GeIL announces Evo-X DDR4 memory

GeIL announces Evo-X DDR4 memory

The famous maker of computer memory GeIL has announced a new breed of DDR4 memory that distinguishes itself from the competition with some unique features.

The unusual thing about this memory is that it comes with a technology called Hybrid Independent Light Module (HILM). The technology adds a 12V power connector to each memory module and when the module gets power via this connector there are LEDs that light up. In addition to this HILM allows users to attach cooling fans to the power connector so that they can cool down the memory chips in especially hot days or when overclocking. Furthermore the connector features a switch that changes the voltage from 12V to 9V in case of need.

GeIL will bring a wide number of Evo-X DDR4 memory modules to the market. The new memory line will offer capacities of 4 GB, 8 GB and 16 GB and there will be kits of two or four modules as well so the total capacity grows from 8 GB all the way up to 64 GB. Moreover Evo-X runs at 2666-4133 MHz for insane memory speed at 1.2-1.4V and supports Intel XMP 2.0. GeIL gives this memory a lifetime warranty.

Unfortunately there’s no information how much this memory will cost and at what latencies it runs.

Source: GeIL

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