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    Quote Originally Posted by ehume View Post
    This is good data to have. Where did you find it?
    Corsair LPX was listed on their site, Ballistix I double checked sticks I had with a review. I wasn't as precise and would have said 33mm, but I was only using a basic straight edge ruler as well. Normally RAM vendors don't always list the height of their sticks on the main product page but have it buried in a diagram somewhere. Really depends on the vendor.

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    Will this one be sold in Korea?

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    650w & 750w are on Newegg right now.
    Price wise they're not "great" at the moment, but still roughly $10 cheaper than competing Gold units and only ~$5 more than their CXM counterparts.

    Considering their upgrades over the CXM line and the cost; I would say these are the 650w unit is probably the new standard for any half decent gaming machine on the market. The strongest competition comes from three 550w gold units; EVGA G3, Corsair TX550m, & Cooler Master MWE Gold 550. All are ~$5 USD more but that's the sale price so hopefully with some discounts on the Vengeance line we may see this value increase even more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tator Tot View Post
    650w & 750w are on Newegg right now.
    Price wise they're not "great" at the moment, but still roughly $10 cheaper than competing Gold units and only ~$5 more than their CXM counterparts.

    Considering their upgrades over the CXM line and the cost; I would say these are the 650w unit is probably the new standard for any half decent gaming machine on the market. The strongest competition comes from three 550w gold units; EVGA G3, Corsair TX550m, & Cooler Master MWE Gold 550. All are ~$5 USD more but that's the sale price so hopefully with some discounts on the Vengeance line we may see this value increase even more.
    I'd probably take the Vengeance over the MWE Gold despite the decrease in efficiency, but the G3 and TXm are pretty stiff competition...
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    Like I said, not the greatest value at the moment but that's a "raw" price while everything else has minor to significant discounts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tator Tot View Post
    650w & 750w are on Newegg right now.
    Price wise they're not "great" at the moment, but still roughly $10 cheaper than competing Gold units and only ~$5 more than their CXM counterparts.

    Considering their upgrades over the CXM line and the cost; I would say these are the 650w unit is probably the new standard for any half decent gaming machine on the market. The strongest competition comes from three 550w gold units; EVGA G3, Corsair TX550m, & Cooler Master MWE Gold 550. All are ~$5 USD more but that's the sale price so hopefully with some discounts on the Vengeance line we may see this value increase even more.
    The new Vengeance aren't CX-M upgrades. CX-M is double forward. Vengeance Silver is LLC resonant.

    Looks like there's a rebate on them now at Newegg to make them a lot more enticing.

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    Interestingly the new Vengeance is made by HEC...

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonnyGURU View Post
    The new Vengeance aren't CX-M upgrades. CX-M is double forward. Vengeance Silver is LLC resonant.

    Looks like there's a rebate on them now at Newegg to make them a lot more enticing.
    I was speaking in a relative sense; wasn't trying to imply that the CX-M and Vengeance units were similar or that one was a replacement for the other.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stefan Payne View Post
    Interestingly the new Vengeance is made by HEC...
    Yes. That is correct.

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