GeIL releases their new EVO X DDR4 memory kits with RGB Lighting

GeIL releases their new EVO X DDR4 memory kits with RGB Lighting

GeIL releases their new EVO X DDR4 memory kits with RGB Lighting

GeIL releases their new EVO X DDR4 memory kits with RGB Lighting

 
GeIL has released their new EVO X series of DDR4 RGB memory kits, coming in white or black colour options. These new memory kits will come with speeds of between 3000MHz and 3200MHz and kit sizes of between 2x4GB and 2x8GB.  
 
The RGB LEDs on these memory kits will be controlled with a 12V RGB power cable that can connect to compatible motherboards with an RGB header, which includes motherboard models from ASUS, MSI and Gigabyte. Alternatively, users could also power their memories RGB LEDs using, giving the modules an option of red, green or blue colouring or an RGB cycling mode which is controlled by a switch on the memory kit itself.   

  

GeIL releases their new EVO X DDR4 memory kits with RGB Lighting  

Below is some information regarding the pricing, speeds and timings on GeIL's EVO X RGB DDR4 memory. 

  • $69.99 for a 2 x 4GB kit, with a frequency of 3000 MHz, timings of 15-17-17-35 and 1.35 V (black heatspreader)
  • $99.99 for a 2 x 8GB kit, with a frequency of 3000 MHz, timings of 15-17-17-35 and 1.35 V (black or white heatspreader)
  • $114.99 for a 2 x 8GB kit, with a frequency of 3200 MHz, timings of 16-16-16-35 and 1.35 V (white heatspreader)

 

 


GeIL releases their new EVO X DDR4 memory kits with RGB Lighting

 

GeIL's EVO X DDR4 memory modules have now been released and are already available at select retailers in the US. 

 

You can join the discussion on Geil's EVO X DDR4 memory on the OC3D Forums

   

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29-10-2016, 07:49:53

Dicehunter

29-10-2016, 09:07:47

Chrazey
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29-10-2016, 13:01:03

karsn
Why that red bit? It ruins it when you have any other color light than red! Please make this white!Quote

29-10-2016, 13:05:11

Dicehunter
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Why that red bit? It ruins it when you have any other color light than red! Please make this white!
Agreed, I find it odd when companies put RGB into something but then have colour on their products as then it clashes with the RGB unless you specifically pick that colour.Quote

29-10-2016, 13:48:12

Chrazey
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Why that red bit? It ruins it when you have any other color light than red! Please make this white!
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Agreed, I find it odd when companies put RGB into something but then have colour on their products as then it clashes with the RGB unless you specifically pick that colour.
I think that companies has started to stop thinking about it in general lol.Quote
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