Corsair Teams Up With Asus to Make Cute RAM

Corsair Teams Up With Asus to Make Cute RAM

Corsair (via Expreview) has joined forces with Asus to launch the Vengeance RGB Pro under the latter's Fuxue series, a popular collection of white-themed motherboards in China.

With the Fuxue branding, Asus introduced the "Xue Wu Zhan Ji" character, a female cyberpunk looking warrior that represents the series. For the most part, Corsair's Vengeance RGB Pro memory remains unchanged except for the slightly revamped aesthetics. The heat spreader now features a snow theme with a chibi version of Xue Wu Zhan Ji eating a watermelon that just oozes cuteness.

Obviously, the memory comes with all the traits of the Vengeance RGB Pro series. The heat spreader comes equipped with a RGB diffuser, consisting of 19 ultra-bright RGB LEDs. iCUE support is present as well so you can synchronize the memory modules' illumination with other Corsair-branded hardware and peripherals.

The Vengeance RGB Pro Fuxue only comes in dual-channel configurations of 16GB (2x8GB) or 32GB (2x16GB). The available data rates are DDR4-3200 and DDR4-3600. The former comes with a CAS Latency (CL) of 16, while the latter is rated for CL18, and both require 1.35V. As is customary, the memory modules come with XMP 2.0 support.

Corsair's co-branded memory is exclusive to the Chinese market. However, you can probably find a seller on that offers international shipping. As far as prices go, the DDR4-3200 16GB and 32GB memory kits sell for $122 and $203, respectively. The DDR4-3600 16GB memory kit, on the other hand, retails for $130, while the 32GB variant commands a $211 price tag.

That's 63% more than the price of a regular Corsair 16GB DDR4-3200 CL16 kit, not including shipping. Clearly cuteness has a cost.

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