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Akasa Launches the Vegas RAM Mate Addressable RGB RAM LED Kit

Akasa Launches the Vegas RAM Mate Addressable RGB RAM LED Kit

Akasa released an addressable RGB LED aluminium heatsink cooling vest for RAM: the Vegas RAM Mate (AK-MX248). It both conveniently cools and colours, adding style and a dazzling light display to existing PC RAM.

8 individually addressable RGB LEDs embedded in a diffuser maximise vibrancy, injecting more personality into any build.

Two high-grade aluminium heatsinks and two thermal pads keep RAM cool and stylish, effectively reducing RAM temperature.

The Vegas RAM Mate is compatible with a wide range of PC memory including double/single sided DIMM and DDR RAM (DDR/DDR2/DDR3/DDR4), and low profile memory – VLP DIMM. The kit is easy to set up and comes with two thermal pads, a stabiliser pad, two gap filler pieces for VLP RAM and a small screwdriver.

It plugs into either 3 pin or 4 pin 5V digital addressable LED motherboard headers and is compatible with 5V ASUS Aura addressable headers, 5V Gigabyte digital pin headers, 5V MSI JRainbow headers and 5V ASRock addressable RGB LED headers.

The Vegas RAM Mate is compatible with and certified by ASUS Aura Sync, MSI Mystic Light Sync, Gigabyte RGB Fusion Ready and ASRock Polychrome SYNC motherboard lighting control applications. For a full motherboard compatibility list, see Akasa’s website.

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