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http://www.tomshardware.com/news/corsair-vengeance-lpx-ddr4-4333mhz,35901.html
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Corsair laid claim to the world's fastest 32GB 4x8GB DDR4 4,333MHz memory kit.


This new 32GB kit comes with four 8GB DIMMs powered by hand-sorted and extensively binned Samsung B-die ICs memory chips. The RAM operates at 4,333MHz with timings of CL19-26-26-46 at 1.35V. These new memory modules are equipped with low-profile aluminum heatsinks and are built using eight-layer PCB. All Corsair Vengeance LPX memory kits come with a a lifetime limited warranty.
Odds are. the kit will probably cost around $450.

Which is a pretty fantastic deal given what RAM costs nowadays and the fact that they're the fastest ever created.
 

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Corsair's new 32GB DDR4-4333 Vengeance LPX memory kit (MCK32GX4M4K4333C19) uses 1.50v.

Where'd they get 1.35v from?

4x8GB 4266 19-23-23-43 is only 1.40v from gskill
 

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Yep i read 1.5v in the article as well. dats a lot of voltage lol
 

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Yep i read 1.5v in the article as well. dats a lot of voltage lol
I used to run my DDR3 at 1.65v stock and 1.7v overclocked. RAM can handle it. I'd guess most DDR4 can handle 1.5v pretty easily. It's not that long ago that 1.5V was considered low voltage ram for laptops.
 

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I used to run my DDR3 at 1.65v stock and 1.7v overclocked. RAM can handle it. I'd guess most DDR4 can handle 1.5v pretty easily. It's not that long ago that 1.5V was considered low voltage ram for laptops.
Node process didn't stay constant. For example, we used to be able to blast voltage at 45nm and 32nm but had to be very careful with 22nm and 14nm.
 

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Node process didn't stay constant. For example, we used to be able to blast voltage at 45nm and 32nm but had to be very careful with 22nm and 14nm.
It seems that Intel places a 1.5v limit on XMP certification, and JEDEC has a 1.35v limit. I think that's more why we don't have higher voltage ram than simply process, although I definitely take your point. I'd bet a lot of DDR4 would go up in a puff of smoke at 1.7v.
 

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that's nice
now show us 64 or 128gb kits running above 3600mhz
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