GeIL DDR4 Super Luce Reviews

GeIL DDR4 Super Luce Reviews

Keenly aware that custom builds are as much about aesthetics since they are about performance and affordability, Taiwanese DRAM specialists GeIL’s new Super Luce range of kits come built with LEDs (in white, red or blue) that pulsate at varying frequencies to point their temperature.

What’s Good About GeIL DDR4 Super Luce ?
It’s always nice to see a little bit of equipment that talks back. The inbuilt thermal sensor prompts the coloured LEDs to pulsate more often as your system gets hotter, offering a nice bit of visual feedback for anyone over clocking their memory.

Just what’s Bad GeIL DDR4 Super Luce ?
While I can’t wait to begin to see the Super Luce LEDs operating under low light, I’m prepared to bet the visual benefits will wane in the long run as you either grow accustomed or distracted.

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