The memory looks really slick, using a two-tone design that really makes them pop, even without any RGB fired up.
Mushkin has given them a black PCB, which looks fantastic paired up with the matte black finish of the aluminium heat spreader. I make a point of the black PCB, as Mushkin still produces quite a few kits with green PCBs on their less enthusiast-focused models.
The heatspreader is quick compact, meaning that compatibility with coolers and other components should be very high; they’re barely higher than most standard modules.
However, there are a few bumps and ridges here, marginally increasing the surface area, but they’re mostly aesthetic.
There’s a raised section on the aluminium, which is polished rather than pained. This has been given a diamond cut edge that looks absolutely stunning. I love that the black and silver sections are all from one piece of aluminium.
The “redline” logo appears to be printed onto the aluminium, rather than being a sticker, which is good.
The same is true of the “Lumina” logo on the right side.
There’s an RGB lightbar running the full length of the spine.
Plus, there are three folded metal bars on each end, which will help hold that strip in place, but they also look pretty cool too.
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