GeIL Unveils Stylish EVO Forza DDR4 Memory

/ 5 years ago


GeIL is one of the leading brands when it comes to memory and produces a huge range of products with various design philosophies. The company’s history in this field means they can offer reliable products with high-quality ICs which are backed by a lifetime warranty. GeIL’s latest memory series is entitled the EVO Forza and takes inspiration from hypercars. As you can see, the black PCB, sharp colours and unusual heatspreader shape combine to create a unique appearance. The base colours, in particular, are reminiscent of a Lamborghini or Ferrari and evokes a premium feel.

On a more technical note, the modules feature GeIL’s Maximum Thermal Conduction & Dissipation technology to enhance cooling performance. In terms of memory speed, you can select between a range of 2666MHz all the way up to 3866MHz. To achieve this, the operating voltage falls within 1.2 to 1.4V depending on the model. The company will offer kits in 8GB, 16GB, 32GB and 64GB capacities in a dual or quad channel configuration. Unfortunately, no information regarding timings has been disclosed but I’m fairly sure this will be revealed rather soon. The EVO Forza series memory undergoes a comprehensive testing programme and burned-in via GeIL’s own DYNA4 SLT & DYNA4 DIMM SLT fully- automatic testing line.

What do you think of GeIL’s new memory range?

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