Corsair Vengeance LPX 16 GB 2400 Desktop Memory Review

The 4 Colors the LPX Series comes in.

This isn’t your standerd boring memory. With Corsair Vengeance LPX series, you can pick from multiple colors to suit your needs for your desktop. These sticks never disappoint me and with support for XMP 2.0, I can have worry-free auto overclocking. This is steered towards people who want a good looking stick without the issue of CPU heatsink clearance. 

  • 16GB Kit (2×8 GB)
  • DDR4 2400 Speed
  • CAS Latancy of 16
  • Timing of 16-16-16-39
  • Non ECC
  • Aluminum Heatspreader
  • Calculated access time of 6.66 nanoseconds
  • Calculated Bandwith of 76.8 GB/s
  • Height of 1.03″

This series is one of the best of its kind and these reviews about this exact kit would support my claim. Check out Toms Hardware’s review on the LPX Series.

Pros: – Works in ASRock X470 Master SLI/AC w/ Ryzen 5 2600
– Works as advertised at 2400Mhz w/ 16GB (2 of 4 slots) @1.2v (w/ XMP profile)
– Was stable at 3200Mhz overclock w/ 16GB (2 of 4 slots) @1.35v (16-18-18-36-54-1T)
– Was stable at 2933Mhz overclock w/ 32GB (4 of 4 slots) @1.35v (20-20-20-48-68-1T)
– This model is not necessarily for AMD systems but according to Corsair website it should work and it does.
Cons: None that I can find.

~Raymond A.

Pros: -Low profile, allows more room for other components.
-Overclockeable, works flawlessly with XMP.
-Overclocked from 2400mhz to 2800mhz.
-Only had to bump up voltage from 1.2V to 1.23V (stable 24/7).
-Corsair as always didn’t disappoint with their RAM.
-Fairly priced (purshased my kit for $90 at the time).
Cons: No complaints.

Ronald V.

Note:  This review is part of a classroom project.

Newegg, Toms Hardware 


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