Corsair, a world leader in PC components, high-performance gaming hardware and enthusiast memory, today announced an exclusive OEM partnership with Lenovo to bring performance, overclockable memory to Lenovo’s range of gaming PCs. Combining CORSAIR’s deep engineering expertise in performance memory with Lenovo’s high-performance gaming PC design, CORSAIR VENGEANCE LPX high-performance DDR4 memory will be available as an optional performance upgrade for the new Lenovo Legion Y920 Tower.
Whether they’re gaming, streaming, working or creating content, PC owners demand the best in performance and reliability; exactly what CORSAIR VENGEANCE LPX offers. Designed for performance and overclocking, CORSAIR VENGEANCE LPX DDR4 memory is available in a wide range of capacities and frequencies to find any system’s sweet spot for size and speed.
Now Lenovo is bringing the VENGEANCE LPX legacy to its new Lenovo Legion Y920 Tower. Built using a specially-designed eight-layer PCB and highly-screened ICs, every module of VENGEANCE LPX is made to push the limit of performance, with an anodized aluminium heat spreader ensuring that even when pushed, your memory stays cool.
Trusted by world-champion overclockers, extreme gaming enthusiasts and high-end system builders the world over, VENGEANCE LPX has long given the world’s top PCs the edge. Now it’s ready to do the same for the Lenovo Legion Y920 Tower.
While the Lenovo Legion Y920 Tower is the first product of the collaboration between CORSAIR and Lenovo, the partnership doesn’t end there. Both companies will share more later, as this partnership further cements both CORSAIR and Lenovo’s commitment to providing powerful gaming experiences for the most passionate gamers.
In EMEA, the Lenovo Legion Y920 Tower with CORSAIR VENGEANCE LPX DDR4 memory will be available starting at €2,299 (VAT included) in September 2017. All products are available on www.lenovo.com.
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