GeIL Announces Super Luce RGB Sync Tuf Gaming Alliance Series Gaming Memory At Computex 2018
Golden Emperor International, on of the up and coming brands in gaming memory over the past few years is announcing their Super Luce RGB SYNC Series TUF Gaming Alliance gaming memory with a military camouflage design and you guessed it RGB LEDs. GeIL has collaborated with ASUS TUF Gaming motherboards, GeIL Super Luce RGB SYNC Series TUF Gaming Alliance gaming memory is an option for those who want to co-ordinate their build. The memory kit not only has an aesthetic RGB and heat spreader design but features a wide compatibility, unparalleled reliability and cost-efficiency.
GeIL TUF Series Super Luce Memory
GeIL Super Luce RGB SYNC Series TUF Gaming Alliance gaming memory comes with the black heat spreader and ASUS designed military camouflage pattern that perfectly matches the aesthetic design of ASUS TUF Gaming motherboards. In addition, the RGB LED memory illumination supports ASUS TUF Gaming motherboards and can be synchronized with ASUS AURA Sync and across the 12 lighting effects which include: static, breathing, color cycle, rainbow, comet, flash and dash, wave, glowing-yoyo, starry-night, strobing, smart, and music. Gamers can also tweak and customize each lighting effect to better match their illuminated gaming build. RGB illumination will be no longer a meaningless LED blinking but is fully customizable.
Super Luce RGB SYNC Series TUF Gaming Alliance Gaming Memory starts in clock speed of 2400MHz with scaling up to 3200MHz. The series offers the RGB illuminated gaming memory that is all the rage now for mainstream gamers with the largest compatibility across 13 upcoming Asus motherboards including the latest Intel platforms such as Z370/ X470/ H370/ B360/ H310. Strenuously tested by GeIL DYNA 4 SLT DRAM IC and memory module tester, GeIL Super Luce RGB SYNC Series TUF Gaming Alliance gaming memory is verified to provide a rock-solid gaming support for gamers allowing them to focus on their performance in the battlefield without concerns of any system failures caused by memory instability.