In the wake of new, faster processors entering the market, many memory companies are revising RAM kits to focus on utilising speed. GeIL, however, is focusing on the unwavering demand for RGB, introducing its new Super Luce RGB Sync and Super Luce RGB Lite DDR4 RAM.
GeIL is targeting the entry market for RGB, comprised of both gamers and mainstream users that wish to spruce up their systems with something fancy and eye catching. The main body comes in both black and white variants to match a number of builds.
The Super Luce RGB Sync supports ASUS AURA, enabling users to synchronise their RAM with other AURA enabled components such as graphics cards, motherboards and light strips. These come in kits of 4GB, 8GB, 16GB and 32GB, starting at a speed of 2133MHz with the ability to overclock to 3200MHz.
The Super Luce RGB Lite comes without the baggage of controlling software, offering a default fluid RGB lighting pattern. This also comes in kits of 4GB, 8GB, 16GB and 32GB, starting at 2133MHz speed, however can only be overclocked to 3000MHz.
2 x 4GB sets can be found as low as $99.99 on Newegg as GeIL tries to make these RGB sets as affordable as possible. Alternatively, both types of sets have an alternative, tried and tested AM4 version for AMD Ryzen owners listed on the website.
KitGuru Says: RGB has always been something that has interested me, particularly since getting a tempered glass case but I’ve never been one to want to shed the money out for aesthetics when I could have better performance. These seem to offer a good middle ground that I would have loved before my current set-up. Are you interested in RGB RAM?