Wednesday, July 17th 2019

GeIL launches the EVO X II and EVO X II ROG-certified and Ryzen 3000-optimized Editions

GeIL, Golden Emperor International Ltd. - one of the world's leading PC components & peripheral manufacturers released new additions to their EVO X and EVO X ROG-certified RGB Gaming Memory today. The new EVO X II and EVO X II ROG-Certified inherit their previous generation, and provide an advanced modder-friendly "cableless RGB illumination design" for offering a fascinating RGB lighting effect without hassles of power cable management. Manufactured with outstanding components, the EVO X II dedicated to unlocking hidden overclocking ability and comprehensive compatibility across the latest 3rd Gen AMD Ryzen and Intel platforms. GeIL EVO X II ROG-certified RGB Gaming Memory perfectly supports ASUS AURA lighting control app, when paired with most ASUS ROG motherboards, an automatic performance boost will be enabled for a better overclocking experience.

The EVO X DDR4 series is one of the first RGB DDR4 memory modules in the industry, and it brought the series tremendous praise from gamers and PC enthusiasts around the world. The new EVO X II and EVO X II ROG-certified equipped with "cableless RGB illumination design" offering RGB lighting without power cables or the need for advanced cable management. The EVO X II is available in a new stealth black and frost white design and features high-quality aluminium for better heat dissipation and extra stability.
GeIL EVO X II ROG-certified RGB gaming memory continues the excellent reputation of the previous generation by offering synchronized RGB LED illumination with ASUS AURA RGB, GeIL EVO X II ROG-certified has been qualified to work with most ASUS ROG motherboards for maximizing both speed and compatibility. It perfectly supports the latest ASUS AURA RGB lighting control APP without any cables connected to the motherboard. Besides, it automatically synchronized with ASUS ROG graphics cards and other RGB UI compatible components.

Backed by the limited lifetime warranty, the GeIL EVO X II is available in frequencies of 2400 MHz and scales up to 4133 MHz. For fully embrace with the latest 3rd Gen AMD Ryzen platforms, GeIL is also releasing EVO X II AMD optimized edition. Most significantly, this AMD edition has been strictly verified across a large number of AMD X570 AM4 motherboards and 3rd Gen AMD Ryzen processors to guarantee the best compatibility and better gaming experience for all AMD builders.

For more information, visit the product pages of the EVO X II, EVO X II AMD Edition, and EVO X II ROG-certified.
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11 Comments on GeIL launches the EVO X II and EVO X II ROG-certified and Ryzen 3000-optimized Editions

#1
bonehead123
btarunr, post: 4082559, member: 43587"
"cableless RGB illumination design" offering RGB lighting without power cables or the need for advanced cable management.
Well, lots of other companies offer this "innovation" too, so whats the big deal ???

Those heat spreaders look really similar to Corsair's vengance series.

And here we go again with the completely FALSE and misleading "white" naming nonsense......IT IS NOT white ram, it's black ram with a white heat spreader slapped on it..... somebody should sue them (and all the other guilty parties) to stop this crap :(
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#2
TheLostSwede
Why is it Geil has to put their specs in a PDF? Is it really that hard to put them on their website?
It's also great that they use X and O as the symbols for fail or pass, something that's only used in China, Taiwan and Japan afaik.
Also, why would anyone buy a 3200 22-22-22-52 kit? I mean, that's about as bad as you could possibly get. Sure, it's at 1.2V, but so what?

Geil used to make good RAM, but this is just :banghead:
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#3
kapone32
TheLostSwede, post: 4082584, member: 3382"
Why is it Geil has to put their specs in a PDF? Is it really that hard to put them on their website?
It's also great that they use X and O as the symbols for fail or pass, something that's only used in China, Taiwan and Japan afaik.
Also, why would anyone buy a 3200 22-22-22-52 kit? I mean, that's about as bad as you could possibly get. Sure, it's at 1.2V, but so what?

Geil used to make good RAM, but this is just :banghead:
Looking at the page it would seem those 22 timings are for the 4133 MHZ modules.
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#4
TheLostSwede
kapone32, post: 4082591, member: 181865"
Looking at the page it would seem those 22 timings are for the 4133 MHZ modules.
Download the PDF, they're also for several 3200 modules...
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#5
momoh8410
bonehead123, post: 4082578, member: 139670"
Well, lots of other companies offer this "innovation" too, so whats the big deal ???

Those heat spreaders look really similar to Corsair's vengance series.

And here we go again with the completely FALSE and misleading "white" naming nonsense......IT IS NOT white ram, it's black ram with a white heat spreader slapped on it..... somebody should sue them (and all the other guilty parties) to stop this crap :(
i think the original Geil Evo X RAM had an addressable RGB cable coming off each stick. So for them this is an "innovation" lol
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#6
kapone32
TheLostSwede, post: 4082594, member: 3382"
Download the PDF, they're also for several 3200 modules...
Wow that is crazy indeed then
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#7
P4-630
Always funny when I read this brand name...

In Dutch:


:D:D
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#8
Tomgang
Me'h. I have found those memory i want for ryzen. Spec is 3600 mhz CL 14-15-15-35 1.4 volts from G.skill.
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#9
Mayclore
2% actual RAM, 98% heatspreader.
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#10
IceShroom
TheLostSwede, post: 4082584, member: 3382"
Why is it Geil has to put their specs in a PDF? Is it really that hard to put them on their website?
It's also great that they use X and O as the symbols for fail or pass, something that's only used in China, Taiwan and Japan afaik.
Also, why would anyone buy a 3200 22-22-22-52 kit? I mean, that's about as bad as you could possibly get. Sure, it's at 1.2V, but so what?

Geil used to make good RAM, but this is just :banghead:
Thats for plug and play. That RAM kit will boot with 1600MHz [3200MT/s] speed, unlike those 1800MHz [3600MT/s] which boot up with 1066 MHz and if you don not activate XMP it will run at 1066MHz.
Good to see a 1600MHz DDR4 at JEDEC profile.
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#11
Minus Infinity
Tomgang, post: 4082605, member: 154607"
Me'h. I have found those memory i want for ryzen. Spec is 3600 mhz CL 14-15-15-35 1.4 volts from G.skill.
That's what I'll be getting too.
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