Convert Your DRAM into RGB Lightsticks, if You Dare

buzznut47

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Agreed, so over RGB.
I can attest to how easy it is to pull a memory chip out when removing heatspreaders. But if you go with RGB memory instead of standard DDR4 you will pay $50 or more for that privilege.
What I do is buy inexpensive memory without heatspreaders and add my own. However, it seems these days memory manufacturers are mounting these things without cement. Yes, I'm looking at you, Corsair!
 

jaexyr

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You mean, just printers and scanners?
Maybe some RGB around existing RGB?
 

zahoome

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Been there, done that. Take a look at the Vertagear PL-4500 chair. It has an optional RGB LED kit that's wirelessly controlled and will sync to audio.

Yes, I'd agree with jaexyr that RGB has gotten out of hand, but I just shake my head and move on. As long as it's not forced on my components/gear, then if somebody wants to pay a premium for it, then it's their money. That said, I do like RGB on some gear... just not everything. My keyboard is the only thing that's lit and visible (set to light the key as I type). My mobo and video card have lighting as well, but those are hidden away in a sound-deadened windowless case.
 

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