With the advent of RGB RAM, are there any PC components left that don’t light up?
I’ll be completely honest: I’ve never looked at a stick of RAM and thought it looked too dull.
Sure, DIMMs are functional and utilitarian, but then, they go inside your PC case, and that case probably sits under your desk. You can buy memory with fancy heat spreaders that look a bit like a car spoiler, but again, that performs a function – it keeps the RAM cooler.
But if you are one of the people who has a clear panel on the side of their PC, and you’ve always felt a little miffed that the memory on your motherboard didn’t match the rest of your glowing aesthetic?
Corsair would like to suggest you consider its new Vengeance RGB RAM.
It’s available right now, in the following kit configurations and timings:
- Vengeance RGB White 16GB (2x8GB), 3,600MHz – 18-19-19-39 1.35V
- Vengeance RGB White 32GB (4x8GB), 3,200MHz – 16-18-18-36 1.35V
- Vengeance RGB White 32GB (2x16GB), 3,200MHz – 16-18-18-36 1.35V
- Vengeance RGB White 16GB (2x8GB), 3,200MHz – 16-18-18-36 1.35V
- Vengeance RGB White 128GB (8x16GB), 3,000MHz – 16-18-18-36 1.35V
- Vengeance RGB White 32GB (4x8GB), 3,000MHz – 15-17-17-35 1.35V
- Vengeance RGB White 16GB (2x8GB), 3,000MHz – 15-17-17-36 1.35V
You can control the lighting effects of the Vengeance RGB RAM via the Corsair Link software suite, without the need for any extra cables, connectors or controllers – the DIMMs just operate through any motherboard’s standard DDR4 slot. The Vengeance RGB RAM is also compatible with Gigabyte’s RGB Fusion, MSI’s Mystic Light, and Asus’ Aura Sync lighting control software, to give you options.
And to be honest, it does look kind of cool. You know, if you like that sort of thing.