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GeIL Orion RGB 16GB 4400MHz DDR4 Memory Review


The box looks great, with a shiny silver finish that really makes the photo of the red memory kit pop from the front of the box. It’s got a few badges on there, showing us its Ryzen tested, but this kit is just fine for Intel too. It has RGB, it’s DDR4, and it has been tested on their DYNA4 system for stability.

Around the back, a small window shows the sticker on the memory kit, so you can ensure it matches up with the sticker on the box. I’ve never heard of a kit getting mixed up in the factory, but you never know. We can also see here that the memory supports a wide range of RGB controllers from motherboard manufacturers.

The box suffered at the hands of a ham-fisted courier, crushing the box quite severely. So, will the memory still be in one piece?

Of course, it’s absolutely fine. Each DIMM is secured in a pretty hard-wearing plastic container. They both came out completely unharmed.

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Peter Donnell

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