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Corsair CML8GX3M2A1600C9 Vengeance 8GB (2x4GB) DDR3 1600 MHz (PC3 12800) Desktop Memory 1.5V

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  • Density: 8GB (2x4GB Module)
  • Speed: 1600MHz
  • Timing: 9-9-9-24
  • Type: DDR3
  • Format: DIMM. SPD speed 1333MHz
  • Pin Out: 240 Pin
  • Voltage: 1.5V. Memory Type: DDR3; Speed: 1600MHz
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and I needed the 8GB sticks which definitely was necessary once I upgraded to Windows 10 and playing newer games like Fallout 4I just bought these to replace my old 4GB (2x2) Corsair Vengeance DDR3 1333 MHz for the release of Fallout 4. It's been a month now and they are working well. They don't really make much of a difference in gaming regarding the timings or speed, but I bought these because they were the cheapest at the time among Crucial, Kingston, etc. and I needed the 8GB sticks which definitely was necessary once I upgraded to Windows 10 and playing newer games like Fallout 4.Probably won't need 16GB for another few years but I'll just buy another pair of these for cheaper at that time. 5Just awesome, zero problemsAwesome memory, the best I've ever had in many ways. Simply took the old memory sticks out and popped these in and Windows 7 Home Premium immediately recognized the new memory. Also, this memory is low profile which means that it doesn't have oversized heat spreaders that can create problems when trying to install bulky after-market (non-stock) CPU coolers. Many after market CPU coolers hang over the memory slots and if you have large heatsinks sticking up from the memory then there's not enough clearance for the CPU cooler. This memory fit right into my son's Rosewill Challenger mid-ATX case and I was still able to install a Cooler Master Hyper T4 CPU cooler onto the AMD Phenom II X4 CPU without a problem. One of the copper heat pipes for the CPU cooler comes very close to touching the nearest memory stick, but it's still not a problem because I don't think it's actually touching it and even if it is then it's still only touching the memory's heat sink and not the actual RAM itself. 5Bad Quality Checks from the Manufacturer, DOAI have been building PCs for over 10 years and this is the 1st time I have a bad experience with RAM.My machine has 2x4GB of RAM of the same model as this (but older revision, bought the kit 3-4 years ago).After realizing I need more RAM since I started using editing software, I ordered this kit and installed it with the older RAM sticks I had. System would not post most of the time, when it did it, it would BSOD within hours. Used Memtest and what do you know, a long list of errors within 5 minutes of running the tests.Tried the new sticks alone without the old ones, would not post at XMP, even at 1333MHz it is still finicky and would give me headaches.I think I am gonna order 2x8GB Kingstons and ditch both the old and new sticks if the old ones don't play well with other brand. 1You get what you pay forThere's nothing wrong with this RAM, I just wish I had purchase more. Corsair also sells 2x8GB, and with that you're just maximizing your space. With this you get eight lousy gigabytes. It seemed like a lot at the time, but now I realize I was just being cheap. Do yourself a favor and just invest in Corsair Vengeance 8GB (2x4GB) DDR3 1600 MHz (PC3 12800) Desktop Memory 1.5V 4DOAMemory failed with row hammer errors in Memtest right out of the box and at default settings. Even when underclocked down to 1333MHz both modules failed. This problem appears to be rather widespread and not limited to just Corsair, Wikipedia has a good writeup for those interested. Security vulnerabilities for row hammer errors are already in the wild so I would recommend against installing anything that fails this test.The modules are marked version 4.29. It's possible I just got old stock, but I'd be leery of anything with this or a lower version number. 1Good PerformanceAll is testing out OK on my new build, with only one wrinkle; my mobo identifying these 1600 MHz rated ram chips as running at 1333 MHz. A slight overclocking adjustment and they are running fine again at 1600 MHz. At some point, I will probably OC even slightly higher, but for now all test evaluations are running well.Using in new build with Core i7-4770k cpu for moderately heavy video/audio editing with of course, general MS Office applications. During research and component selection I had some concern about ram chips with large static heat radiating fins so I used these low profile dimm chips. I needn't have worried, there is plenty of room even with the Cooler Master Hyper 212 EVO chip cooling fan next to the dimm slots.Using ASUS Z87-PRO mobo to control the cpu fan speed. Corsair Carbide 600T silver chassis and stock fans, with Thermaltake Grand 850W Gold 80+ PS, 2 dimms 8GB ram, and EVGA GeForce GTX 750Ti PCIe graphics card. Two HDD's for files and one boot SDD (raid 0 array). Total system is much better for value and performance than I could purchase from HP or Dell. I wanted to stay with better components than I could get in pre-built systems, for about the same finished price.System performs beautifully (even with the new-to-me awkward WIN8.1 OS) and is much quieter than I had been experiencing from pre-built systems over the last 15 years. I'm glad I took the time to research components, and make this first build from scratch. 