What GeIL has pulled off with their memory is pretty fantastic. We not only have a great looking kit, but we also have some nice stock settings and what seems to be a fairly easy ability to nab some free performance through overclocking. I was able to grab an extra notch of performance on my kit and I feel like I was being pretty safe with my voltages. A little more time and a bit less of a review workload would probably yield me even better results with this kit.
Since we’ve been through much of this already, I won’t rehash too much about the Evo X kit. It would be nice if GeIL had made the RGB switch black or clear, but I can think of worse things to happen to your build than the red one. What really surprises me is how competitive these kits are with others. Getting high speed memory like this will cost a bit more, but these kits are very nicely priced for their respective bracket. If you want the black kit, it runs a pretty average price of $140. If you don’t mind the white dimms though, you can score those on sale at Newegg for a very nice $120 at the time of this writing. This would be expected if these were standard kits, but with RGB lighting, this easily garners the GeIL Evo X 3200 Memory kits the Pureoverclock Editor’s Choice Award!
Newegg Link (Black)
Newegg Link (White)