Memories RAM Has long since become the product responsible for decorating the mirror as much as it is responsible for its performance, and it seems that this trend is not going anywhere soon, with more and more brave attempts or even extreme.
Corsair has now launched what will almost certainly become a new fashion in the volatile memory market - under the name Vengeance RGB Pro Light Enhancement Kit We get a solution for fans of the low-end modding and colored lights, who do not have the budget to populate all the DIMM slots on the motherboard with real memories. What to do? Purchase a nice shell that looks just like RAM, but without the valuable chips inside - module DDR4 A fake whose purpose is to impress and preserve symmetry. Exaggerated and ingenious, at the same time.
A $ 40 fee will provide you with a pair of fake modules equipped with 10 colorful and programmable LEDs in each, which can join in sync to the overall lights organ in the system - until you find a budget or reason to purchase real dedicated memories in their place. for Corsair It's just another interesting revenue stream, as well as a solution that will probably spur users to choose their memory products to maintain a uniform, symmetric look.
This marketing brilliance joins The brilliant Royal Series, Literally, by G.Skill unveiled a few weeks ago - a series of products RAM It is made with crystal light that is embedded in crystal glass that gives unique color changes compared to the standard known LED strips and a polished metallic or silver metallic coating. The end result is quite impressive, and not quite like anything else in the field.
Memories will be available at speeds ranging from 3,000MHz to 4,600MHz at the top end, in volumes between 16GB based on a pair of 128GB modules on 8 modules and schedules between CL14 and CL19, while without official prices it is fairly clear that Memories These "royalty" are intended for a wealthy target audience that is willing to invest much more than average.
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