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Vengeance LP Performance Memory modules, 16GB (4x4GB) DDR3 1866MHz CL9 Unbuffered DIMM Memory with XMP 1.3 for Intel Dual and Quad Channel platforms, including 2nd and 3rd generation Intel ® Core Processor platforms. Every Vengeance memory module provides users with outstanding performance and high quality. Vengeance memory modules are built using carefully selected DRAM to allow excellent overclocking performance and rock solid stability. Compatible with AMD, Intel Z68, Z77 and X79 platforms.
Rock solid memory
Pros: Fast, low profile so it won't interfere with large CPU coolers, XMS profile, runs cool at rated voltage and clock.
Other Thoughts: Good value for fast memory; the low profile keeps the memory sticks well clear of my large CPU cooler.
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Pros: Ok price but bought it for the 1866 speed.
Cons: I rushed the order and forgot to check my MB ASUS P8X79LE for the QVL and these sticks turned out to not be on the list. Had blue screen and reboots at 1866 and 1600 speeds. But after a Bios update things ran stable all the way up to 4.5Ghz(3.GHz nonOC'ed)
Other Thoughts: Maybe I got lucky but check your MB QVL
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Memory works but not at stated speed
Pros: This memory worked with my ASUS SABERTOOTH Z77 motherboard with i7 3770K processor.
Cons: I can not get it to post at 1600 or 1866 Mhz.
Other Thoughts: I will be returning it and replacing it memory on the asus recommendation list for my motherboard.
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Pros: It was not DOA.
Cons: Let me preface with the following is mentioned knowing that memory alone does not determine system limitations. The memory would not POST at 1866 MHz or 1600 MHz, even with high latency CAS (e.g. 15). I could only get this memory to POST at 1333 MHz @ 7 CAS. I tried the specified 1.5vDC. I am using a AMD FX-8120 brand new CPU. I think this memory should come with a warning - speeds only with Intel CPUs. I tried all possible setting combinations, even turning off 4 cores and decreasing HT and northbridge frequencies. Caution: Could not POST @ 1866 MHz on AMD FX-series CPU.
Other Thoughts: I was really excited when the AMD FX-series processors claim compatibility with 1866MHz. Really, that was the only reason I upgraded from a Phenom II 1055. I know its not entirely Corsairs fault, but who takes the blame when AMD, Gigabyte, and Corsair both claim 1866 MHz support? I am just really surprised that it would not even POST at 1600 MHz. I have been building PCs since the days of the original Pentium, AMD 586, and Cyrix CPUs, and to see this level of incompatibility exist in this day and age is sad. My next build will probably be Intel, ASUS, and Kingston due to this. What happened to the days where you got what you were sold?
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