As one of the first DRAM manufacturers, GeIL released its memory kits with a capacity of up to 32 GB and DDR5-5600. In addition to the RGB lighting, which is now almost mandatory for gamers, and a massive heat conducting sheet, the so-called heat spreader, up to 7,200 MT/s should later be possible.
DDR5 with up to 7,200 MT/s and Intel XMP 3.0 in planning
It starts with memory kits with 16 and 32 GB, which are specified with DDR5-4800 and DDR5-5600 and with a supply voltage of 1.1 to 1.25 volts with a CAS latency of 34 to 40 clock cycles not only according to the specifications of the JEDEC can be operated. Further OC variants are to follow later as DDR5-6000, DDR5-6800 and DDR5-7200.
We're glad to be announcing the launch of #GeILPolaris RGB DDR5 Gaming Memory Kits today!
Work Smart, Play Hard with Polaris RGB # DDR5 Memory, providing high-speeds ranging from 4800MHz to 5600MHz.
Available in large kit capacities of 16GB and 32GB with stunning RGB illumination. pic.twitter.com/1PmICuky8a
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In addition to the 8 and 16 GB memory modules, the start of Alder Lake-S, which is expected to take place on November 4th is to be flanked, GeIL plans later with 32 GB bars and higher clock rates through Intel XMP 3.0.
Further details on the future plans of the various DDR5 memory series from GeIL can be found in a press release from the company in March of this year. Accordingly, “naked” memory modules are also planned entirely without RGB and heatspreader.
GeIL has not yet included prices for the memory kits now presented with DDR5-4800 and DDR5-5600 Amazon in the USA is called among other things for 350 US dollars for a 32 GB kit.