We knew this day was coming... RGBs have hit DDR4, with GeIL unveiling the world's first fully RGB illuminated DDR4 modules with their new EVO X series that has reached the US through Newegg.
GeIL's new EVO X series is an "an irresistible addition to any rig providing stunning lighting effects with full customizability and compatibility with the latest X99 and Z170 motherboards". GeIL's Vice President, Jennifer Huang, explains: "GeIL is building their global sales network allowing customers better access to GEIL products. The EVO X co-cooperation with Newegg.com is a milestone for GeIL in the United States. It is successfully creating a win-win situation with competitive pricing, reliable product delivery and service".
GeIL taps its HILM (Hybrid Independent Light Module) design, with the EVO X DDR4 RAM separating the entire lighting solution and circuitry from the DDR4 memory module, which means the module itself has absolutely no disturbance from the party upstairs.
The new EVO X series starts at 3000MHz, and is available right up to 4133MHz for enthusiasts, and in kits of 4GB/8GB/16GB/32GB.
GeIL gives you real-time control of the LEDs, with a "Sliding Hot Switch" that allows real-time control of the RGB LEDs on a motherboard without RGB support.
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