• Corsair CMZ8GX3M1A1600C10 Vengeance 8GB (1x8GB) DDR3 1600 MHz (PC3 12800) Desktop Memory 1.5V
  • Corsair CMZ8GX3M1A1600C10 Vengeance 8GB (1x8GB) DDR3 1600 MHz (PC3 12800) Desktop Memory 1.5V
  • Corsair CMZ8GX3M1A1600C10 Vengeance 8GB (1x8GB) DDR3 1600 MHz (PC3 12800) Desktop Memory 1.5V
Corsair CMZ8GX3M1A1600C10 Vengeance 8GB (1x8GB) DDR3 1600 MHz (PC3 12800) Desktop Memory 1.5V
Corsair CMZ8GX3M1A1600C10 Vengeance 8GB (1x8GB) DDR3 1600 MHz (PC3 12800) Desktop Memory 1.5V
Corsair CMZ8GX3M1A1600C10 Vengeance 8GB (1x8GB) DDR3 1600 MHz (PC3 12800) Desktop Memory 1.5V

Corsair CMZ8GX3M1A1600C10 Vengeance 8GB (1x8GB) DDR3 1600 MHz (PC3 12800) Desktop Memory 1.5V

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  • Capacity: 1 x 8GB
  • Speed: 1600MHz CL9, SPD Speed: 1333MHz
  • Timing: 10-10-10-27
  • Pin Out: 240 Pin
  • Voltage: 1.5V
  • Intel XMP (Extreme Memory Profile) Support
  • Lifetime Warranty. Memory Type: DDR3; Speed: 1600MHz

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Right before the summer of 2017 started my desktop, ... Right before the summer of 2017 started my desktop, after two years of service, blue-screened out of nowhere. Turned out one of my RAM chips had crapped itself, so I ordered this as a replacement. It shipped quickly, came undamaged, and installed without a problem and my desktop is back to normal. 5The performance was so good on my new build I ordered another 8GB This desktop memory performs to the highest standard. It's being used with a Core i7 4770 processor and a Z87 motherboard. For added safety and protection I added a Kingston Cooling Fan marketed for HyperX PC Memory KHX-FAN, but which fits and works just fine with these chips.Update. I'm a bit late in posting this but I felt better late than never. I began with 8gb of ram, went to 16gb within a couple of weeks and ultimately added another 16gb a couple of months later. I use my system for video editing and processing. The 32gb total ram memory showed me a marked improvement. Some have stated that any amount of ram over 16gb is wasted or superfluous. I disagree based on performance.CAVEAT: Initially, upon building this system, I installed Windows 7 home premium (Windows 7 is my preferred operating systems) It was only after I did a system scan (upon increasing to 32gb) that I noticed it was only showing 16gb. After researching the issue I was made aware that I'd need to upgrade the operating system to Windows 7 Professional in order to read and use 32gb. Gotta love Microsoft. Still, the extra hundred dollars to upgrade Windows was well worth it. My first major project, a 37 minute video was a rousing success. I'm no expert but I credit the use of 32gb of this ram memory for the ease, speed and efficiency in making thousands of edits. 5I now have two of these When I first installed this (I mean the second one), Windows recognised the whole 16GB but only 7.9 were usable. I also got the first blue-screen-of-doom in years.After a little screwing around in BIOS I got all 16GB. No idea what I did, but now it works! No blue screens, no crashes.Before I got the second one, I had my AMD FX 6300 running 4GHz and this at 2000MHz. Wheeee!After getting the second one going, they're now at 2.8 and 1066. My system's running good now so until I get another machine going, I'm not changing anything. Hey, 6 cores and 16GB RAM is better than a Wal Mart PC 5Wrong item sent Have been using the 2x4GB kit in my PC for around 2 years, and have been very happy with it. I have now purchased a 2x8GB set. 24GB of RAM, overclocked to 1696MHz and timings changed to 9-9-924-1T (nothing major). Runs perfectly smooth, so I can't complainUPDATE:It turns out that I have been sent the wrong kit. This listing is for a CL9. However, I have been sent a CL10. 3Stable, no issues It works well with the 16Gb of Kingston memory that I already had on my PC, despite being different brands (I selected this module because the timings were very close and the price was lower). 8 hours of memtest86 revealed no issues. I don't see much difference in performance in going from 16Gb to 24Gb in normal usage but the swapping is less severe in memory intensive data processing applications. 