GeIL EVO X 3000Mhz DDR4 (2x16GB) 32GB Memory Kit
Posted by Damon Bailey on Wednesday, March 1, 2017 - 8:00am
Gaming oriented high performance memory has been around for years, and RGB lighting has as well, but the combination of the two is a relatively new category. While Ram kits with LED’s can be found clear back in the DDR2 days, GeIL was one of the very first to put RGB capable modules into the hands of consumers with their new EVO X DDR4 Kits. Separating the high performance DDR4 module’s circuitry into 2 entirely independent sections allows maximum memory performance without interference from the lighting. On the opposite side, the RGB lighting effects can be powered via any 3 or 4pin fan header and the color selected by moving the Red GeIL switch on top of the module. Full RGB effects can also be had by connecting the included 4pin cable to your motherboards RGB header. This way, the Modules can sync with the rest of your system lighting and is compatible with ASUS AURA Sync, as well as MSI’s Mystic Lighting. No other memory kit currently on the market offers such flexibility to the end User.
ProClockers would like to Thank GeIL for sending us the new EVO X memory kit to check out!
GeIL stands for “Golden Emperor International Ltd” and is one of the worlds' leading PC components & peripheral manufacturers. Established in 1993, GeIL quickly become one of the most trusted memory manufacturers in the industry. In the year 2000, GeIL changed the PC enthusiast’s world forever. The introduction of the first ever memory heat-spreader, the dual-channel packaged memory kit and lifetime warranty are all innovative concepts GeIL introduced in the PC DIY market from 2000~2003. Since then, GeIL has been concentrating in perfecting the technologies of IC testing, memory burn-in and quality assurance for memory products in application in all segments of the market. GeIL also designs and manufactures PC peripherals, including the first ever Dual sensor Mouse, the award winning GeIL MeduZa. More gaming peripherals followed under GeIL’s gaming gear division, EpicGear.