So i decided to Unbox, Install, Review, Overclock, run stability test and bench mark This set of quad DDR4 Ram.
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My Rig Specs :
here is the parts list:
Case: Corsair 760T
Motherboard: Asus x99-a
CPU: intel i7 5820k OC to 4.5 ghz
CPU Cooling System: Corsair H100i Pull And Push Config
Ram: Corsair Dominator 16GB DDR4
GPUs: Asus Gtx 980
PSU: Evga Super Nova 850 Gold Certified
SSD: 240GB For Windows 8.1
SSD: 500GB For All My Games Origin Steam
OS: Windows 8.1
All The Fans On This Build Are Custom Painted White
DDR4 SUPER LUCE – Hardcore Gaming Memory That Breathes
GeILs’ latest benchmarking DDR4 hardcore gaming series – SUPER LUCE, is equipped with the patented iLUCE Thermal-beaming Technology.
User will be able to observe real-time temperature condition of memory modules through different LED breathing-light tempos, directly from the SUPER LUCE heat-spreader.
As the working temperature of memory rises, the tempo of the breathing-light goes up in five different levels, Level 1 is with the mildest tempo and the lowest temperature range of below 40 ℃, while Level 5 being the most rapid with the highest temperature range of above 55 ℃. The following are the different temperature ranges with the corresponding breathing-light beats per minute of the five levels:
Level 1 à 40 ℃: 13 beats/min,
Level 2 à 40-45 ℃: 60 beats/min,
Level 3 à 45-50 ℃: 80 beats/min,
Level 4 à 50-55 ℃: 120 beats/min,
Level 5 à 55 ℃: 200 beats/min.
SUPER LUCE is available in three different LED color scheme designs – SUPER LUCE WHITE, SUPER LUCE RED and SUPER LUCE BLUE.
These color schemes are to provide users with the flexibility of visually matching with the different high-end motherboard color schemes. Covering speeds from 2666MHz to upwards of 3400MHz, SUPER LUCE is not only the ultimate DDR4 memory that delivers eye-catching esthetics and hardcore performance. Together with the iLUCE Thermal-beaming Technology, SUPER LUCE will bring your gaming station to live.