5Suitable option for increasing my RAM The 2 of Corsair CMZ8GX3M1A1600C10 Vengeance 8GB (1x8GB) DDR3 1600 MHz (PC3 12800) Desktop Memory 1.5V was a good deal for someone looking to bump up their RAM for gaming. I installed both into my Alienware Area-51 R2 two months ago and they have been working fine with my modified system.One thing to note:The plastic shell with the Corsair logo on it can get in the way in a small case like mine. I do not have the optical drive installed though, so it wasn't a problem for me. 416GB works in my Dell 3010 MT !!! Woo Hoo!!! The added fins make them easier to handle and install in my opinion. Now have 16 GB in an older Dell 3010 MT with Win 10 Pro I purchased refurbished. I ran memory tests and they check out fine even though all the Dell tech specs I could find said the 3010 MT only supported up to 8 GB memory. 5after intensively searching for compatible and good but not too expensive memory for about a week Put 4x8Gig into an ASUS Z87-C motherboard, after intensively searching for compatible and good but not too expensive memory for about a week. Finally saw some reviews on the product listing for this memory that pretty much were all positive!! So I took a chance and bought four of them. Would have rather bought them in a kit of four together, but still very glad I did buy them. Installed the first one to test it, went into BIOS and hit F& for advanced, went to AI TWeaker up top in menu and changed the XMP setting from auto to Manual, which saw the memory correctly, and F10/exited and boom, just 8Gig and what a difference, logged into Windows 8.1 and instant desktop!! Good buy, great memory...saved me a lot of time. 5My system's running good now so until I get another machine going When I first installed this (I mean the second one), Windows recognised the whole 16GB but only 7.9 were usable. I also got the first blue-screen-of-doom in years.After a little screwing around in BIOS I got all 16GB. No idea what I did, but now it works! No blue screens, no crashes.Before I got the second one, I had my AMD FX 6300 running 4GHz and this at 2000MHz. Wheeee!After getting the second one going, they're now at 2.8 and 1066. My system's running good now so until I get another machine going, I'm not changing anything. Hey, 6 cores and 16GB RAM is better than a Wal Mart PC 5Bad value in comparison to other Corsair listings They perform just as advertised; however, there are better deals if you're looking to upgrade. The Vengeance Pro series is with the extra dollar or two. The big setback these RAM sticks have are the 1600 MHz clock speed. I'm not sure why anyone would want to purchase these when the 2400MHz sticks are not even ten dollars more. I urge you to investigate all of your options before purchasing them. Corsair is definitely the only brand I would recommend for memory components but they have better deals and product lines that are merely marginally more expensive than this one.Does as it is intended to - I just think it is a bad value in comparison to other Corsair listings. Check out the Vengeance Pro 2400MHz sticks by Corsair. 3
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Right before the summer of 2017 started my desktop, ... Right before the summer of 2017 started my desktop, after two years of service, blue-screened out of nowhere. Turned out one of my RAM chips had crapped itself, so I ordered this as a replacement. It shipped quickly, came undamaged, and installed without a problem and my desktop is back to normal. 5The performance was so good on my new build I ordered another 8GB This desktop memory performs to the highest standard. It's being used with a Core i7 4770 processor and a Z87 motherboard. For added safety and protection I added a Kingston Cooling Fan marketed for HyperX PC Memory KHX-FAN, but which fits and works just fine with these chips.Update. I'm a bit late in posting this but I felt better late than never. I began with 8gb of ram, went to 16gb within a couple of weeks and ultimately added another 16gb a couple of months later. I use my system for video editing and processing. The 32gb total ram memory showed me a marked improvement. Some have stated that any amount of ram over 16gb is wasted or superfluous. I disagree based on performance.CAVEAT: Initially, upon building this system, I installed Windows 7 home premium (Windows 7 is my preferred operating systems) It was only after I did a system scan (upon increasing to 32gb) that I noticed it was only showing 16gb. After researching the issue I was made aware that I'd need to upgrade the operating system to Windows 7 Professional in order to read and use 32gb. Gotta love Microsoft. Still, the extra hundred dollars to upgrade Windows was well worth it. My first major project, a 37 minute video was a rousing success. I'm no expert but I credit the use of 32gb of this ram memory for the ease, speed and efficiency in making thousands of edits. 