Packaging & A Closer Look
GeIL’s Super Luce RGB Sync comes in a dark colored box with a rendering of the memory on the front.
The rear of the box has two windows to show the labels of the memory inside plus a sticker that shows the specifications of the kit, in our case, an 8GB x 2 Dual Channel kit with 16-18-18-36 latency at 3000 MHz.
Inside, the memory sits in a clear clam-shell pack that shows off both sticks nicely. The front of the memory sticks has a colorful ‘SL’ logo in the center and a large ASUS Aura Sync logo on one end.
The rear of the stick looks similar but the Aura logo is replaced with a label with the UPC, product info and QR code.
The ram module itself is on a black PCB. The heat spreader comes down and covers most of the memory modules. The Aura sticker is a bit obnoxious but can be peeled off.
The translucent top bar that lights up is symmetrical end to end as well as side to side.
The heat spreader has a subtle brushed finish and a stamped area on each end that makes getting the modules in and out of your board quite easy.
When first booted up, the modules light up in a slowly moving rainbow.
The entire top edge lights up end to end in a nice, evenly diffused manner.
Our camera washes it out, but the actual modules light up in rich colors that aren’t overly bright. Diffusion is great so you don’t get awkward banding between colors.