Tuesday, February 21st 2017

GeIL Launches its EVO-X Series DDR4 Memory with RGB LED Lighting

GeIL launched its flagship EVO-X line of high-performance DDR4 memory modules featuring RGB LED lighting, which it unveiled at the 2017 International CES, earlier this year. The modules feature a diffused RGB LED lighting element that takes input from most RGB LED standards over 4-pin headers, such as ASUS Aura Sync, ASRock Aura RGB, MSI Mystic Light Sync, and GIGABYTE RGB Fusion. The modules feature two inputs, one on either side. One plugs into a 4-pin RGB LED header, and the other draws additional power from a 9V/12V power source, such as a fan header.

Internally, the LED lighting element is placed on a separate PCB from the actual DRAM module, so there's no scope for electrical interference that can destabilize the memory. The modules come in 4 GB, 8 GB, and 16 GB densities, and in a wide range of speeds and timing combinations, including DDR4-2133, DDR4-2400, DDR4-3000, DDR4-3466, DDR4-4000, and DDR4-4133. The modules further come in single-module and dual-channel kits; and with two heatspreader color options - glossy white and matte black. The company didn't reveal pricing.
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6 Comments on GeIL Launches its EVO-X Series DDR4 Memory with RGB LED Lighting

#1
RejZoR
I like the white and blue accent one. Would look sweet on a white mobo. Gives it that Republic Commando helmet kinda vibe :D
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#2
Tsukiyomi91
"The modules feature two inputs, one on either side. One plugs into a 4-pin RGB LED header, and the other draws additional power from a 9V/12V power source, such as a fan header." Really? =w= that's gonna complicate things a lot, especially if u wanna do a super clean build, especially with hard tubing.
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#3
Bruno Vieira
After G skill, a RAM RGB module have to be really cheap to have cables on it. And g skill still is the best ram manufacter.
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#4
azdesign
From the picture alone, I thought it was sodimm with fancy heat spreader until I realized the heat spreader is so damn tall nearly twice the ram height. Some coolers with limited ram clearance might not work with these.
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#5
atomicus
Unless this is obscenely cheap, I don't know why anyone would buy it over the G.Skill RGB stuff, which has no cables and no stupid bright red clip. Seriously, putting that on an RGB product is just the most asinine thing I've ever seen.
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#6
ensabrenoir
.........that thing is just too tall.....like several other rgb ram out there.
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