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GeIL's new Esoteria Series

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  1. Bastieeeh New Member

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    GeIL USA, Inc. announced the new “Esoteria Series”. Esoteria, or Esoteric, means specialized or advanced in nature, available only to a narrow circle of people that are highly knowledgeable.

    Esoteria Series Specifications
    • Available in DDR2 PC2-6400 800MHz & DDR2 PC2-8500 1066MHz
    • Capacity of 2GB Dual Channel (2x1GB)
    • CAS 4-4-4-12
    • Optimized SPD for overclocking
    • Voltage 1.9V – 2.5V
    • GeIL OC Certified FBGA 64MB X 8
    • 240pin, Un-buffered DDR2 DIMM
    • Optimized SPD for Overclocking
    • Black or Silver true carbon-fiber with Heat-spreader
    • Black or Silver aluminum base heat-spreaders
    • GeIL Limited Lifetime Warranty

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    Like the name suggests, this Series of memory is specialized in nature, designed with the enthusiasts in mind. Racing-inspired, the Esoteria Series is screaming for speed while boasting real carbon-fiber integrated onto the heat-spreaders. The carbon fiber is made by renowned aftermarket BMW Tuner-Vorsteiner with dry vacuumed form inspired by F1 racing technology. This is no wannabe imitation of fake carbon fiber. Each of the Esoteria carbon fiber heat-spreader requires being hand crafted for proper fitment. GeIL didn’t just stop at the looks. After all, it is what’s under the hood that counts. Optimized SPD to couple with the high-grade chips used in the Esoteria, overclockability has been increased while retaining stability. Due to the advanced and complexity nature of this product, it will be shipped in limited quantities.

    More product details can be found here: PC2-8500 DDR2-1066 Esoteria Dual Channel Kit and PC2-6400 DDR2-800 Esoteria Dual Channel Kit
     
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    mandelore New Member

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    hey those look nice, like something you would wear on a night out :p j/k
     
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    erocker Super Moderator Staff Member

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    I wonder how much the carbon-fiber actually helps (or doesn't) with cooling?
     
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    caveman_1990 New Member

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    I don't think carbon fibre helps with the cooling, it should decrease the cooling performs than metals such as aluminium.
     
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    my geil ram sucks, it wont overclock at all

    its 4-4-4-12 800 2.1v ram, i tried upto 2.4v and 5-5-5-15 and wont go above 850, how shit is that ?
     
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    Geez Ricky, that sucks man. Sorry to hear it. My 2.1v G.Skills will do over 1100MHz @ 5-5-5-15 2.4v.
     
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    Is it the orange sticks you have? I can get mine to 960 with slacker timings but I run 24/7 @ 900 5-4-5-12 @ 2.3v
     
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    Nice sticks. Carbon Fiber is lighter, allows more air and actually does help pull heat away. Its another reason why the Fast and the Furious use it. Lightweight, heat draw, etc.
     
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    Can't say on this have never had it. BUT I have a complete carbon fiber exhaust on my crotch rocket and after an hour of riding I can put my hands on it and it feels nice and warm not hot at all.
     
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    Carbon fiber will conduct electricity, but hardly any heat. it is made of the same stuff as diamonds, but the molecules are too far apart. i am working on some things now with CF...i'll keep in touch...

    Thermal Conductivity (W/mK) of type II carbon/carbon ribbon==429!!! This stuff is way different than the stuff i use for my structural projects.
    http://www.ms.ornl.gov/researchgroups/cmt/pdf/towpreg.pdf
     
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    2.5V? Wow.
     
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    sneekypeet Unpaid Babysitter Staff Member

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    Dont be too impressed it doesnt help a bit with my Esoterias.
     

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