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Corsair Vengeance DDR5 RAM 32GB 4800mhz (2x16GB)

With newer and newer generations of technology, this set of RAM does a good job representing the newest generation of RAM DDR5 with its speed of 4800Mhz and its CAS Latency of 40. With 32GB anything is possible from video editing to gaming, to regular day use, you will be confident to say that your RAM speed will never be an issue. Even the aesthetics of this set of RAM by Corsair looks good, blending in with any motherboard, and looking high performance and fresh.

After buying a 32Gb set of this DDR5 Corsair RAM, I have concluded that if you are still on DDR4, it is not yet time to convert to DDR5. Although this RAM does a great job and has excellent performance, for its heavy price tag of $92.99, I would say if you still have DDR4, it might be a good idea to wait until DDR5 prices drop a little bit. Thank you for reading this and I wish you success in your future PC builds.


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Kingston FURY Beast DDR4 Memory

Kingston is a technology company that makes mostly flash-memory products other computer items. And one of the products we’re focusing on is the Kingston FURY Beast DDR4 Memory. This memory is mostly made for home PCs due to it being 8GB, it is known as the fastest memory for home PCs, despite the fact it’s has no overclock. As I already said it’s capacity is 8 gigabytes, it’s a DDR4 3200 CL16, it is a Non-Error-connection code, it is a dual channel, it’s CAS Latency is 16, it’s voltage is 1.35v, and it’s access time would be 200. This memory is pretty decent as a home computer, but I would recommend a memory with an overclock, because it would way faster when you need it to be. plus this costs $71.98, there are way more cheaper and definitely more worth to buy, but if you still want to buy it the link is at the bottom.


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Corsair Vengeance LPX Memory Review

VENGEANCE® LPX 16GB (2 x 8GB) DDR4 DRAM 3200MHz C16 Memory Kit - Black

When I purchased this memory I wanted it for my computer at my workplace so I would not be gaming on it. So it had good ratings so I figured that it would be perfect the motherboard that I have that it will be going into is the Gigabyte x570s Aero G so far this memory I have installed it perfectly I have had no problem it came in pretty fast and was an easy install I would recommend it but I wouldn’t get it for gaming because its only 16 GB it is pretty cheap I am pleased with my purchase and would recommend you buying it for your use.



CORSAIR Vengeance LPX Memory Review

VENGEANCE® LPX 16GB (2 x 8GB) DDR4 DRAM 3200MHz C16 Memory Kit - BlackI recently purchased the CORSAIR Vengeance LPX with 16GB DIMM Memory Module (CMK16GX4M2B3200C16) for my motherboard I use for gaming.  The motherboard I use for gaming is the A320M-K AMD Ryzen, it only takes DDR4 RAM.  I got it because it was fast, a cheap price, and I wanted 16GB or more of RAM. After making my purchase and putting the ram in the motherboard, I realized that this definitely wasn’t the best RAM that I could’ve came up with. The recommended GB for gaming usage is 32GB and I went under the recommendation, which caused my PC to be a little slow. Personally, if you’re going for gaming, I do not recommend this choice of RAM.

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Kingston Fury Beast Memory Review

I recently acquired the Kingston Fury Beast 32GB DIMM Memory Module (KF556C40BB32) for my gaming setup. My motherboard, the MSI MAG B650 TOMAHAWK, only supports DDR5 RAM. I opted for this module due to its speed, affordability, and the fact that I wanted 32GB of RAM. However, I later realized that I should have gone for a 2x16GB set instead, in order to take full advantage of my motherboard’s dual-channel capabilities. Although this module would have been a good choice for future expansion if I needed 64GB, 32GB is already more than sufficient for a typical gaming setup, making my purchase a mistake.

Despite appearing fast, the specifications (listed below) reveal the true speed of the RAM. When calculating the response time (40/5,600,000,000), the result is 7.14ns, which is not particularly impressive. I was disappointed with this result, especially when comparing it to the faster response time and lower CL of a DDR4 stick in my previous system. However, at the time of writing, the cost of the module is $125.82, which is a reasonable price for 32GB of DDR5 RAM.

I would strongly advise seeking out a dual-channel set of RAM and conducting the necessary calculations, rather than relying solely on the MHz specification. Dividing the CAS Latency by the frequency enables you to determine the RAM response time, which is a crucial factor to consider. By way of comparison, the G.SKILL Ripjaws S5 2x16GB boasts the same frequency, but with a lower CL of 36, resulting in an impressively fast 6.4ns response time. Furthermore, it is priced at a mere $119.95, making it both cheaper and faster than the Kingston Fury Beast. Consequently, I must advise against purchasing the latter RAM at this time.

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Kingston Fury Beast RGB Dual Memory Kit

I recently bought this memory and tested it for my gaming PC. It works well for my PC even though it is not very fast because I choose non-overclocked memory. This memory is 32 GB (2x 16BG), which is what I recommend if you are buying memory for a gaming PC and don’t want to overclock. It is $86.55 on Newegg and has a 4.9/5 egg review.

