Thursday, July 20th 2017

GEIL Announces EVO Spear Series of DDR4 Memory Kits

GEIL's EVO Spear joins the company's DDR4 memory line-up with some inconspicuous looks and lack of LED lighting. The new series from GEIL also features something that's not all that common nowadays - a standard DIMM-sized heat spreader, which doesn't add much volume to the parts. This means these kits shouldn't pose many clearance problems (if any), which is a good thing in some smaller form-factor builds.

The new Kits from GEIL are available in both Intel and AMD-compatibility kits, and the new series is fully compatible with the Intel X299 HEDT platofrm (it remains to be see if the AMD-compatible parts will have the same compatibility towards the company's X399 Threadripper platform.). GEIL offers the module in speeds of 2133MHz up to 3466MHz, in single, dual or quad-channel kits. GEIL didn't release pricing information as of yet, but says that "EVO Spear Series is designed for PC gamers looking for well-performed standard-height gaming memory without high price tag." This probably means these kits will sell for less than comparable GEIL kits from other series. Expect these to hit the streets this July.
Sources: GEIL, via ETeknix
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4 Comments on GEIL Announces EVO Spear Series of DDR4 Memory Kits


I wonder if "System Builders" will ever be a gimmick like "Gamers" is...
I guess if that ever happens, we'll be back to green, yellow, brown, blue boards, original/standard colored ports, with heavy fin-stacked heatsinks all over the place and "server style" ram heatspreaders with "caution-hot!" warnings everywhere. :rolleyes:
Noctua, Delta and Sunon will have a blast then...
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Sempron Guy
but why no RGB?
but why RGB? - why is almost everybody keen to have these lightning Christmas me :confused:
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And just look at those crap timings just what Ryzen doesn't need
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