No word on pricing or availability has been announced.
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