Thursday, November 29th 2018

GeIL Launches New Additions to its SUPER LUCE RGB Sync DDR4 Lineup

GeIL - Golden Emperor International Ltd. - one of the world's leading PC components and peripheral manufacturers today announced the new additions to their SUPER LUCE RGB SYNC Series DDR4 memory. The new modules are available in three capacities and speeds: 4133 MHz 16 GB (8 GB x2) CL19-19-19-39 1.40 V, 3600 MHz 16GB (8 GB x2) CL16-18-18-36 1.35 V, and 3200 MHz 16 GB (8 GB x2) CL14-14-14-34 1.35V

The 4133 MHz 16 GB (8 GB x2) CL19-19-19-39 1.40 V DDR4 kits can be the overclocker's new favorite with support for most ASUS, GIGABYTE, MSI and ASROCK Z390 and Z370 motherboards as well as giving enthusiasts the room to push their systems to the limit without exception. The 3600 MHz 16GB (8 GB x2) CL16-18-18-36 1.35 V DDR4 kits meets the memory needs for any gaming system using the latest Intel platforms and is an excellent solution for first time overclockers. The 3200 MHz 16 GB (8GBx2) CL14-14-14-34 1.35 V DDR4 kits are compatible with both Intel and AMD AM4 platforms and feature a low latency design to enhance performance and offer the most affordable upgrade option for users.
The SUPER LUCE RGB SYNC Series modules are wrapped in a matte metallic black and the sleek white heat spreader, the RGB lightbar appears more vibrant than ever with the purpose of offering better performance, hundreds of customizable RGB lighting combinations and a characteristic new look.

Performance and heat dissipation are a significant factor in desktop computers especially when users overclock their system. To help alleviate the stress, SUPER LUCE RGB SYNC Series features high-quality aluminum heat spreader that works to dissipate heat while maintaining performance and stability even while overclocking highest frequencies.

In addition, the heat spreader designed with the aesthetic LED illumination light bar on the top, the top-lid lightbar fully compatible with the motherboard RGB illumination APPs including ASUS Aura sync, GIGABYTE RGB Fusion, MSI Mystic Light Sync, and ASROCK Polychrome sync. The SUPER LUCE RGB SYNC Series provides the largest compatibility and stability for case modders and gamers when paired with the biggest motherboard RGB illumination playground.

GeIL SUPER LUCE RGB SYNC Series is verified to offer an ultra-stability support for pro-gamers and overclockers, which guarantees a hassle-free game playing environment and fully backed by the GeIL limited lifetime warranty. GeIL SUPER LUCE RGB SYNC Series are now available at select retail and e-tail outlets.
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9 Comments on GeIL Launches New Additions to its SUPER LUCE RGB Sync DDR4 Lineup

#1
randomUser
We will soon need a 4 phase memory VRM to power memory and Leds.
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#2
laszlo
randomUser said:
We will soon need a 4 phase memory VRM to power memory and Leds.
not to mention resource usage (CPU+RAM) to control all rgb from soft, if you have PSU+mobo+ssd+RAM+VGA+case+fans+..... other stuff rgb

moar RGB!
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#3
Prima.Vera
Any comments on the specs from somebody more experienced? Those look interesting. Wonder how they compare to the ones from G.Skill.
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#5
Vycyous
These should be using Samsung B-die ICs. It's good to have more competition using Samsung's B-die chips. I think this will be GeIL's first foray into that market where they'll join Corsair, G.Skill, and Team with memory kits using Samsung B-die. Too bad about the "value added" RGB.
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#6
stimpy88
Asians and their grasp of "dope/cool" American urban language always makes me chuckle... I expect LUXE was probably trademarked by some "celebrity" baby somewhere...

Anyway, why do the AMD kits stop at 3200MHz? Surely 3600MHz is something that a lot of AMD owners would like to try, even if they only get it running at 3400 or 3500MHz? Especially as Zen2, and it's better memory controller is approaching fast.
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#7
bonehead123
yippeeeeee, rainbows for everyone...

Sorry, but I prefer my pc to look like, well, a pc.....not a friffin candy land, fruit-punched pack of skittles......
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#8
Batou1986
laszlo said:
not to mention resource usage (CPU+RAM) to control all rgb from soft, if you have PSU+mobo+ssd+RAM+VGA+case+fans+..... other stuff rgb

moar RGB!
funny you mention this, using Asus Aurora's starry night pattern uses 10% cpu on my rig
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#9
Arjai
If these are Samsung-B, they should be decent. Too bad about the RGB. Isn't it possible for manufacturer's to make a second, non RGB, product? The white HS, w/ out RGB, would probably sell like hotcakes on the North Pole.
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