A new generation of AM5 platform has been launched, and AMD motherboard platform, in addition to the continuation of the past A-XMP memory one-key overclocking technology, this time with the AM5 platform! That is AMD’s custom EXPO memory one-click overclocking technology! And Corsair has stepped up its pace to launch a set specially optimized and certified for AMD EXPO! Based on the Vengeance RGB series, the “Vengeance RGB DDR5 16GBx2 6000Mhz For AMD” dual-channel memory combination was launched.
Corsair Vengeance RGB DDR5 16GBx2 6000Mhz For AMD Specifications:
Memory Capacity: 32GB (2 X 16GB)
Memory Clock: DDR5-6000 MHz
Memory Timing: CL30-30-36-76
Memory Specifications: DIMM
Memory Voltage: 1.4 V
PMIC Type: Overclocking PMIC
Overclocking Certification: AMD EXPO
Warranty: Lifetime Warranty
Vengeance RGB DDR5 6000Mhz For AMD Out of the Box / AMD EXPO Certified
Corsair Vengeance RGB DDR5 For AMD Memory adds an AMD EXPO badge on the outer packaging, players are choosing The purchase memory can be identified more quickly when you get it, and also remind players that they need to confirm whether the product they have received is correct when they check out!
The appearance design language of the Corsair Vengeance series is very different from the Dominator Platinum series. The memory used this time is grey as the theme colour for a large area. The top is made of a pentagonal light bar as the main illuminator of the RGB light guide. Vengeance DDR5 memory The body supports Corsair iCUE software to control lighting effects, and players can customize the lighting effects with other hardware.
This time we tested two pairs of 16GB with a total capacity of 32GB. With the increasing demand for software and the replacement of generations, a single 16GB DDR5 memory capacity has become the market demand standard.
The Vengeance RGB I started this time is a cool grey colour scheme. The memory heat sink is made of aluminium material to passively help the particles and PMIC to dissipate heat. On the titanium grey block that occupies a large area, there are many geometric patterns stacked with triangles printed on it. And printed with DDR5 and RGB fonts.
In the centre block, part of the armour is light grey, with the words “Vengeance” printed on the wire drawing process, while the back is affixed with a detailed specification sheet of the memory, such as the frequency, timing, voltage, and memory after EXPO is turned on. The capacity of the motherboard itself and the memory SKU serial number needs to be checked when querying the motherboard memory support list.
The Vengeance series memory is displayed by the light guide bar at the top. A small pirate ship Logo is printed on the top view of the memory. The light guide bar is equipped with ten customizable RGB LED lamp beads. The overall lighting effect can be seen. It looks softer.
Vengeance RGB DDR5 adopts a single-sided chip design, with a total of eight SK Hynix memory chips with a capacity of 2GB on one side. There is also a DDR5 memory integrated power control chip “PMIC” next to the chip. Unlike the motherboard, this design allows the memory to have better efficiency in power management.
In addition to overclocking through the motherboard Bios, Corsair integrates the voltage adjustment function into the Corsair iCUE software. Corsair predicts that in the future, iCUE can be used to set options in AMD EXPO, so that overclockers can efficiently and quickly Adjust the value, but unfortunately, this function has not been updated yet. At present, the author cannot personally operate the demonstration for you to see.
Corsair Vengeance RGB DDR5 16GBx2 6000Mhz For AMD Memory Test
As can be seen from the SPD page of CPU-Z, this group of memory uses SK Hynix Hynix particles, and the memory used this time has AMD EXPO certification, so our test platform should of course use the AMD Ryzem7000 platform that supports DDR5 memory, the motherboard uses GIGABYTE B650E AORUS MASTER and AMD Ryzem Ryzen 9 7950X processors to test Corsair Vengeance RGB DDR5 32GB 6000Mhz, and test the default JEDEC 4800 Mhz and EXPO overclocking 6000, 6200Mhz performance respectively.
Processor: AMD Ryzen 9 7950X
Motherboard: GIGABYTE B650E AORUS MASTER (rev. 1.0)
Memory: Corsair Vengeance RGB DDR5 16GBx2 6000Mhz For AMD
Graphics Card: NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Super
System Disk: Team Group CARDEA Z44Q
Operating System: Windows 11 Pro
The default JEDEC clock of Vengeance RGB DDR5 is 4800Mhz CL40-40-40-77, the read and write using AIDA 64 test is 61434MB/s, 64863MB/s, the copy is 56971MB/s, and the delay is 80.2ns. The setting file after key overclocking is 6000Mhz CL 30-36-36-76 voltage 1.4V, using AIDA64 test read and write is 84874MB/s, 89343MB/s, Copy is 77787MB/s, and the delay is 57.4ns.
Under the same automatic voltage setting file, you can overclock to 6200Mhz, but at a higher 6400Mhz, you can’t pass the motherboard’s self-check program. If you want to run at a higher clock, you may need to adjust other parameters. , the reading and writing results of the 6200Mhz test here are 87535MB/s, 90621MB/s, the copy is 80052MB/s, and the delay is 60.8ns. In addition, I remind AIDA64 that the AM5 platform is not yet fully supported, so the test results here are for reference only.
In addition, use the motherboard EXPO preset file setting 6000Mhz CL 30-36-36-76 voltage 1.4V, use the AIDA64 system memory test item, and conduct a temperature test for the pressure stability of the memory to see if there is no fan on the bare test platform The performance of direct blowing, the highest temperature of SPD Hub reached 53.5°C after 15 minutes of testing. If it is used by ordinary players, there will usually be wind flow in front of the case and above the fan to help the memory dissipate heat, so in the normal use environment, The temperature will be lower. The data here is for reference only.
When AMD launched a new generation of the AM5 platform, it also updated its own memory overclocking certification “EXPO”, and Corsair, one of the memory brands, also stepped up its pace to update its product series, launching the Vengeance RGB DDR5 For AMD series, Give players on different platforms more choices.
The heat dissipation armor of Vengeance RGB DDR5 For AMD is a relatively low-key colour scheme, but the top is equipped with a very high-profile RGB light bar. This test platform, it has a good read and writes performance and latency of 57.4ns. Using SK Hynix Sea Lux Particles believe that there is also a good overclocking performance that can make all players have a good time! If the performance and appearance budget meet the needs of players, this group of memory is also a good choice.
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Title: Unboxing and certification for the Corsair Vengeance RGB DDR5 16GBx2 6000Mhz for AMD Memory EXPO Special Optimization!