GeIL Super Luce RGB SYNC Gaming Memory Now Supports Most Motherboards
In a move that should surprise no one, GeIL Super Luce RAM is supporting most motherboard lighting control apps. Yeah, I know. This isn’t the hardest hitting news story of the century, but there’s some good reasons why this is important. You probably know that one of the reasons I’m going to mention is that RGB lighting is awesome. You’d be correct. The other reason is that GeIL offers incredible value for the majority of PC builders needing a memory kit.Super Luce now supports Asus Aura, Gigabyte RGB Fusion, and MSI Mystic Light. The main name I don’t see on this list is Asrock, but I’m not very familiar with how advanced their lighting controls are either. GeIL gives the option for white or black heat spreaders and while that’s not unique in and of itself, it’s just another feature that adds a lot to the kit value. Here’s why you should care about GeIL having this support though. I did a search on Newegg for 2×8 GB kits at 3200 MHz, narrowed the search by the term “RGB,” and arranged the results by lowest price. Wouldn’t you know it, but the Super Luce with black heat spreaders was the first on the list. At $190, it was five dollars cheaper than the next one on the list and $22 cheaper than a Corsair kit. G.Skill TridentZ tops the price comparisons.
In our past reviews, we’ve noted that GeIL doesn’t have much overclocking room, but memory overclocking nets limited results and few PC builders even bother with it. If you know you will only get 3200 MHz out of it, why not purchase memory that saves you some cash? The Super Luce has high stock frequencies and they seem to have a broad range of compatibility as well. Below is the link to Newegg if you want to see the RGB memory comparisons, as well as the link to GeIL’s site with more info. Catch ya later!