5I now have two of these When I first installed this (I mean the second one), Windows recognised the whole 16GB but only 7.9 were usable. I also got the first blue-screen-of-doom in years.After a little screwing around in BIOS I got all 16GB. No idea what I did, but now it works! No blue screens, no crashes.Before I got the second one, I had my AMD FX 6300 running 4GHz and this at 2000MHz. Wheeee!After getting the second one going, they're now at 2.8 and 1066. My system's running good now so until I get another machine going, I'm not changing anything. Hey, 6 cores and 16GB RAM is better than a Wal Mart PC 5Wrong item sent Have been using the 2x4GB kit in my PC for around 2 years, and have been very happy with it. I have now purchased a 2x8GB set. 24GB of RAM, overclocked to 1696MHz and timings changed to 9-9-924-1T (nothing major). Runs perfectly smooth, so I can't complainUPDATE:It turns out that I have been sent the wrong kit. This listing is for a CL9. However, I have been sent a CL10. 3Stable, no issues It works well with the 16Gb of Kingston memory that I already had on my PC, despite being different brands (I selected this module because the timings were very close and the price was lower). 8 hours of memtest86 revealed no issues. I don't see much difference in performance in going from 16Gb to 24Gb in normal usage but the swapping is less severe in memory intensive data processing applications. 5Suitable option for increasing my RAM The 2 of Corsair CMZ8GX3M1A1600C10 Vengeance 8GB (1x8GB) DDR3 1600 MHz (PC3 12800) Desktop Memory 1.5V was a good deal for someone looking to bump up their RAM for gaming. I installed both into my Alienware Area-51 R2 two months ago and they have been working fine with my modified system.One thing to note:The plastic shell with the Corsair logo on it can get in the way in a small case like mine. I do not have the optical drive installed though, so it wasn't a problem for me. 416GB works in my Dell 3010 MT !!! Woo Hoo!!! The added fins make them easier to handle and install in my opinion. Now have 16 GB in an older Dell 3010 MT with Win 10 Pro I purchased refurbished. I ran memory tests and they check out fine even though all the Dell tech specs I could find said the 3010 MT only supported up to 8 GB memory. 5after intensively searching for compatible and good but not too expensive memory for about a week Put 4x8Gig into an ASUS Z87-C motherboard, after intensively searching for compatible and good but not too expensive memory for about a week. Finally saw some reviews on the product listing for this memory that pretty much were all positive!! So I took a chance and bought four of them. Would have rather bought them in a kit of four together, but still very glad I did buy them. Installed the first one to test it, went into BIOS and hit F& for advanced, went to AI TWeaker up top in menu and changed the XMP setting from auto to Manual, which saw the memory correctly, and F10/exited and boom, just 8Gig and what a difference, logged into Windows 8.1 and instant desktop!! Good buy, great memory...saved me a lot of time. 5My system's running good now so until I get another machine going When I first installed this (I mean the second one), Windows recognised the whole 16GB but only 7.9 were usable. I also got the first blue-screen-of-doom in years.After a little screwing around in BIOS I got all 16GB. No idea what I did, but now it works! No blue screens, no crashes.Before I got the second one, I had my AMD FX 6300 running 4GHz and this at 2000MHz. Wheeee!After getting the second one going, they're now at 2.8 and 1066. My system's running good now so until I get another machine going, I'm not changing anything. Hey, 6 cores and 16GB RAM is better than a Wal Mart PC 5Bad value in comparison to other Corsair listings They perform just as advertised; however, there are better deals if you're looking to upgrade. The Vengeance Pro series is with the extra dollar or two. The big setback these RAM sticks have are the 1600 MHz clock speed. I'm not sure why anyone would want to purchase these when the 2400MHz sticks are not even ten dollars more. I urge you to investigate all of your options before purchasing them. Corsair is definitely the only brand I would recommend for memory components but they have better deals and product lines that are merely marginally more expensive than this one.Does as it is intended to - I just think it is a bad value in comparison to other Corsair listings. Check out the Vengeance Pro 2400MHz sticks by Corsair. 3
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