Friday, May 9th 2014

PANRAM Presents the Light Sword Gaming DDR3 Memory

PANRAM co. was founded in 1994, a brand which until today has been unknown to most of us. Even though PANRAM as a brand are fairly unknown by their own name, they are the OEM for other brands producing up to 3 million units per month. Today, the manufacturer decided to use own experience, patents, quality control and combine it along with market knowledge of Caseking distributor to gain it's own recognition in the market. Together, Caseking and PANRAM are presenting today a new series of PANRAM, Light Sword. Light Sword has a red LED backlight, which resembles the shape of the legendary lightsaber.

"We wanted to release together unique high-end memory that differentiate from anything we have ever seen." says head of memory division at Caseking - Jens Becker. Each piece of Light Sword has specially selected integrated circuits for easier overclocking capabilities. PANRAM says that for example 2400 MHz model can be turned up to a speed of 2666 MHz without bigger problems and with using the same latency.
PANRAM Light Sword supports Intel XMP 1.3 standards, and can also work in Dual Channel with two modules and in Quad Channel mode with four modules. In the upcoming weeks, more models will be introduced showing off different color backlights and speed options so the customer has the option of colour matching to their system for ultimate aesthetics.

Technical details:
  • Name: PANRAM Light Sword - Red LED - DDR3-2400 - CL11 - 8 GB
  • EAN code: 4715219740635
  • Part number: PUD32400C114G2LSK
  • Series: Light Sword LS-2400
  • Memory Type: DDR3
  • Module Type: PC3- 19200
  • Capacity: 8 GB (2x 4GB)
  • Memory speed: 2400 MHz
  • Latency: CL 11-13-13-35
  • Voltage: 1.65V
  • Dual Channel support: Yes
  • Intel XMP 1.3 support: Yes
  • Built-in heatspreaders: Aluminum
  • Heatsink color: Black
  • Memory backlight: Red LED
  • Manufacturer warranty: Lifetime
  • Distributor in Europe: Caseking GmbH
  • Suggested retail price: 69.90 Euro (incl. VAT)
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7 Comments on PANRAM Presents the Light Sword Gaming DDR3 Memory

Who the hell are these guys?
Also those specs are pretty bad. But the red PCBs might look good without the heat sinks.
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looking at the sinks i would guess they are aveixer manufacturers.


if they do go on sale at that price they will do very well too imo.
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My name is Dave
buildzoid said:
Also those specs are pretty bad.
Not really. Pretty standard for 2400 MHz currently. I'll try to touch base with these guys and get a review sample.
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I like them...they're cool without being too much like Crucial BallistiX..had a set of DDR2..and it was like flashing Christmas through my damn window all the time. Got rid of them because of it...these seem like they'd illuminate a nice section of MB that often goes unlit. I'd like to try them out, seem like they're decently spec'd too.
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the heatsink reminds me of batman logo
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micropage7 said:
the heatsink reminds me of batman logo
Hmm... does look pretty close now that you mention it!

too bad these wont be in the states,... not that i'd be able to go get them tomorrow or anything.
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