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GeIL Orion RGB 16GB 4400MHz DDR4 Memory Review

GeIL has long been one of my favourite memory brands, and we’ve had many fantastic reviews of their products spanning back over 10 years now. They’ve always had something for the enthusiast and always something visually interesting too. Remember the GeIL Enhance Corsa DDR3, for example? Check our review of it here. With that in mind, I think it’s safe to say I’m eager to see what the latest GeIL memory has to offer. The new Orion RGB comes in a range of speeds and capacities, and we have the 16 GB (2 x 8GB) kit in the office today. However, we do have one of the fastest kits in the range, clocking in at 4400 MHz, so it should be pretty swift when it comes to our benchmarks!

GeIL Orion RGB 16GB 4400MHz DDR4

While not as bonkers looking as some of their previous designs, GeIL gives the market what they want and puts some slick RGB lighting in this model. However, they’ve kept the design compact to ensure compatibility with cases and coolers. That’s a rare thing, too, as many RGB kits sit much taller than standard memory kits. GeIL has a good history of reliability and high-end performance, and they claim this new kit is held to that same standard, with all kits undergoing their rigorous in-house testing regime. So, let’s get to it!

Features

  • Stunning and smooth RGB effects
  • Designed for content creators and gamers
  • Sci-fi element pattern design
  • Approximately standard height heat spreaders
  • Simply Fit in Case
  • Specifically compatible with AMD Ryzen Platform
  • Speed up to 4400MHz
  • Kit Capacities up to 128GB

What GeIL Gaming Had to Say

“The new ORION RGB Gaming Memory delivers an advanced RGB LED array built on the understated aluminum heat spreader design for an enchanting RGB illumination. It is available in frequencies ranging from 2666MHz to the high-performance 4400MHz with larger capacities up to 128GB (4x32GB) as well as racing red and titanium gray spreaders with dual-channel and quad-channel. The new modules are optimized for the latest AMD and Intel platforms offering unparalleled performance to pro-gamers, enthusiastic builders, and video creators.” – GeIL

Specifications

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