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Corsair Vengeance RGB PRO 32GB (2x16GB) DDR4 3200MHz 16-18-18-36 $211.80 + Delivery (Free with Prime) @ Amazon US via AU


In Stock : December 15th

CORSAIR VENGEANCE RGB PRO Series DDR4 memory lights up your PC with mesmerizing dynamic multi-zone RGB lighting, while delivering the best in DDR4 performance and stability. Every module boasts ten individually controlled RGB LEDs, while wire-free design makes installation simple. Take control with CORSAIR iCUE software and completely customize every module’s lighting to match your system, or easily synchronize lighting across all your CORSAIR products with Light LINK. A custom designed PCB provides the highest signal quality for the best level of performance and stability on the latest AMD and Intel DDR4 motherboards, while specially screened ICs unlock superior overclocking.

SKU :CMW32GX4M2C3200C16

Tested Latency :16-18-18-36

Memory Size :32GB (2x16GB)

Memory Type : DDR4

Speed :3200mhz

Ps: Make sure about the compatibility with AMD

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  • -1

    Dang!! Wish I had some disposable income right now…

    • +2

      these were $180 during the black friday sales

      • Probably good thing I didn’t see it. Anyone got feedback if they’ve bought and been able to use it?

      • +6

        Those were different timings (16-20-20-38), These have tighter timings of 16-18-18-36

      • This is the "C-series" model CMW32GX4M2C3200C16 with timing 16-18-18-36 vs the "E-series" (16-20-20-38) which was $180 during Black Friday.

        Should be good with AMD though if it's the C-series > https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/500732

  • The more these deals pop up the more I think I got stung on my 16gb Trident Z RGB for $135

    • imagine the people that payed 2x what you did, here is a deal i posted of these exact kits for similar price but half the size @ 16gb: https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/402306

      classic "free market" "supply and demand" market action, i'm skipping ddr4 and will see what ddr5 brings

      • Actually last year it came out there was alot of collusion amongst memory creators that artificially inflated prices.

        • -1

          Right now it's just a class action lawsuit.

          The actual charge of collusion which they got busted for was from early to mid 2000s.

      • +1

        And just to make you feel even better, I paid $250 (at that time discounted) for my 16GB non-RGB just a few months before that old ad.

        edit: also, it was 3000MHz rather than 3200

      • On the same boat, I’d spend $265 on 16gb trident Z 3000 CL15 back in July 2018. Still kicking myself but that was the best option at the time.

  • If I paired these up with 2x 8GB 3200 Corsair RGB RAM (same timings) would I experience any downfalls? Running a Ryzen 3700x.

  • I just saw this as well and thought DAMN that's a good deal for the C series (not E).

    • Pity Amazon doesn't price match itself and whilst I could refund/repurchase the item again, it turns out I used a $30 promotion credit on the $241 price two weeks ago so even if I refund the order, I only get the net amount paid (and no refund of the single use promotional credit) of $211 so net net no difference :(

  • Wish I could figure a sure way to check compatibility - have TechFast-issued Biostar B45M2 w/ R5 2600… the AMD compatibility list seems really limited and I can't find anything useful from Biostar… any suggestions?

  • Very good, Amazon has 12% cashback right now so I cancelled and reordered!

    • Yeah, it's a really good deal at that price point.

  • how overclockable are these?