Monday, May 23rd 2016

GeIL Announces the EVO-X Series Memory with HILM Technology

GeIL, a leading global manufacturer of PC components and peripherals, presents the all new DDR4 EVO X Hardcore Gaming Memory with GeIL's latest innovation of HILM - Hybrid-Independent-Light-Module enabling dynamic RGB LED illumination. The EVO X Seires not only excels from the Super Luce Series asthetically, the technological breakthrough in high performance memory illumination transcends even further.

HILM - Hybrid-Independent-Light-Module (Figure A) fuses LEDs, micro processor, circuits, switch and dual-power-source in one modular solution, separating the entire lighting solution and circuitry from the memory module. Thus, allowing high performance DDR4 memory module to perform at its full potential and stability.
The EVO X memory module with HILM, when looking from the back side (the side with illuminated EVO X logo), the power jack on the left (Figure B) is designed for the 12V RGB power cable from applicable motherboards. Once connected, the RGB LED on EVO X can be programmed via motherboards' RGB UI applications, making the RGB illumination on EVO X in-sync with the motherboard and other applicable components.

Illumination Modes Sliding Hot Switch
The EVO X memory module with HILM, when looking from the back side, the power jack on the right (Figure C) is designed for the 9V/12V fan power from motherboards. Once connected, four different RGB LED breathing illuminating modes can be selected via the Sliding Hot Switch (Figure C). The four breathing illumination modes are red, green, blue and RGB cycle.
More information on EVO X and HILM will be presented during Computex 2016, Taipei.
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4 Comments on GeIL Announces the EVO-X Series Memory with HILM Technology

#1
Chaitanya
Now only Crucial are left to release their RGB LED rams. Also independent LED power from RAMs is a good thing.
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#3
Caring1
Not gunna fit with some larger coolers.
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#4
buildzoid
The "heatsinks" on these are so tall that I initially thought that these are SO-DIMMs
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