As shown during Computex 2016 show back in June, Corsair has now officially unveiled its new Vengeance LED DDR4 Performance memory lineup.
Featuring a 10-layer PCB and screened ICs, that should both provide better reliability as well as better overclocking potential, the new Corsair Vengeance LED DD4 memory lineup will range from 2,600MHz to 3,6000MHz and available in 16GB (2x8GB), 32GB (4x8GB or 2x16GB) and 64GB (4x16GB) capacities.
Corsair also noted that the 2,600 and 2,666MHz kits run at 1.2V while all other will need 1.35V.
Corsair also promised that this is just a start as it is currently also working on the same Vengeance LED DDR4 that will tick at 4,333MHz.
The key feature of the Vengeance LED DDR4 memory lineup is the top LED light bar, which is integrated in the recognizable Corsair aluminum heatspreader design. The new Vengeance LED DDR4 memory can be also set to work in plenty of light effects which are user configurable.
Unfortunately, Corsair did not reveal any details regarding the price as there will be a wide offer of different kits working at different frequencies and coming in various capacities.