GEIL POLARIS RGB DDR5 32GB 5200MHz Memory Review

DDR5 is on the rise, as time moves on from the initial launch we are starting to see more and more companies join in on the creation of these cutting edge kits of memory. It’s a very competitive market, with companies like G-Skill and Corsair providing a huge percentage of the memory sold.

It’s safe to say that there is a lot of competition in the memory market, but not much that can rival the bigger companies; so to see a company with a much smaller share of the memory being sold is quite refreshing. When you are willing to get products from smaller manufacturers, you have to acknowledge that you’re giving some things up; when we move away from companies like Corsair, we are gaining more RGB compatibility as you have a wider range of software options for control. Another thing to note is that these smaller companies also often come with a smaller price tag, which no one will complain about.


Geil was founded in 1993, and has been producing DRAM and flash-based memory products ever since. They have a wide range of products, from professional level server memory to more gamer-focused products like the Polaris we have today.

Polaris is the name of a star, and not just any star; Polaris is the brightest star in the Ursa Minor constellation and is often referred to as the “north star”; yes, that’s right, this memory is named after one of the most well-known stars in our known universe. But unlike the star itself, this kit of memory is very much reachable, and can even be yours. But is this a bright light in the dark? Or is it is faded before it ever got a chance to shine?

To learn more about the product, visit the product page here

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