Right after G.Skill announced their TridentZ RGB, Corsair has also revealed some footage on a RGB memory kit. At the moment Corsair's portfolio features several backlit memory modules but none of those kits comes with RGB lighting. According the latest news from the manufacturer, there is going to be a Vengeance DDR4 RGB memory kit.
According to the first rumors, Corsair plans to show these new memory kits during CES 2017 alongside other RGB products. The company is already offering several products with RGB lightning and hopefully there is going to be a software using which all products can be controlled at once. In our opinion it would be really cool to be able to control the lighting of let’s say your keyboard, mouse and memory at the touch of a button.
So far there is only one teaser picture from Corsair which doesn't show any details about the design of the upcoming Vengeance DDR4 RGB memory modules. Doing some research on the official Corsair online Store we see that the Vengeance LED memory kits - the none RGB kits - are available with 2x8GB, 4x8GB, 2x16GB and 4x16GB capacity, while the frequencies range from DDR4-2666 to DDR4-3600. Therefore we believe it’s quite likely that the same capacities and frequencies are going to be offered.