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    Corsair shows off super-bright RAM

    Our LEDs are better than the competition, they say.
    Watch the show..

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    Re: Corsair shows off super-bright RAM

    It may be extremely fickle of me, but I like the movement in the industry at the moment, towards everything being RGB.

    COLOURS!

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    Re: Corsair shows off super-bright RAM

    I've no problem with it in principle, but you need to include options for people, such as different patterns, brightness adjustment and an on/off switch.
    No lit RAM has been as good as Crucial Balistix TT so far.

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