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Introducing the CORSAIR VENGEANCE DDR5 Memory


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Hey everyone,

We're excited to present an all-star in our DDR5 memory product lineup that is continuing our memory legacy - VENGEANCE DDR5. Optimized for Intel motherboards, packaged and designed in a compact module that suits your system all while delivering the highest frequencies, providing the greatest capacities of DDR5 technology in today's market. Here are a few quick highlights:

  • Faster processing, rendering, and buffering than ever before - take your PC computing to another level 
  • Stylish, solid aluminum heatspreader with low clearance that provides wide system compatibility and takes away the worry of component clearance, while packing a modern design.
  • Take full advantage of XMP 3.0 and fine-tune your VENGEANCE memory's performance via our iCUE software - even allowing you to save separate performance profiles so you can switch accordingly for different applications/tasks.* 

Click on Black and White for more information. We’ve put together a quick FAQ below.

Q: What is DDR5, and why do I need it?
A: Since DDR4 hit the market just a bit over six years ago, a lot has changed in processing power. Continuous technological advancements and increasing core counts on CPUs have pushed for the development of DDR5 which promises to deliver performance improvements when current memory bandwidths are unable to keep up.

Q: Can DDR5 fit in a DDR4 slot?      
A: DDR5 will not fit in a DDR4 slot. Although both DDR4 and DDR5 have the same number of pins, the notch location is different.

Q: Will I need a new generation of motherboard(s) to run DDR5? 
A: Yes, a new generation of motherboards and CPU's will be required to run DDR5.

For more FAQs, please refer to our DDR5 Memory FAQ Thread and to our DDR5 Memory Blog.

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*XMP Profile Manager will be available in Q4 2021, and availability depends on motherboard BIOS support. 

We're excited for the future, and we hope you are too! Let us know your thoughts and comments down below!

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a little typo 🙂 "Dominator" carried over in the XMP3 part ^^

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A buddy of mine bought Corsair Vengeance DDR5 2x16GB @5200MHz kit. He checked the SPD for CRC errors and found errors on both DIMMs. He had some others check theirs and they also had SPD CRC errors. If you bought Corsair DDR5 Vengeance RAM I seriously suggest you check the SPD data for CRC errors. The fact that he had found others with the same problem suggests that this is not an isolated issue.

Corsair - You need to check your SPD data on these DDR5 DIMMs. There appears to be a problem. 

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On 11/9/2021 at 4:58 PM, SpeedyV said:

A buddy of mine bought Corsair Vengeance DDR5 2x16GB @5200MHz kit. He checked the SPD for CRC errors and found errors on both DIMMs. He had some others check theirs and they also had SPD CRC errors. If you bought Corsair DDR5 Vengeance RAM I seriously suggest you check the SPD data for CRC errors. The fact that he had found others with the same problem suggests that this is not an isolated issue.

Corsair - You need to check your SPD data on these DDR5 DIMMs. There appears to be a problem. 

Is this being checked with Thaiphoon Burner? If so, what version?

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On 11/9/2021 at 7:58 PM, SpeedyV said:

A buddy of mine bought Corsair Vengeance DDR5 2x16GB @5200MHz kit. He checked the SPD for CRC errors and found errors on both DIMMs. He had some others check theirs and they also had SPD CRC errors. If you bought Corsair DDR5 Vengeance RAM I seriously suggest you check the SPD data for CRC errors. The fact that he had found others with the same problem suggests that this is not an isolated issue.

Corsair - You need to check your SPD data on these DDR5 DIMMs. There appears to be a problem. 

I've been having problems getting my Corsair Dominator DDR5 RAM to run stable with XMP I and XMP II.

Could these SPD CRC errors cause this?

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