Corsair is catering to the PC user who never wants to close a tab or app by selling 192GB DDR5 memory kits.
Aimed squarely at the enthusiast market, Corsair announced(Opens in a new window) the 192GB kits a couple of weeks ago, but they are now generally available to buy(Opens in a new window). Two versions of the kit will be offered under the Corsair Vengeance brand, with the only differences between the two being integrated RGB lighting and the price.
Both versions contain four 48GB modules, use DDR5-5200 (PC5-41600) memory with timings of 38-38-38-84, and operate at 1.25V. The non-RGB memory kit costs $724.99, where as the RGB version is slightly more expensive at $749.99.
Corsair says the full range of Vengeance DDR5 memory kits are compatible with Intel 700 series motherboards for 13th Gen Raptor Lake processors.
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Alongside the general availability of the 192GB kits, Corsair announced(Opens in a new window) higher performance DDR-7000 48GB DDR5 memory kits(Opens in a new window). Also available in RGB and non-RGB variants, these faster Vengeance memory kits consist of two DDR5-7000 (PC5-56000) 24GB modules, run at 40-52-52-114 timings, and operate at 1.4V. The non-RGB memory kit is priced at $274.99, where as the RGB version is $10 more at $284.99.
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