Tuesday, May 31st 2016

GeIL EVO X Memory With Split PCB Pictured

Here are some of the first pictures of GeIL EVO-X memory with its HILM (hybrid independent light module) active. GeIL essentially split the module into two PCBs, one being the more expensive, multi-layer DIMM PCB, and the other being a fewer-layered PCB holding the RGB LED lighting, with its independent power input. That's right, EVO-X is one of the first memory modules that don't use DIMM voltage to power lighting. They instead feature a tiny power input on the lighting PCB, which draws power from any vacant USB 2.0 header you may have on your motherboard (and also interfacing with your OS to let you configure the color. The EVO-X is available in reasonably high speeds such as DDR4-3866, and in densities of up to 8 GB per module.
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12 Comments on GeIL EVO X Memory With Split PCB Pictured

#1
Prima.Vera
Seriously dude, W.T.F. is with this recent LED craziness ?????????????????
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#2
hojnikb
agree, its pretty mad.
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#3
atomicus
Unsightly cables going into my RAM? WTF?? I DO NOT WANT THIS!!
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#4
lZKoce
I don't think this RAM covers 100% Adobe RGB range.....it needs MOAR advanced LEDs on it. No leds, no sale :D
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#5
FreedomEclipse
~Technological Technocrat~
Prima.Vera said:
Seriously dude, W.T.F. is with this recent LED craziness ?????????????????
RGB - Really Good (for) Business
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#6
Caring1
Nice, but I hope they fix that cable spaghetti up fast.
One lead should be enough.
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#7
P4-630
The Way It's Meant to be Played
Prima.Vera said:
Seriously dude, W.T.F. is with this recent LED craziness ?????????????????
In Win 805 Infinity with RGB-tunneleffect :pimp::rockout:
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#8
GhostRyder
P4-630 said:
In Win 805 Infinity with RGB-tunneleffect :pimp::rockout:

Ok now that is cool!

Eh, I kinda like the RGB stuff coming out to an extent. It helps allow people to choose their own color scheme when buying.
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#9
Hood
*Larger power supply required. *Extra case cooling required. *Ages 8 and up - small wires may pose a choking hazard for younger children. *Not to be used near epileptics - flashing lights may cause seizures. *Additional software required for lighting adjustment, larger storage drive may be needed. *USB 2.0 header required, larger motherboard may be needed...
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#10
peche
Thermaltake fanboy
what had happened wrong on the computer hardware evolution that we are stuck on RGB shit now days?
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#11
ensabrenoir
peche said:
what had happened wrong on the computer hardware evolution that we are stuck on RGB shit now days?


Muhahaha!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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#12
cadaveca
My name is Dave
Prima.Vera said:
Seriously dude, W.T.F. is with this recent LED craziness ?????????????????
5050 LED design uses 12V input, and is very inexpensive. I'd rather see products with no colors other than those offered by LEDs myself, rather than seeing people complain about "red and black!?! WTF!?!"
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