Mini ReviewAnother example of excellent quality enthusiast-class RAM from Corsair's Vengeance Pro range.
Mini ReviewA good performance that isn't quite enough to stand out from the competition.
Mini ReviewFollowing on from Corsair's successful Vengeance series, the Pro range is also aimed at overclockers, with integrated circuits (ICs) selected for their potential performance.
What's the VLP moniker stand for? Why Very Low Profile, of course. Now you can have that massive CPU cooler and performance RAM in the same rig.
With its latest HyperX Beast modules it's like finding out that the little old lady across the street uses a Suzuki Hayabusa to go and collect her pension.
Its price tag might seem steep, but this mighty 8GB kit pays for itself by delivering a whopping performance boost.
For the launch of its AMD Memory branded modules it has decided to cosy up to Patriot Memory for this dual 4GB stick kit.
Money isn't an issue if you're throwing together your own Intel X79-based system, so splurging an extra £100 on the highest-rated memory kits, such as the Kingston HyperX Genesis 16GB shouldn't cause you too many problems.
On paper, the Patriot Viper Xtreme Division 4 appears to be excellent value. It has opted for a more average 1,600MHz bus speed, helping reduce latencies to the 8-9-8 timings; something it attempts to call 'low latency'. Though we'd prefer to call it 'perfectly normal latency' at this speed.