A month ago, G.Skill figured out how to accomplish a record-breaking 32GB (4x8GB) unit at a cool 4,266MHz. Only a month later, Corsair has figured out how to improve, its most current unit running a word-initial 4,333MHz.
The new Corsair Vengeance LPX 32GB DDR4-4333MHz memory pack, codenamed CMK32GX4M4K4333C19, is worked with the same ultra-superior Samsung B-pass on DDR4 ICs as its rivals, running forceful CL19-26-26-46 timings at 1.5V. The unit is completely XMP 2.0 agreeable, coming down this record-setting execution to a solitary BIOS setting.
The tests were directed to the unit running in the double channel on an ASUS ROG MAXIMUS X saint motherboard, combined with an Intel Core i5-8600K processor. Intel’s Z370 chipset is the thing that made accomplishing the record 4,333MHz speed conceivable, yet the additional approval of the MemTest exhibits that it is reliably successful for the new pack.
While Corsair does deliver a scope of memory to take into account diverse client needs, this record-breaking speed is limited to its DDR4 LPX arrangement with a possibility too in the long run advance over to the Vengeance RGB or premium Dominator Platinum arrangement. For the present, in any case, overclock lovers are the objective market for Corsair’s high-limit, high-recurrence RAM.
The Corsair Vengeance LPX DDR4-4333MHz RAM will be accessible in December from Corsair’s site and perhaps extra approved retailers, upheld by a similar lifetime restricted guarantee that the other Vengeance LPX packs gloat. Shockingly, if RGB is more you’re a thing, it may be worth giving up 67MHz and staying with G.Skill’s Trident Z RGB.