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Computex 2008

Kash    -   June 17, 2008
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Geil

Next up on our tour is the Geil booth.

Geil had several modules up on display.

However, what was most interesting was its burn-in display. It simply looked cool.

When I think of Geil, I only think of memory, so the Evo Cyclone Hybrid Cooling System was initially an oddity, but I suppose a memory cooler for a memory company is a natural fit. According to Geil, it features a 50mm LED fan and can fit all types of memory modules.




  1. Day 1 - Arrival
  2. Day 1 - ECS
  3. Day 1 - Intel
  4. Day 1 - MSI
  5. Day 1 - Abit
  6. Day 1 - Gigabyte Part 1
  7. Day 1 - Gigabyte Part 2
  8. Day 1 - Asus Part 1
  9. Day 1 - Asus Part 2
  10. Day 1 - Kingston
  11. Day 1 - Via
  12. Day 2 - Lian Li
  13. Day 2 - Kingbox
  14. Day 2 - In Win
  15. Day 2 - Xclio
  16. Day 2 - Geil
  17. Day 2 - PQI
  18. Day 2 - Thermaltake Part 1
  19. Day 2 - Thermaltake Part 2
  20. Day 2 - Cooler Master
  21. Day 2 - Nanya
  22. Day 2 - Noctua
  23. Day 2 - FSP
  24. Day 2 - PNY
  25. Day 2 - AData
  26. Day 2 - Zogis
  27. Day 2 - Zalman
  28. Day 2 - Thermalright
  29. Day 2 - Zotac
  30. Day 2 - DFI
  31. Conclusion
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