Today, we’ll be taking a quick look at the GEIL Super Luce RGB DDR4-3600 16GB Memory Kit. These memory modules are rated to run at a maximum speed of 3600 MHz (PC4-28800) at 1.35V, with fairly low memory timing of 16-18-18-36. It supports XMP 2.0 profiles, as well as dual channel mode. It also comes with a RGB strip which runs down the length of the memory module that supports Asus AURA sync, Gigabyte Fusion, MSI Mystic Light, and ASRock Polychrome.
We already reviewed their DDR4-3000 version earlier this year. Let’s see how these memory modules running DDR4-3600 will compare.
My past experiences have taught me … that any ram above 3200MHz+ will be a pain to setup and run. If you want to enable XMP, then you’ll need to check if your memory modules are compatible with your motherboard … not all will work at speeds of DDR4-3200 or higher.
Hopefully, this isn’t the case with the GEIL Super Luce RGB DDR4-3600 16GB Memory Kit. I’ll be testing these memory modules on our test rig which is comprised of an EVGA Z370 motherboard, which feature a ton of memory options in the BIOS.
Firstly, we would like to thank GEIL for providing the review sample. Who are GEIL? Well, here’s a little blurb taken from GEIL’s website.
GeIL – Golden Emperor International Ltd. – one of the worlds’ leading PC components & peripheral manufacturers that concentrate in making the most innovative products, from memory modules, power supply units to gaming peripherals, for PC enthusiasts worldwide.
Established in 1993, GeIL has soon become one of the most trusted memory professionals in the industry. In the year 2000, with the vast knowledge of tweaking and producing some of the world’s fastest DRAM modules, GeIL shook the PC enthusiasts market and changed it for the better. The introduction of the first ever memory heat-spreader, the dual-channel packaged memory kit and lifetime warranty are all innovative concepts GeIL introduced in the PC DIY market from 2000~2003. Since then, GeIL has been concentrating in perfecting the technologies of IC testing, memory burn-in and quality assurance for memory products in application in all segments of the market. As of today, GeIL memory is trusted and distributed in over 50 countries worldwide with volume upwards of five million pieces annually. GeIL – Always Ahead.
As GeIL’s memory products thrived in the high-end PC market, the creative minds at GeIL came up with yet another brilliant design of an interactive power supply unit control panel and high efficiency PSU. Together, the patented duo made perfect for supplying superior power and securing the health of gaming performance PC. The achievement in such PSU R&D deserved a brand of its’ own when Thortech Power was born in 2009. Thortech – Nothing but Power.
Two years later, the never-resting minds at GeIL wanted to perfect the PC gaming experience by introducing to the market a dual-sensor gaming mouse concept. The concept came to reality in 2011, with the brand EpicGear, the world’s first HDST-Hybrid Dual Sensor Technology gaming mouse was born – the MeduZa. One mouse, two sensors and three different modes, the MeduZa fulfilled PC gamers with the ultimate mouse solution for its perfect ergonomics and game-type-sensitive sensor preferences. Shortly after the debut of the epic MeduZa, a complete line of ingeniously designed and crafted gaming peripherals were introduced by EpicGear. These ultimate gaming gears soon became gamers’ top choices in dominating in their games. EpicGear – Equip to Dominate.
I’m expecting these memory modules to produce some really nice healthy scores. I should easily outperform its DDR4-3000 sibling and should also compare extremely well against similar spec’ed memory out there on the market.
OK, let’s move on and check out the specifications and features on our next page,
- GEIL Super Luce RGB DDR4-3000 16GB Memory Kit Review
- GEIL Super Luce DDR4-3000 16GB Memory Kit Review
- GEIL EVO Potenza DDR4-2400 16GB Memory Kit Review
- GEIL EVO X DDR4-3000 16GB Dual Channel Memory Kit Review