GeIL Release DDR3 Triple Channel Ultra and Value Series

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GeIL Release DDR3 Triple Channel Ultra and Value Series GeIL Ultra Triple Channel

GeIL DDR3 Ultra Triple Channel Series


GeIL, one of the world’s leading memory module manufactures, announce the all new DDR3 Ultra Triple Channel Series line of products to be added to GeILs’ performance memory module lineup. The Triple Channel Memory Kit is specifically designed to compliment Intel's Core i7 processor and the X58 Express Chipset. Combined with GeIL's IC testing/sorting technology, each of GeIL's DDR3 memory module is enhanced for optimized speed, low latency and high stability.

Features and Specifications

Available Capacity: 3GB (1GBx3) & 6GB (2GBx3) Triple-Channel Package
Available Speed & Voltage:
DDR3 10660 1333MHz CL 6-6-6-24, Voltage 1.65V
DDR3 12800 1600MHz CL 7-7-7-24, Voltage 1.65V
DDR3 14400 1800MHz CL 7-7-7-28, Voltage 1.65V
DDR3 14400 1800MHz CL 8-8-8-28, Voltage 1.65V
DDR3 16000 2000MHz CL 8-8-8-28, Voltage 1.65V
DDR3 16000 2000MHz CL 9-9-9-28, Voltage 1.65V

Heat-spreader: Neo-Metallic-Blue Aluminum Heat Spreader

Warranty: Lifetime

Press Release

GeiL DDR3 Value Triple Channel Series GeIL Value Triple Channel Series

GeIL, one of the world’s leading memory module manufacturers, announce the all new DDR3 Value Triple Channel Series line of products to be added to GeILs’ performance memory module lineup.

The Triple Channel Kit is specifically designed to compliment Intel® Core™ i7 processor and the X58 Express Chipset. Combined with GeILs’ IC testing/sorting technology, each of GeILs’ DDR3 memory module is enhanced for optimized speed, low latency and high stability.

Features and Specifications

Available Capacity: 3GB (1GBx3) & 6GB (2GBx3) Triple-Channel Package
Available Speed & Voltage:
1066MHz 7-7-7-20, Voltage 1.5V
1066MHz 8-8-8-20, Voltage 1.5V
1333MHz 7-7-7-24 Voltage 1.5V
1333MHz 9-9-9-24 Voltage 1.5V
1600MHz 8-8-8-28 Voltage 1.65V

Heat-spreader: Brushed-Titanium Aluminum Heat Spreader

Warranty: Lifetime

Press Release

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23-11-2008, 19:52:50

AdamLeyshon
hey there guys wondering if anybody has a Lian Li A70 case?

Is this case awsome or teh suck lol?

I was thinking of asking for it as a gift from my father for christmas.

Tbh I think it looks stunning and will look awsome with a grey powder coat and some carbon fibering. Due to the sheer size I think it will make a great w'c case too?

Your opinions/raves/comments/flames please :)

Cheers, Adam (EViL386)

23-11-2008, 21:29:39

joner
I bought an A70 in black and I love it.
I've modded it quite a bit and had a pa120.3 cut done in the roof and a sidewindow cut done. I've removed the front 7 bay hd cage from the floor at the front and moved the 3 hd cage from the top rear to the floor to use.

There is so much room in the case its baron looking.

I cant post a pic because my camera is dead.

24-11-2008, 08:44:48

D-Cyph3r
I have an A71 thats been modded for watercooling. Absolutely huge case so you'll never be short of space for reservoirs and pumps and the like.

You can fit a quad rad in the roof and a dual in the front (if you remove the HDD cage). It's pretty close to the perfect case for watercooling imo.

[IMG]http://i374.photobucket.com/albums/oo187/D-Cyph3r/a71.jpg[/IMG]
[IMG]http://i374.photobucket.com/albums/oo187/D-Cyph3r/greenacryl.jpg[/IMG]
[IMG]http://i374.photobucket.com/albums/oo187/D-Cyph3r/rigwithoutwindow.jpg[/IMG]

24-11-2008, 09:44:57

AdamLeyshon
Thanks very much guys so I'm assuming this case get the thumbs up?

Where did you get yours? the cheapest I can find it at is £115 ex VAT. £144 delivered

24-11-2008, 11:55:30

Bungral
I've been wanting an A70 for ages...

24-11-2008, 14:12:40

joner
Ygpm Adam.

05-12-2008, 18:21:54

joner

08-12-2008, 16:34:16

tinytomlogan
Im an A70 fan fo deffo, hellfire is an a70 so is arora.

If you have abit more cash look at the a77, thats what I bought for myself in the end
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