GeIL EVO ONE Hexa-channel 12GB DDR3 Kit Review

👤by David Mitchelson Comments 📅08-04-10
Manufacturer and Sponsor: GeIL
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Iíve had previous experience of using GeIL memory, but this was back in the DDR1/2 days. Brands like Corsair and OCZ seem to dominate the European market and smaller brands such as GeIL arenít given as much coverage which is a shame, because if you take a look at the GeIL website they have an abundance of memory products and multiple awards.

I had the pleasure of recently checking their booth out at CeBIT and the memory being showcased looked impressive. In particular I was excited to get some of the EVO ONE modules into the test rig and see how it performs. Today the GeIL DDR3 EVO ONE Hexa-channel kit is under the spotlight, if you havenít heard of hexa-channel before its simply triple channel x2.

The DDR3 EVO ONE modules are specifically designed for the X58/Intel Core i7 platform. The kits come available in C7, C8 and C9 latencies, giving plenty of choice but what I like above all things is that this kit comes with the DBT stamp on it. Signifying that these modules have had the die-hard burn-in reliability tests performed on them. Something which I briefly mentioned in the GeIL CeBIT article earlier last month.

- Available in 12GB (2GBx6) Hexa Channel Package
- Available CAS: 7-7-7, 8-8-8 , 9-9-9
- 240 pin, Non-ECC, Un-buffered DIMM
- Working Voltage CL7&8 : 1.6V/1.65V CL9 : 1.5V/1.6V
- Heat Spreader EVO ONE heat-spreader with MTCD Technology
- DBT (Die-hard Burn-in Technology) Enhanced
- Lifetime Warranty

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