Vengeance Low Profile heat spreaders have a reduced height of 1.03” (26.25mm). They’re designed for high-performance systems with extra-large CPU coolers, small form factor system builds, or any other space-constrained application where you need high-performance memory but standard Vengeance modules might not fit. Features Great for overclocking
Each Vengeance memory module is built from DRAM ICs specially selected for performance potential, to allow you to explore the limits of system overclocking.
If you're new to overclocking, full support for Intel Extreme Memory Profile (Intel XMP) makes it easy. Add Vengeance to your XMP-compatible system and it can automatically select the maximum possible overclocking performance, quickly and easily.
Make your system build budget go farther
If you're a gamer, a system builder, or just an all-around performance enthusiast, you should demand performance and reliability, regardless of your budget. If you need dependable, overclockable memory at an attractive price, Vengeance is a great choice.
Rigorous screening and exhaustive testing
Speed is nothing without stability. That’s why Vengeance DDR3 memory kits, like all Corsair memory products, are carefully screened and tested to exacting standards. They’re backed up with a limited lifetime warranty that lets you buy with confidence.
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