GeIL offers updated DDR3 memory modules

GeIL offers updated DDR3 memory modules

The famous maker of computer memory GeIL (Golden Emperor International) has unveiled updated DDR3 memory modules that are known as EVO Leggera. The new memory line includes full-sized memory modules that are cooled by low profile blue-colored heat sinks that allow users to install any CPU cooler they have.

The new memory offers support for the newest XMP memory profiles and are now available in kits of 8 GB (2 x 4 GB) and 16 GB (2 x 8 GB). The memory runs at 1600 MHz and is fully compatible with all latest Intel and AMD processors that require DDR3 memory. You can be also sure in the quality of the memory as it has been tested using GeIL’s own DBT-1 memory testing machine that can test up to 1000 memory modules at once at temperatures reaching 100 degrees Celsius.

The new memory is available now but its price is unknown at the moment.

Source: GeIL

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