4Another great Corsair product for height restricted memory slots.I had two sticks of the Corsair Vengeance 4 GB with the huge blue heatspreaders. Unfortunately one of my two remaining slots is under my chip heatsink fan and they won't work. Removing the heatspreader looks risky. I didn't even know Corsair made low-profile Vengeance sticks and they are cheaper then the other chip. It fit perfectly, has the same 9-9-9-24 timing as my other sticks, and runs in Extreme Memory Profile flawlessly.Update 8/25/16. Just because they are low profile don't think they will fit under very large cooling solution. Case in point new Noctua D-15 the cooling fins fit but one fan would stick out of my very large Cooler Master Trooper full-size AT case. 5Good RAM, bad Tech Support~~~~~~~~~~Update~~~~~~~~~~I've now had this memory running in my newly upgraded computer (on the ASUS M5A97 motherboard) and it has run flawlessly. I'm now convinced that the trouble was incompatibility with the MSI motherboard I had previously. :) Now....if the price on this RAM would drop again, I'd get another set to hit 16 GB RAM.~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Originally I ordered this RAM to replace an off brand set of DDR3 1333 memory on an MSI 785G-E53 motherboard and AMD PhenomII X2 560 BE. After a couple weeks I started getting BSOD's. The latest version of Memtest tested the memory fine, no errors. 12 hours of Prime95 ran fine too. Ripped and reinstalled video drivers didn't help either. Ran each stick one at a time and could never truly pinpoint a bad stick. Popped my old memory back in and sent a tkt off to Corsair. They authorized an RMA immediately however didn't provide any sort of tech support to truly determine if I had a bad stick or not. I'm still not convinced that either of the sticks are bad.Fast Forward a couple of months. I've recently done some minor upgrades to my machine which includes a new motherboard (Asus M5A97) because I didn't like the MSI one very much. I paired the Asus MB with PhenomII x4 960T BE and a Crucial M4 128GB. I'm using the same set of Corsair Vengeance RAM in this setup and so far so good for about 2 weeks, no trouble. Only time will tell though. If the RAM continues to perform well in the next few months, then I'll chalk the whole experience up as incompatibility with the MSI motherboard.Current Specs:Case: CM690 II AdvancedMB: Asus M5A97CPU: PhenomII x4 960T BEHeatsink: CM Hyper 212+GPU: XFX Radeon HD6770PS: OCZ ModXStream Pro 700WRAM: 8GB Corsair VengeanceSSD: Crucial M4 128GBHDD: Samsung F3 500GBOptical: LG Blu-ray WriterOS: Windows 7 Home 4They work as expected. Easier to install without the heat sinkI bought these same sticks in 2013 when I built my PC so I hunted down the same ones for increasing my RAM in 2018 except without the heat sink this time since they were very difficult to install next to each other.The 2013 sticks still work just fine and the new ones tested well. So far so good. You get what you pay for, but what you pay for is somehow more expensive than in 2013. 5Nothing much to say, it's RAM.Nothing much to say, it's RAM. I had one 2x8gb kit of these for about 8 months now and they never had any problems. Just recently upgrade my rig with a new PSU and a second GPU so I decided to grab another kit since I was in there anyway. Plus the prices have dropped a decent bit since I ordered the first kit (On sale for $77.99 at the time). I like that it's low profile and has a nice clean look, fits fine under my Noctua NH-D15. Big reason why I wanted this non big heatsink one.No problems as far as reliability or crashing from these, set to XMP and forget. 5
Corsair CML8GX3M2A1600C9 Vengeance 8GB (2x4GB) DDR3 1600 MHz (PC3 12800) Desktop Memory 1.5V

Corsair CML8GX3M2A1600C9 Vengeance 8GB (2x4GB) DDR3 1600 MHz (PC3 12800) Desktop Memory 1.5V

4.5
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
Dhs. 408.00
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Dhs. 408.00
Regular price
Dhs. 674.00
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