Mushkin Redline Lumina 32GB 3600MHz DDR4 Memory Review
Peter Donnell / 2 weeks ago
The box is a pretty standard blister pack. You can see both modules in the front, each proudly displaying their product stickers so that you can see their speeds easily. However, beyond that, the box looks generic enough that Mushkin can use it for any variant of the kit; this makes sense, as it means they’re generating less waste.
Around the back, it’s pretty generic again, with a simple install guide and a barcode. Actually, that’s really all I need, and any further hardware information should be available on their website.
Fortunately, it’s not one of those awful packs that needs an industrial cutter to open. You can simply pop it open at the top and get those lovely DIMMs out of there in a flash.