Wednesday, June 10th 2020

GeIL Announces ORION Series DDR4 Memory

GeIL, Golden Emperor International Ltd. - one of the world's leading PC components & peripheral manufacturers announced ORION series memory for gamers and content creators providing high speed as well as massive memory capacity scalable up to 4000 MHz CL18 64 GB (2 x 32 GB) kit.

High speed and low latencies used to be gamers' favorite while massive memory capacity which greatly helps the multimedia creation is preferred for content creators. Scaling up to 2x 32 GB 4000 MHz CL18, GeIL ORION series memory is an exceptionally balanced choice designed to satisfy multiple needs, especially for users require both extraordinary performance for gaming and massive memory capacity for multimedia creation.
Finished in a stylish and stealthy heat spreader of Rust Red and Charcoal Gray, ORION series memory easily matches the color theme of your PC components in an understated and aesthetic way. The approximately standard height ensures the best compatibility with most computer cases and CPU coolers on the market with zero mechanical interference. Without fancy RGB lighting effect, ORION series opens the door for users who feel like experiencing the amazing memory performance with the style of neat and tidy.

Backed by the limited lifetime warranty, GeIL ORION Series memory is available in frequencies from 2666 MHz to 4000 MHz and densities of 8 GB to 32 GB. GeIL ORION series AMD Edition memory is also available to support the latest and upcoming AMD Ryzen processors with best quality and compatibility.
For more information, visit the product pages of the GeIL ORION and GeIL ORION AMD Edition.
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3 Comments on GeIL Announces ORION Series DDR4 Memory

#1
Minus Infinity
64GB at CL18 is impressive as I will going 64GB for my high end Ryzen 4000 based PC, do a lot of photo editing, but run a lot of simulations as well as some gaming. But would like to get into video as the newer cameras coming out do 8K30p and 4K120p. Not sure how AMD goes with Geil, hopefully other have similar kits soon.
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Caring1
Their website say the colors are Racing Red, and Titanium Gray.
Also the only difference between the Intel part and AMD part is an A in the AMD part number, everything else is Identical for the 4000MHz 64GB kit.
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#3
Mayclore
Huh, that's actually a really interesting heatspreader design.
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