GeIL presents Super Luce DDR4 memory
The computer memory maker GeIL has announced its new high-end Super Luce enthusiast-oriented DDR4 memory line. The main feature of the new Super Luce DDR4 line is that it comes with the patented iLuce thermal-beaming technology, which allows users to observe the real-time memory temperature right through LED breathing-light tempos, directly from the memory heat spreader.
As you may be expecting the speed of the blinking lights goes up when the memory temperature goes up. There are five different speed levels – Level 1 is the slowest one and works with memory temperatures of below 40°C offering speed of 13 beats per minute (bpm). Level 2 is for temps between 40-45°C and offers 60 bpm; Level 3 is for temps between 45-50°C and blinks at 80 bpm; Level 4 is for temps between 50-55°C and runs at 120 bpm; the last Level 5 is for temps above 55°C and blinks at 200 bpm.
The new Super Luce DDR4 line is available in three colors – white, red and blue and offers speeds between 2667 MHz and 3400 MHz. The 2667 MHz memory kits run at 15-15-15-35 latencies at 1.2V, while the 3400 MHz memory works at 16-16-16-36 latencies at 1.35V. The memory comes with standard GeIL warranty and support for Intel XMP 2.0.
No word on pricing as of now.