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GeIL EVO X ROG-certified RGB Gaming Memory Supports ASUS AURA Lighting Automatic Performance Boost Enabled Taipei, Taiwan — Sept. 22nd, 2017 — GeIL – Golden Emperor International Ltd. – one of the world’s leading PC components & peripheral manufacturers announced EVO X ROG-certified RGB Gaming Memory. As world’s first fully RGB illuminated DDR4 memory module with an ASUS ROG certification, EVO X ROG-certified RGB Gaming Memory combines a significant performance boost with RGB lighting effects to give enthusiasts an excellent overclocking and gaming experience. Pairing with ASUS ROG motherboards –Extraordinary performance boost ASUS ROG (Republic of Gamers) is recognized as the leader in PC gaming and overclocking performance with a record for delivering the most innovative hardcore hardware for gamers and enthusiasts. GeIL is proud to work with ASUS ROG to provide gamers the most innovative gaming memory, GeIL EVO X ROG-certified RGB Gaming Memory. When paired with certain ASUS ROG motherboards, an automatic performance boost will be enabled for a better overclocking experience. Supports ASUS AURA for seamlessly synchronized RGB LED illumination GeIL EVO X ROG-certified RGB Gaming Memory perfectly supports ASUS AURA lighting control app, simply by connecting it to the 4-pin RGB header on ASUS ROG motherboards. The fully customizable RGB lighting module found on the GeIL EVO X ROG-certified RGB Gaming Memory will synchronize with ASUS ROG motherbo...
GeIL found a way to add RGB lighting to memory without affecting it's clockspeeds. The Evo X does require an extra cable connection, but it makes a nice addition to the build. While the stock speeds are great, there's little overclocking room and the red switch stands out a bit too much, though it's easily removed.
GeIL brings RGB to DDR4 with some decent RAM sticks. The high stock clock speeds are great, but don't expect much for overclocking. Some boards might have compatibility issues, but most systems should be fine if they're meant o run high end memory. The red switch stands out a bit.