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Polaris RGB and EVO V: GeIL’s DDR5-8000CL38 relies on tiny fans for cooling

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The RAM kits of the GeIL Polaris RGB and EVO V RGB series are available with up to 64 GB DDR5-8000 and are partly actively cooled with two mini fans integrated into the heat conducting plates (heat spreaders). There are also RGB lighting options and several color variants as well as DYNA5 certification for the modules.

Mini fans cool storage at up to 8,000 MT/s

The eye-catching feature of the EVO V DDR5 Series, which the Taipei, Taiwan-based RAM manufacturer GeIL markets as “Hardcore Gaming Memory”, is the unmistakable active cooling solution, which uses two active mini fans in the heat sinks of the 2× 16 GB or 2× 32 GB large DDR5 DIMMs.

GeIL EVO V DDR5

GeIL EVO V DDR5

Image comparison: GeIL EVO V DDR5 (Image: GeIL) GeIL EVO V DDR5 (Image: GeIL)

While the integrated SPD thermal sensors are supposed to provide accurate thermal information, the manufacturer promises up to 45 percent better heat dissipation with the “Active Dual Fan Cooling System” than with a conventional passive heat spreader without a fan. The maximum speed is 1,200 rpm. The manufacturer does not provide any information on the diameter, but it should be less than 20 millimeters. GeIL specifies the life expectancy of the fans as 40,000 hours (corresponds to four and a half years of continuous operation).

Up to 64GB DDR5-8000 CL38

GeIL offers the EVO V DDR5 series in Titanium Gray and Glacier White colors with the following specifications:

GeIL EVO V DDR5 with 32 GB (2× 16 GB)
  • 2× 16GB DDR5-4800*
  • 2× 16GB DDR5-5200 (OC)*
  • 2× 16GB DDR5-5600 (OC)*
  • 2× 16GB DDR5-6000 (OC)*
  • 2× 16GB DDR5-6200 (OC)*
  • 2× 16GB DDR5-6400 (OC)*
  • 2× 16GB DDR5-6600 (OC)
  • 2× 16GB DDR5-6800 (OC)
  • 2× 16GB DDR5-8000 (OC)
GeIL EVO V DDR5 with 64 GB (2× 32 GB)
  • 2× 32GB DDR5-4800*
  • 2× 32GB DDR5-5200 (OC)*
  • 2× 32GB DDR5-5600 (OC)*
  • 2× 32GB DDR5-6000 (OC)*
  • 2× 32GB DDR5-6200 (OC)*
  • 2× 32GB DDR5-6400 (OC)*
  • 2× 32GB DDR5-6600 (OC)
  • 2× 32GB DDR5-6800 (OC)
  • 2× 32GB DDR5-8000 (OC)

*) also available as AMD Edition with AMD EXPO.

With regard to the CAS latency and the primary, secondary and tertiary timings as well as the voltages of the memory modules, the manufacturer has not yet given any precise information and only speaks of CL32 to CL40 and 1.1 to 1.45 volts. GeIL only mentions a CAS latency of 38 memory clock cycles (CL38-48-48-90-138 2T) for the two fastest modules with 8,000 MT/s.

DDR5-800 CL38-48-48-90-138 2T
DDR5-800 CL38-48-48-90-138 2T (Image: GeIL)

According to GeIL, all modules have been extensively tested for their specifications and stability with the RunMemTestPro 5.1 and the AIDA64 memory and cache benchmark and are certified according to DYNA5 SLT.

GeIL can also do DDR5-8000 passively

With the GeIL Polaris RGB series, the manufacturer also presents passively cooled memory kits that have the same specifications and also achieve very high memory speeds of up to 8,000 MT/s.

GeIL Polaris RGB DDR5
GeIL Polaris RGB DDR5 (Image: GeIL)
GeIL EVO V DDR5
GeIL EVO V DDR5 (Image: GeIL)

GeIL also offers all RAM kits as an AMD edition for AMD Ryzen 7000 (test), which also supports AMD EXPO in addition to Intel XMP 3.0. However, the DDR5 memory sticks optimized for AMD Zen 4 are “only” available with up to 6,400 MT/s, since the memory controller of the Raphael CPUs is already limited at this point.

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GeIL EVO V DDR5 AMD Edition (Image: GeIL)

GeIL has not yet given any information on the availability and prices of its new DDR5 memory kits. 32 GB DDR5-4800 currently ranges in price from 130 to 160 euros, while at least 255 euros are called for 32 GB DDR5-6600. For 8,000 MT/s, on the other hand, 600 euros are due.

