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GeIL EVO Potenza Series Official

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GeIL officially announced its EVO Potenza series of high-performance memory kits. The lineup includes kits that start at DDR3-1866 MHz, running at moderately tight timings of 9-10-9-28, and at 1.50V; all the way up to a DDR3-3000 MHz kit, which achieves its rated speeds at 12-14-14-36, and 1.65V; with DDR3-2133, DDR3-2400, DDR3-2667, DDR3-2800, and DDR3-2933 options along the way. The kits are available in 8 GB, 16 GB, and 32 GB sizes. Features on offer are a chunky yet airy aluminum heatspreader, silver and black heatspreader color options, DBT-burned in resilience, and lifetime warranty to back that up.

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Perhaps Geil needs to hire a native English speaking tech person to write their PRs.

..."a chunky yet airy aluminum heat spreader".

Say WTF? :wtf:
 
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Perhaps Geil needs to hire a native English speaking tech person to write their PRs.

..."a chunky yet airy aluminum heat spreader".

Say WTF? :wtf:
nah, google translate is just fine.
 
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GeIL has great timings for memory. Seems always better than Corsair and Kingston.
 

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Perhaps Geil needs to hire a native English speaking tech person to write their PRs.

..."a chunky yet airy aluminum heat spreader".

Say WTF? :wtf:
That particular phrase was NOT in the official press release...so blame somebody else :laugh: Also the settled heatspreaders color is a dual tone with black and red and white for limited edition... other colours are optional depending on future demand. Looking great kits I seriously hope the 2933C11 is NOT single sided Hynix zero efficiency ram :p
 
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That particular phrase was NOT in the official press release...so blame somebody else :laugh: Also the settled heatspreaders color is a dual tone with black and red and white for limited edition... other colours are optional depending on future demand. Looking great kits I seriously hope the 2933C11 is NOT single sided Hynix zero efficiency ram :p
Well, they claim 32GB capacity at every speed, so at least some of them have to be double-sided Hynix MFR.