Sometimes a little change goes a long way. In fact, it is the little things compounded over time which often make the most eventful impact. Imagine a stream flowing and carving a path. If you sit there and stare at it, you will not realize just how much earth underneath is being moved. Wait long enough, maybe a few million years or so, and then before you know it, you have yourself a canyon. Something so overwhelming and grand, you couldn’t imagine it coming from that small of a flow. This is the importance of incremental steps.
When it comes to computer memory, it is laughable now to think that people thought 640KB would be enough for everyone. It is also funny now to look back and think that the Apollo 11 lunar lander had the computing power of all but 0.043 MHz with 64KB of memory. We have definitely come a long way and it was all incremental but, when placed in the context of history, the result is almost too difficult to believe. While several generations of Intel processors have come and gone in the last 6 years, DDR3 is still the memory module standard but new platforms require new sets of modules for optimized performance.
The Corsair Vengeance Pro series of memory modules are available in a variety of sizes, ranging from 8GB kits (2x4GB) to 32GB (4x8GB) with speeds starting at 1600MHz all the way to 2933MHz. The Corsair Vengeance Pro memory kits are optimized for use with the 4th generation Intel Core Haswell processor and are compatible with Ivy Bridge and Sandy Bridge platforms, as well. For stable and easy memory overclocking, all Vengeance Pro modules are equipped with XMP 1.3 profiles so setting the rated speeds in the UEFI is merely a few clicks away. Each module measures 135mm x 44mm x 6mm and will come with accent clips in a variety of colors, including black, silver, blue, red, and gold. As with all Corsair memory modules, the Corsair Vengeance Pro series comes with a limited lifetime warranty