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Upgrading the Dominator® Platinum DDR3 memory with the Dominator Platinum Light Bar Upgrade Kit will let you customize your Dominator Platinum modules with a new look. A set of two modules can easily be upgraded in approximately 15 minutes. You can choose between the clear lens for a white glow or the blue lens for a blue glow.
After shutting down your machine and discharging yourself of any static, remove the modules from the motherboard. Place them on an anti-static surface. Now use the included allen wrench to remove the screws. It may help to place your finger on the back side of the module to keep the back screw from spinning.
Once you have all four screws out flip the module upside down. Now remove the top bar from the module. You want to make sure you do not damage the Corsair Link connector or any other components on the module.
Take the new top bar and place the desired lens color into it. Now reverse the process and put the top bar on the module. It works best if you leave the top bar flat on its top. Make sure not to damage the LEDs, Corsair Link connector or any other components on the module.
Now replace the all of the screws and tighten them down. Be careful to not over tighten the screws!
Finally install the modules in your motherboard and enjoy the look of your Dominator Platinum modules. If you run into any issues with installation please contact technical support @ www.corsair.com/support.
Probably the wrong forum; however, I just received two Light Kits from Corsair that each had two top bar replacements but only one in each box had holes in them for the blue LED effect. The remaining top bars, again, one in each kit, was identical to the original Dominator Platinum modules' top bars, that is solid metal. The remainder of both kits was complete, Nothing else was missing.