Syngas is an attractive alternative to currently popular hydrocarbon fuels due to its ability to be synthesized from multiple sources and lower carbon content. Direct Numerical Simulation (DNS) studies on premixed and non-premixed syngas flames have recently received attention. In this light, DNS of turbulent premixed syngas has been performed. Influence of turbulence and differential diffusion effects on chemical pathways of fuels like Hydrogen and methane has been studied in the past. Similar study on syngas flame has not been reported in the literature. Two cases with variation in the intensity of turbulence have been reported in this study. Effect of differential diffusion and turbulence on heat release rate and fuel consumption rate has been discussed. The behavior of heat release rate and fuel consumption rate was largely similar between laminar and turbulent flames considered in this study. Influence of species Lewis number was found to be more pronounced than that of turbulence.