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The best contents of the week in MuyPymes

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We end one more Sunday with a new summary of the best content that we have published in MuyPymes, a classic where you will find the most important news of the week and you can catch up with just a few clicks. As always, we wish you a good Monday.

  • Where can I use the newborn, euro digital?
  • The State plans to increase spending on technology by 12% this year.
  • Online sales will increase in Spain by 20%.
  • Seven out of 10 ICT companies will increase their workforce in Spain.
  • These are the growth prospects for the label market in 2023.
  • Sony updates its camera catalog with the new 4K PTZ.
  • Apple will release a new iPad Mini later this year.
  • Epson expands its catalog of projectors with new 3LCD 4KE models.
  • Apple is working on a flexible iPad, and it could arrive next year.
  • Flexible remuneration, that great unknown.
  • These are the trends that will mark 2023 in the organization of events.
  • Titbit raises 150,000 euros in its second investment round.
  • Getac introduces the S410 laptop and F110 tablet, two ruggedized and powerful 5G-enabled computers.
  • Epson presents its new EB series video projectors.
  • How to choose hosting and domain for my website.
  • Brother expands its catalog of two-inch ticket and label printers.
  • Samsung presents the new Galaxy Book3.
  • What can we expect about cybersecurity, in the coming months.
  • Artificial Intelligence: how will it affect jobs?
  • Microsoft is starting to show full-screen Microsoft 365 ads.
  • Do you want to help children in vulnerable situations?
  • Microsoft Teams is integrated into the Elgato Stream Deck.

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Barcelona offers 200,000 euros to the project that reduces the accident rate of motorcycles

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Barcelona City Council has launched a challenge for companies, startups, universities and innovation centers to present urban solutions that have as objective reduce motorcycle-related accidents. The chosen projects, which will be applied in the city, are part of the Barcelona Innova Lab Mobility initiative that promotes pilot tests to improve mobility.

Barcelona is one of the European cities with a greater presence of motorcycles and mopeds which represent 33% of the total census of vehicles, and motorcycle drivers account for 86% of the seriously injured, according to the balance of road accidents for the first half of 2022. With the aim of reducing accidents and increasing road safety in the city, these entities have launched this initiative to find and apply innovative solutions on the streets of the city, with the collaboration of the Tomorrow.Mobility show organized by Fira and the EIT Urban Mobility (European Union initiative).

The challenge, launched internationally, counts with an economic endowment of 200,000 euros, which will correspond to a maximum of 80% of the total amount of the winning solutions. The projects can be aimed at resolving the accident rate from behavioral innovation, that is, with solutions related to driving habits, and from technological innovation.

The execution time of the selected proposals is 18 months, of which the pilot phase must be a minimum of six. The proposals must be applicable in a real environment in the short term and must define, in this sense, its deployment space. In addition, it must achieve quantifiable results in relation to the safety of motorcyclists and third parties, which are lasting over time. Its innovative and differential component will also be valued both in the methodologies and resources used and in its execution.

This call is aimed at companies, startups, universities, research centers, technology centers, associations and foundations that have until next March 1 to present their projects. A committee of experts will assess the technical quality of the works presented and will choose the winning solutions that could be applied in Barcelona during that same year. The projects will have international projection with their participation in the next edition of Tomorrow.Mobility, which will be held next November together with the Smart City Expo World Congress at Fira de Barcelona.

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Microsoft Teams integrates into Elgato Stream Deck

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The Elgato Stream Deck is a very interesting peripheral that we had the opportunity to analyze at the time, and that allows you to create different shortcuts and functions that will be associated to each of the available buttons. It allows you to create different usage profiles, and we can switch between them in a very simple way.

For example, we can assign to a button that directly opens a web page, to run a specific application, to perform a specific action and we can also set specific commands and download completely free applications. It is a very interesting solution, especially for professionals who are dedicated to content creation and streaming.

The point is that the Redmond giant has released an official plugin that allows you to integrate an Elgato Stream Deck device with Microsoft Teams. This plugin was announced by the American company earlier this week, but it was officially launched yesterday. The installation process is quite simple, but we can find more information in the official Microsoft forums.

Once installed, we can use the Elgato Stream Deck to access shortcuts and specific functions that will improve our user experience with Microsoft Teams. Thus, for example, we can blur the background in a video call by pressing a button, and we can also assign other specific functions such as raising and lowering our hand, muting ourselves, recording, and even to show live reactions during meetings.

This new plugin enhances the value of the Elgato Stream Deck, making it a very interesting solution for those who work remotely and have to participate in frequent video calls and events. Obviously it is still an excellent option for content creators and streaming professionals as well. I remind you that it is available in different versions, and that the standard MK.2 model with 15 buttons is priced at €149.99.

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