Essencore KLEVV CRAS V RGB 32GB DDR5-8000 CL38 Memory Kit Review


Format 288 Pin DDR5 Unbuffered DIMM
SPEED 6000MT/s 6400MT/s 7200MT/s 7600MT/s 8000MT/s
TIMING 30-36-36-76 32-38-38-78 34-44-44-84 36-46-46-86 38-48-48-128
VOLTAGE 1.35V 1.4V 1.45V
Dimension 133.3(L) x 44(W) x 8(H) mm
Warranty Limited Lifetime Warranty


Key Features

  • Exquisite Heatsink Design
    Distinctive tone-on-tone color design with elegant side lighting effect
  • Splendid RGB Lighting
    Full range of RGB light support for numerous lighting combination
  • Superior Aluminum Heatsink
    Aluminum heatsink with premium quality to bring extraordinary cooling effect at all times
  • Built-in PMIC for Improved Power Management
    Featured with on-board PMIC for enhanced power supply stability as well as efficiency
  • On-die ECC for Efficient Error Correction
    Long-term reliability through ODECC technology
  • Intel® XMP 3.0 & AMD EXPO™ Ready
    Support Intel® XMP 3.0 & AMD EXPO™ one-click overclocking to unlock blazing-fast performance in no time


KLEVV DDR5-8000 memory kit has one XMP and one EXPO profile at DDR5-8000 and primary timings of 38-48-48-128. The profile has a programmed voltage of 1.45V VDD/VDDQ, so it’s about standard for this type of memory, considering tight primary timings.

The memory kit uses Hynix A-die IC, the best overclocking IC on the market. Under heatsinks, we will also find Richtek PMIC, the most popular and fully supported by all leading motherboard brands. The short conclusion is that the CRAS V RGB is well-designed, and we should expect great overclocking results.

Below is a whole timings list that reads ASRock Timing Configurator software.

The tested memory kit has no problems with stability or XMP compatibility on ASUS and ASRock motherboards with AMD X670E, AMD B650E, and Intel Z790 chipsets. We can have some problems with selected Gigabyte AMD motherboards as many of them won’t support a high voltage mode, so VDD/VDDQ above 1.43V. It’s a problem with Gigabyte BIOS. For example, our Aorus B650E Master works with the tested KLEVV memory at EXPO 8000MT/s, but only when we use F20 BIOS. Any previous or newer BIOS doesn’t work, including the recently released F21/F21a. Setting 1.43V VDD/VDDQ manually should help with the issue, and the memory kit is supposed to be stable as it has high overclocking headroom.

Below is a screenshot from the AIDA64 System Stability Test. As you can see, there are no problems with stability. The memory kit passed multiple other tests, so there was no need to keep the stability test for much longer.

So far, so good. Now, let’s take a look at the product itself.


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