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Review: Corsair Vengeance RGB 32GB DDR4-3000 (CMR32GX4M4C3000C15)

by Tarinder Sandhu on 21 March 2017, 13:01

Tags: Corsair

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Test Methodology

Comparison Memory

 
Corsair Vengeance RGB
Crucial Ballistix Sport
Model
CMR32GX4M4C3000C15
BLS2C16G4D240FSE
Capacity
32GB (4x8GB)
32GB (2x16GB)
Speed
3,000MHz
2,400MHz
Timings
15-17-17-35-2T
16-16-16-39-2T
Voltage
1.35V
1.20V
Price
£300
£240

Test Platform

CPU Intel Core i7-6700K @ 4.4GHz all cores
Motherboard Asus Z270F Gaming
Primary Storage Device Samsung 950 Pro 256GB
Graphics Card EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 FTW 8GB (378.78)
Power Supply be quiet! Dark Power Pro 11 850W
Operating System Windows 10 64-bit

Benchmarks

HEXUS.PiFast Our number-crunching benchmark stresses a single core by calculating Pi to 10m places
CINEBENCH R15 Using Cinebench's multi-CPU render, this cross-platform benchmark stresses all cores
AIDA64 v5.80.4098 Memory analysis tool supporting Skylake CPUs
3DMark Fire Strike DX11, Default Test
VR Mark Default Orange Room Test
Hitman DX12, 1,920x1,080 and 2,560x1,440 Ultra
Total War: Warhammer DX12, 1,920x1,080 and 2,560x1,440 Ultra

Notes

We're comparing the Corsair Vengeance RGB to a two module Crucial kit of the same capacity albeit with slower speeds.

Overclocking

We've chosen three arbitrary speeds and timings in order to evaluate the overclocking potential of the modules. Voltage was increased to 1.45V.

  3,200MHz
(15-17-17-35-2T)
3,333MHz
(15-17-17-17-2T)
3,600MHz
(17-18-18-40-2T)
Corsair Vengeance RGB 3,000 @ 1.45V