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Overall, it is very good memory and I highly recommend it if you’re looking for 32GB of DDR4 memory.

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CORSAIR Dominator Platinum Memory

I bought and tested this memory and I use it in my gaming PC and it’s super fast and does it’s job well. This memory retails for  $344.99.  Here is the link to where you can purchase this memory. I would recommend this memory for your gaming PC or if you want use this memory to refresh one of your older PC’s.

Here are some specifications of this memory.

  • Brand: Corsair
  • Cost: $344.99
  • Type: 288-Pin PC RAM
  • Generation:DDR5
  • Non ECC
  • Speed: 5600 MHz
  • Channels: Dual
  • Cas Latency: 40
  • 1.25 V

References: Newegg

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Kingston Fury Beast Memory Review

Kingston Fury Beast

I recently purchased the Kingston Fury Beast 32GB DIMM Memory Module (KF556C40BB32) for my gaming rig.  The motherboard on my rig is the MSI MAG B650 TOMAHAWK and takes only DDR5 RAM.  I got it because it was fast and a good price and I wanted 32GB of RAM.  After making my purchase I realized that I should have purchased a 2x16GB set in order to take advantage of the dual-channel nature of my motherboard.  If I needed 64GB this would have been a good choice for future expansion, but 32GB is more than enough for a normal gaming rig, so my purchase was really a mistake.

This memory is new enough that there are no NewEgg reviews. 

It is seemingly fast but the specifications (below) tell the truth.  The response time can be calculated to find the true RAM speed (40/5,600,000,000)=7.14ns.  This is not a great response time and I was relatively unhappy when I did the calculations.  A DDR4 stick in my old system had a far faster response time and lower CL by comparison.  The current cost as of this posting was $125.82, not a terrible price for 32GB of DDR5 RAM.

Memory Details
Capacity 32GB
Type 288-Pin PC RAM
Speed  DDR5 5600 (PC5 44800)
CAS Latency  40
Voltage  1.25
Color Black
LED Color None

I would recommend looking for a dual-channel set of RAM.  I would also recommend you do the calculations and not just look at the MHz of the RAM.  dividing the CAS Latency by the frequency gives the RAM response time.  The G.SKILL Ripjaws S5 2x16GB by comparison is the same frequency with a CL of 36 giving it a 6.4ns response time.  That and it is $119.95.  Cheaper and faster.   In short, I do not recommend this RAM at this time.

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CORSAIR Vengeance LPX Review

CORSAIR Vengeance LPX is the best memory that I have ever had. CORSAIR Vengeance LPX 32GB speed currently is DDR4 3200 (PC4 25600). It is currently listed for $110 on Newegg and has excellent reviews from other users, with 4.6 out of 5 eggs by all reviewers.

The specifications of the memory are impressive. The most important of the specs are:

  • Model
  • Type
    288-Pin PC RAM
  • Speed
    DDR4 3200 (PC4 25600)
  • CAS Latency
  • Timing
  • Voltage
  • Capacity
    32GB (4 x 8GB)

Newegg’s ratings of this memory are where it is rated high among CORSAIR memory. With a Capacity of 32GB (4 x 8GB) and the Type is 288-Pin PC RAM, this memory will not disappoint any avid person. It does show CAS Latency is 16, so use caution if you are attempting to use it with other chipsets.

While there are other faster CORSAIR memory for ASUS Prime A320M-K AMD Ryzen AM4 DDR4 HDMI VGA M.2 Micro-ATX A320 Motherboard, if you currently have an AM4 rig, this is your best choice for a quality upgrade. The Speed rating is superior to many options listed above and is the more important number for any person. Play on!

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“CORSAIR Vengeance LPX 32GB (4 X 8GB) 288-Pin PC RAM DDR4 3200 (PC4 25600) Desktop Memory Model CMK32GX4M4B3200C16 –”, 29 Nov. 2016, Accessed 16 Feb. 2023.

Corsair Vengeance Memory 32 GB DDR5 7200MHz Review

The Corsair DDR5 7200MHz memory is the best memory that I have ever owned and I am more than happy to share my review of this memory with you. In the time that I have owned this memory, I have never had any problems with this memory. It’s extremely fast and reliable. Since I have owned this memory the overall speed of my PC has also increased extremely.

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This RAM is DDR5 with a speed of 7200 MHz and a CL of 34. This RAM is very fast, and reliable, and has really increased the performance of my PC. I would recommend this RAM to any experienced PC enthusiast as it is quite expensive. This RAM comes at a price of $287.99. Although this is expensive, I believe that it’s worth every last penny as this RAM has very high performance.

RAM Specifications

  • DDR5
  • Dual Channel
  • 7200MHz
  • CL 34
  • Non-Parity
  • Non-ECC



Works Cited

“Corsair DDR5.” Are You a Human?,

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