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    Corsair New DDR4 Memory (CMK46GX4M4A2800C16)

    Long time no see. Bros

    I introduce my Corsair New DDR4 Memory named Vengernce LPX(Qurd channel 16G)
    And part name CMK46GX4M4A2800C16
    Also it has specification 2800Mhz , Cl16-18-18-36 , 1.20V
    Please see below for a detail photos.

    I will try to get X99 M'b and CPU. Afterwards I will test it.
    I look forward to handling this memory.
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    Thanks for posting! I'm looking forward to seeing your results!

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    Nice to see 4X4 will be available, there where rumors only 4X8 DDR4 would be available, most people will be O.K. with 16 gigs for most of there needs. Look forward to your results, thanks in advance.

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    It's the Hynix chips (rev 5.29)?
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    Yes, these modules are based on Hynix MFR (DDR4 version).

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    Ok thanks

    I guess it's not the Hynix with G.Skill Ripjaws4 2800 16-16-16 (more aggressive timings)?
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    Do you have news ?

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    Firsts tests
    3200MHz 15-15-15-36 (1.375v)




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    Nice

    Possible 3200 16-18-18 at 1.35v (stable h24)?
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    I have that kit along with X99 Deluxe and 5930K and still haven't done any testing at all
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    Test system
    CPU : 5960X retail
    M'b : MSI X99 Mpower
    Memmory : CORSAIR Vengernce LPX DD4 2800Mhz , CL16-18-18-36 , 1.20V , Ver.5.29 (Hynix)
    Power : CORSAIR 1200W


    The advantage of this memory.
    First, the price is reasonable and it has good simple desing.
    Second, you can reach tight timming and high frequency easily.
    Finally, It has same OC performance (DDR4 3000)
    For these resons, while I do test, I really enjoyed overclocking.

    I think that, You don't need DDR4 3000 or DDR4 3200
    This is sufficient for OC!


    OC test result summary
    (Please refer to the attached screenshot below)




















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