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Corsair announced its new Vengeance Pro Series RAM at Computex 2013. According to the company, the new memory is ready for Intel’s new Haswell processors and ranges in clocks speeds from 1600MHz up to 2933MHz.

drool.gif I think I like this heatsink better than the Dominators, and that speed.... yessir.gif

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The heatsink probably performs better than the dominators but it certainly does not look better imho.
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If they lose the yellow lettering all would be Gravy. If I ever bought some I'd change it tongue.gif

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If they lose the yellow lettering all would be Gravy. If I ever bought some I'd change it tongue.gif

That's likely just a sticker, so removing it wouldn't be difficult at all. For a cleaner build look, that would probably be for the best.
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The heatsink probably performs better than the dominators but it certainly does not look better imho.

Gotta admit it's much cleaner looking than the current Vengeance though.

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Since when did Vengeance become high end and Dominator Platinum become mid grade? When Dominator GT released, it was awesome because it was the best, it was premium and quality. When Platinum released, it was marketed to be up to 3000MHz. Vengeance on the other hand started out as mid grade enthusiast stuff, first released up to 2000MHz if I remember right. Instead of 3000MHz Platinum, we got 3000MHz Vengeance, and now 2933MHz Vengeance. doh.gif

I don't like this move at all. mad.gif

It's also ugly as hell.

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weren't the platinum ones 3000Mhz though?

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Actually looks pretty tacky. Stickers and branding is tacky.

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I think I still prefer the G.Skill Trident X heatsinks over this.

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weren't the platinum ones 3000Mhz though?

Maybe. I saw those announced but I only ever saw up to 2800MHz released.

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