Corsair Vengeance RGB PRO 32GB (2 x 16GB) DDR4 3600MHz C18

Corsair Vengeance RGB PRO 32GB (2 x 16GB) DDR4 3600MHz C18

Corsair Vengeance RGB PRO 32GB (2 x 16GB) DDR4 3600MHz C18, High Performance Desktop Memory Kit (AMD Optimised) – Black

  1. Tightly Screened Memory

    Carefully screened ICs for extended overclocking potential.

  2. Aluminum Heat Spreader

    Improves thermal conductivity for superb memory cooling even when overclocked.

  3. XMP 2.0 Support

    A single BIOS setting is all that’s required to set your memory to its ideal performance settings, for optimum performance.

  4. No Wires Required

    Requires no extra wires or cables for a clean and seamless install.

What motherboards does Vengeance PRO RGB support?

Vengeance PRO RGB supports Intel 100 Series,Intel 200 Series,Intel 300 Series,Intel X299,AMD 300 Series,AMD 400 Series,AMD X570Series motherboards.

How can I adjust the lighting on Vengeance PRO RGB?

Corsair iCUE software can be used to adjust the lighting colours/patterns on Vengeance PRO RGB.

Do I have to plug in wiring to use the lighting on Vengeance PRO RGB?

No, Vengeance PRO RGB is completely wire free.

Weight: 150 g
Dimensions: 13.82 x 0.76 x 5.08 cm; 150 Grams
Brand: Corsair
Model: CMW32GX4M2Z3600C18
Colour: Black
Batteries Included: No
Manufacture: Corsair
Dimensions: 13.82 x 0.76 x 5.08 cm; 150 Grams

9 Responses

  1. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Very easy to install. Very easy to program rgb issuing the icue software. Looks fantastic. Has sent me down a route of MORE RGB.

    Quite a significant improvement from my previous 2400mhz 16gb.

    5.0 out of 5 stars Very sparkly.

  2. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    I recently upgraded my computer’s RAM, and I couldn’t be happier with the results. The increased performance and speed are truly impressive. Tasks that used to take forever now execute seamlessly, and multitasking has become a breeze. The installation process was straightforward, and the build quality of the Corsair Vengeance RGB PRO 32GB is excellent. The additional memory has provided a significant boost to my system’s overall responsiveness and efficiency. Whether it’s gaming, video editing, or running demanding software, my computer now handles everything with ease. If you’re looking to enhance your computer’s performance, upgrading your RAM is definitely worth considering. It’s a cost-effective way to unlock the full potential of your system and enjoy a smoother computing experience.

  3. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Works as intended. just slot them in. go to the Bios and set the correct speeds.
    my CPU is limited to 3200 unfortunately, but still much better than my old Ram

  4. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Golden Review Award: 3 From Our UsersSlot them in, enter the bios and activate xmp profile to get the advertised 3600mhz. Could probably be overclocked further.

    Installed 64GB (massive overkill!) on an MSI MAG mortar wifi motherboard using an i7 10700k and a Aorus 1080ti. All works together just fine.

    RGB works fine but mystic light can cause a few issues by taking over. You might need to enable lighting effects and hardware lighting profile in iCue to stop mystic light taking over. Corsair iCue software is OK but is not the easiest to use. I used the custom lighting profile to make the lighting in the video.

    All in all. Works as advertised, mystic light can be tricky and iCue will control the RGB fine.

  5. OuhoutiYjb says:

     United Kingdom

    Fitted this into a system with an nvidia GPU and an intel CPU and it works exactly as expected.
    XMP needed to be enabled in the mother boards bios but after that it ran at 3600mhz with the expected timings. Aside from having to go into the bios settings it was pretty much plug in and play. I’ve seen a few reviews saying it’s optimised for AMD and won’t work on intel motherboard / chip sets, this isn’t correct.

  6. MarcoCaron says:

     United Kingdom

    Golden Review Award: 2 From Our UsersOverall, the RAM is fast, works amazingly, looks good and is a great upgrade.
    Only things to mention for people is: make sure you properly check your CPU Fan and how much space there is to install this RAM under it/close to it. The LED’s use a lot more space than I originally thought too. Also for all the people having trouble getting your RAM to max speed, you have to change a setting in your Motherboard BIOS settings, after that you are good to go!

  7. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Installing the ram was as easy as any stick of ram and once the setting was set in the BIOS the ram ran at the advertised clock speed. However, the reason for my removal of one star is simply that you are paying a premium for RGB, personally it was worth it for my set up however, if you are simply trying to build a set up save the money and spend it elsewhere on parts. But the ram is reliable and will deffiently be future proof due to the amount of ram installed.

  8. ErikaKtffv says:

     United Kingdom

    Golden Review Award: 2 From Our Users(1) These RAM cards work fine in my ASRock X399 Taichi motherboard unlike the original 8 x TeamGroup Knighthawk RGB 8GB 3600MHz RAM cards I was using which after many issues and sending the whole PC back to the company that built it I ended up only being able to run 1 of the TeamGroup RAM cards plus their RGB software sucked and only worked when it wanted to as I could only assume in the end that them cards where just not compatible with my motherboard even though research said they were.

    (2) The RGB on these Corsair RAM cards works fine with no issues after 6+ months like it should, Good job corsair I just wish they were cheaper but for me personally they are worth the money as they just work

  9. Lindsey Hunter Lopez says:

     United Kingdom

    Golden Review Award: 11 From Our UsersBefore we get started, a few things:

    1. 3600MHz is the advertised Overclock speed, so it will not work at this frequency as soon as you plug it in.
    2. As with all computer parts, there is a “silicon lottery”, and your kit might not be the very best of the bunch.

    I’ve bought two of these kits (for a total of 64GB of RAM) and after spending some time setting them up, they work at the advertised speed, BUT you need to enable XMP in your BIOS/UEFI and gradually up the frequency and/or voltage.

    One thing to mention is that on my mobo, having them in XMP2 was unstable, but XMP works well. I managed to get mine up to 3400MHz with XMP. If you’re willing to go the extra mile and do manual OC, you should get 3600+MHz.

    Now, the lighting, whilst it’s really bright and highly customisable, I have seen better. This is mainly due to the diffusion layer coupled with too few LEDs. This combination means that you will be able to make out the individual LEDs, but if you’re not that bothered with this aspect, then these are a solid choice for a DDR4 kit.

    The last thing to mention is that lighting effects are controlled through iCUE, and that’s a take-it-or-leave-it thing. You cannot manage the lighting through any other software.

    4.0 out of 5 stars Good RGB RAM, not the best, but more than enough for 99% of uses