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    Corsair intros Vengeance LPX 16GB 4,600MHz DDR4 RAM kit

    This 2x8GB kit is the fastest ever from Corsair. It was co-developed with ASRock.
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    Re: Corsair intros Vengeance LPX 16GB 4,600MHz DDR4 RAM kit

    I'm pleased how fast these kits are getting but the prices even on the low end stuff are too high!

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    Re: Corsair intros Vengeance LPX 16GB 4,600MHz DDR4 RAM kit

    I like to see some Ryzen performance with this!

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    Re: Corsair intros Vengeance LPX 16GB 4,600MHz DDR4 RAM kit

    I really am going to have to find a new hobby, one that isn't held hostage by monopolies and price fixing cartels like the PC component market.

    ..Airfix models seems a nice way to escape from the world for a bit.

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    Re: Corsair intros Vengeance LPX 16GB 4,600MHz DDR4 RAM kit

    And yet Corsair doesn't yet make a memory kit that will officially work with Ryzen beyond 3000MHz or which can consistently perform above 2667MHz on most AM4 motherboards with the latest AGESA updates.

    It's really not helped by various versions of memory kits sourcing their RAM modules from various suppliers, which muddies the water and gives the impression that all of certain memory kits will work on AM4 motherboards at rated speeds, where in reality it's generally the Samsung modules that can reach full speed.

    I'm really hoping that more top-tier memory makers get their act together more on this as Ryzen and Threadripper gain more traction. Currently it feels as though G.Skill is the only one really addressing this head-on.

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