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Corsair Memory, a leading manufacturer of high-performance memory modules for enthusiasts, this week introduced its new Vengeance-series memory modules for notebooks. The modules, which operate at speeds beyond officially approved for Intel Core i-series "Sandy Bridge" microprocessors, can improve performance of high-end laptops designed for gamers or demanding applications.

"As more complex applications and games are available in the market, many laptop users are looking for an easy way to improve their system performance in order to have the best experience. Our new Vengeance high-performance laptop memory kits allow performance-minded customers to boost their memory performance and capacity in an instant," said Thi La, vice president of memory products at Corsair.

The new Corsair Vengeance DDR3 laptop memory modules operate at 1600MHz and 1866MHz and are available in 4GB SO-DIMMs as well as 8GB dual-channel memory kits. Vengeance laptop memory is designed to be plug-and-play, with no BIOS adjustments needed to instantly take advantage of the faster memory speeds on systems based on Intel Core i-series "Sandy Bridge" central processing units.

Corsair Vengeance SO-DIMM memory modules for advanced mobile computers are available with the following specifications at the following recommended prices:

  • Vengeance 4GB: 1866MHz, CL10 10-10-27, 1.5V (CMSX4GX3M1A11866C10) - $39.99
  • Vengeance 8GB: 1600MHz, CL9 9-9-24, 1.5V (CMSX8GX3M2A1600C9) - 74.99
  • Vengeance 8GB: 1866MHz, CL10 10-10-27, 1.5V (CMSX8GX3M2A1866C10) - 149.99

Tags: Corsair, Vengeance, DDR3

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Finally !!! As there are no memory speed settings in 99% of the laptops .. I was wondering WHYYY wouldn't ANY manufacturer make modules perfectly tested @ certain SPD timings and make them work automatically in laptops.

I have no idea why this took so many years ... but I'm glad this idea is being put in practice.
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because most of the time your warrenty gets voted when you want to change your ram memory
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