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Geil introduces new Orion DDR4 memory

Geil has just announced a new series of DDR4 memory kits aimed at gamers and content creators. The Orion DDR4 memory will be available in single and dual-channel kits, with a Rust Red or Charcoal Gray coloured heat spreader. There's also Orion AMD Edition memory modules specifically designed to be used in AMD systems.

Available in 8/16/32/64GB kits, Geil Orion memory is “balanced choice designed to satisfy multiple needs”, be it for gaming or for multimedia creation. With up to 2x 32GB 4000MHz CL18 memory modules, the Orion memory offers high speed, low latencies, and large memory capacity.

Both the Rust Red and Charcoal Gray heat spreader give the Orion memory modules a “stylish and stealthy” look, while Geils also states the heat spreader was designed to avoid mechanical interference between the modules and a CPU cooler, providing good compatibility for most systems. There is no RGB lighting with these kits, and Geil says this creates a “neat and tidy” alternative to most high-performance modules currently available.

The Orion memory supports XMP 2.0 and is backed by a lifetime warranty. The memory modules will be available in 8GB, 16GB, and 32GB capacities, running at either 1.2V or 1.35V. The speed options of these kits include 2666/3000/3200/3600/4000MHz, and the CAS latency ranges from 16 to 22. The Orion AMD Edition memory will be available to ensure the best performance and compatibility on the latest and upcoming AMD platforms.

Pricing and availability of the Geil Orion memory kits and modules have not yet been shared. You can learn more about the Orion memory series HERE.

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