Corsair Releases Vengeance Pro DDR3 Memory for Haswell Systems & Boosts Gaming Accessories
Corsair Vengeance Pro DDR3 Memory
Kits are available in 8GB, 16GB, 32GB, and 64GB flavors and at speeds ranging from 1600MHz to 2933MHz. Because Corsair is targeting the overclocker/modder/gamer crowds, the Vengeance modules are well-dressed. Each sports a black aluminum heat spreader, and the modules are available with blue, gold, red, or silver accents. If you’re going to be really pushing the system when you overclock, you might want to pick up the optional Vengeance Pro Airflow fan, which is a 60mm ball-bearing fan that has removable shroud colors.
Blue isn't your color? Corsair has you covered. That is, if you're looking for red, silver, or gold.
Corsair Vengeance K70
Corsair Raptor K50
The switches have a little resistance to them in the middle of the keystroke, and the Brown switches depress with a softer clicking sound. Corsair also announced the Corsair Raptor K50 gaming keyboard, which lets you obsess over customizations ‘til your heart’s content. It has onboard macros, anti-ghosting, and backlighting that (according to Corsair) supports 16.8 million color choices.
Corsair Raptor M40
Corsair also released two new gaming mice: the Raptor M30 ($49.99) and M40 ($59.99). Both mice have an Avago ADNS-3090 4000 DPI optical sensor, but the M40 has adjustable weights. Both mice have DPI switching and specialized glide pads.
Overall, it's an interesting crop of new components. The keyboards are particularly tantalizing for those of us who want more options than the MX Red switches.