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The RAM Mod lighting kit attaches to any DIMM memory module, and provides a range of interesting lighting effects.
Included is a PCI backplate with a mounted button, giving you control over the 8 lighting sequences the unit provides. Press the button to cycle through through each sequence, or hold it down for 1.5 seconds to turn the lights off.
Total Reviews: 3 Average Rating:
Not what I expected03-13-2013
Reviewer: ProModz (1)
Ive never bought any lights that didnt have a setting to make it always on full time. THis one doesnt. A lot of different combinations of pulsing but nothing to just keep it on continuously. The wires are to short. Unless you want the wire running straight across your motherboard, you will have to add wire to this. For 17 dollars at a modding web site, I would have expected this to have more wire that allows you to hide it behind the mobo tray. I made it work and will deal but I am disappointed with these.
Reviewer: Bryan (2)
Put some of these on my 12 gb ram setup and they made all the differnece, i have some vids on youtube and almost all the comments are on where to get these LED modules cause they look so good in the computer, I just wanted to come back and say I have had these going for a year and a half know with out a hiccup, awesome product, great effect. Looks awesome.
A must have for all01-04-2007
Reviewer: bterrill (1)
I got this and out of the $4500 custom PC I''ve built this thing is my favorite. I assumed it came with two because I didn''t think that most memory you pay more for "dual channel" kits so this would of only been single. My fault. I think that 8 effects are more than sufficent but I do wish there was either a knob or some way it can remember the setting which seems to go back to the effect 1 @ boot. Would be nice if they could make it like that but probably too much hassle for the amount of them sold. I personally like effect #8 the pulsing, but some others are real cool too. I''m going to order another one now and have them run different effects. Sadly, the thought of 4 of these is the only reason I want to expand to 4 gbs of ram ... lol