Corsair Memory Vengeance LP Arctic White 8GB DDR3 1600 MHz CAS 9 XMP Dual Channel Desktop
These Vengeance modules are designed for high-performance systems with extra-large CPU coolers, small form factor system builds, or other space-constrained applications that prevent the use of standard Vengeance memory. Each module is built using carefully selected DRAM to allow excellent overclocking performance, and has a limited lifetime warranty.
Features Vengeance Arctic White low profile heat spreader for styling and performance
Intel XMP (Extreme Memory Profile) Support
Limited Lifetime Warranty
|Memory Model||Vengeance Arctic White|
|Memory Type (ECC)||Non-ECC|
|Memory Type (R/U)||Unbuffered|
|Memory Speed||PC3-12800 (1600)|
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- 999 months
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