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GeIL Intros High-Density Black Dragon, B.D. EVO One, and Ultra Memory Kits

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  1. btarunr

    btarunr Editor & Senior Moderator Staff Member

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    GeIL today introduced a set of DDR2 and DDR3 dual-channel, and quad-channel memory kits. The new DDR2 kits make use of the company's newest 4 GB Black Dragon, Black Dragon EVO One module, while the DDR3 kits include 2 GB modules from the EVO One, and Ultra series. The DDR2 series features 8 GB (2x 4GB) and 16 GB (4x 4GB) kits, while DDR3 ones include 4 GB (2x 2GB) and 8 GB (4x 2GB) modules. The DDR2 series includes PC2-5600 (667 MHz) and PC2-6400 (800 MHz), while the DDR3 series is optimised for Intel LGA-1156 platform, and includes modules running at the speeds of PC3-16000 (2000 MHz) and PC3-17066 (2133 MHz). Detailed specifications follow.

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    DDR2 Black Dragon Series 667MHz CL 5 & 800MHz CL 6 Dual Channel Kit
    • Model Numbers: GB28GB5300C6DC, GB28GB6400C6DC
    • Available Capacity: 8GB (4GBx2) Dual Cahnnel Kit
    • Available Speed:
      o 667MHz CL 5-5-5-15
      o 800MHz CL 6-6-6-18
    • Working Voltage: 1.8V
    • PCB: 8-Layer PCB with red LED
    • Technology: DBT Enhanced
    • Warranty: GeIL Lifetime Warranty

    DDR2 Black Dragon Series 667MHz & 800MHz CL 6 Quad Channel Kit
    • Model Numbers: GB216GB667C6QC, GB216GB800C6QC
    • Available Capacity: 16GB (4GBx4) Quad Channel Kit
    • Available Speed:
      o 667MHz CL 5-5-5-15
      o 800MHz CL 6-6-6-18
    • Working Voltage: 1.8V
    • PCB: 8-Layer PCB with red LED
    • Technology: DBT Enhanced
    • Warranty: GeIL Lifetime Warranty

    DDR2 BD EVO ONE Series 667MHz CL 5 & 800MHz CL 6 Dual Channel Kit
    • Model Numbers: GE28GB667C6DC, GE28GB800C6DC
    • Available Capacity: 8GB (4GBx2) Dual Channel Kit
    • Available Speed:
      o 667MHz CL 5-5-5-15
      o 800MHz CL 6-6-6-18
    • Working Voltage: 1.8V
    • Heatspreader: EVO ONE Heat-sink System with MTCD Technology
    • Technology: DBT Enhanced
    • Warranty: GeIL Lifetime Warranty

    DDR2 BD EVO ONE Series 667MHz CL 5 & 800MHz CL 6 Quad Channel Kit
    • Model Numbers: GE216GB5300C6QC, GE216GB6400C6QC
    • Available Capacity: 16GB (4GBx4) Quad Channel Kit
    • Available Speed:
      o 667MHz CL 5-5-5-15
      o 800MHz CL 6-6-6-18
    • Working Voltage: 1.8V
    • Heatspreader: EVO ONE Heat-sink System with MTCD Technology
    • Technology: DBT Enhanced
    • Warranty: GeIL Lifetime Warranty

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    DDR3 Ultra Series 2000MHz & 2133MHz CL 9 Dual Channel Kit
    • Model Numbers: GU34GB2000C9DC, GU34GB2133C9DC
    • Available Capacity: 4GB (2GBx2) Dual Cahnnel Kit
    • Available Speed:
      o 2000MHz CL 9-9-9-28
      o 2133MHz CL 9-9-9-28
    • Working Voltage: 1.65V
    • Technology: DBT Enhanced
    • Warranty: GeIL Lifetime Warranty

    DDR3 Gaming Series EVO ONE 2000MHz & 2133MHz CL 9 Dual Channel Kit & Quad Channel Kit
    • Model Numbers: GE34GB2000C9DC, GE34GB2133C9DC, GE38GB2000C9QC, GE38GB2133C9QC
    • Available Capacity:
      o 4GB (2GBx2) Dual Channel Kit
      o 8GB (2GBx4) Quad Channel Kit
    • Available Speed:
      o 2000MHz CL 9-9-9-28
      o 2133MHz CL 9-9-9-28
    • Working Voltage: 1.65V
    • Heatspreader: EVO ONE Heat-sink System with MTCD Technology
    • Technology: DBT Enhanced
    • Warranty: GeIL Lifetime Warranty
    Last edited: Sep 4, 2009
  2. Breathless New Member

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    Humbug.... DDR2 1200 or go home.

    We have plenty of crappy low frequency high latency ddr2 kits to choose from already that have been out for years. :shadedshu
  3. Howard New Member

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    yea it's doomed to fail!!! unless offering better CAS latency..
    so many strong brands out there, like Corsair, Super Talent, OCZ even sold at better price!!!
    really don't understand the point, as advertised GAMING RAM??? but all naked without any heatsinks.. oh come on!
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    1Kurgan1 The Knife in your Back

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    Quad channel DDR3 mmmmmm....
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    wow, is the pcb black?, that's rare on rams
  6. Howard New Member

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    i think black PCB material is not new for RAM..
    u can buy it from OCZ or Corsair..
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    Good Memory brand,, I have some DDR2 800 running @1000 for a year now,, Just ordered some GeIL EVO ONE DDR2 1066
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    PP Mguire New Member

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    Thats a dual 4gig set so dont expect to see them with real tight timings yet.
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    Mine was a 4Gig set & rated for 1066mhz 5-5-5-12 but jesus...6-6-6-18???
  10. Breathless New Member

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    "yet"? :confused:

    How many years has DDR2 been out now? And how many years have we had kits of similar sizes with better speeds and better latencys? :nutkick:
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    I guess the only big thing here is the the 4GB sticks for the 8GB and 16Gb kits. If those are reasonably priced, could be a nice upgrade for those who need "all the RAM they can get"
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    geil...
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    is this a joke?!?!?!
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    No. Are you Geiling?
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    department76 New Member

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    ya those timings are aweful... their "ultra" runs about at the same as the value models and off-brands... what crap.
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    I'm so Mageiling!
    One thing everyone needs to realize is that these are 4GBsticks of RAM, that's why they have loose timings.
    So a pair of them = 8GB, and 4 sticks = 16GB.

    So many people with grade 4 reading comprehension.
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    This isn't a 4GB set, it's an 8GB set. 2x4GB.
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    PP Mguire New Member

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    What i was trying to say but i worded it wrong cause i was in a hurry. They are 4gig STICKS so dont expect the latencies to be low yet. Or speed to be up there, that goes for DDR3 as well.
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    The Dragon icon looks nice... that's all I can say.
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    i guess their 1600MHz kit isnt very popular
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    no ddr2 1066 for this??:ohwell:
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    yeah i think so

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