One of the first kits of RGB enabled memory I ever got was the GeIL EVO X. This kit was unique in that it was really different from what we have come to expect from RGB memory. Instead of getting power and RGB signals from the motherboard it required cables to be run. What was nice about this is that you would be guaranteed RGB synchronization and that the RGB lighting circuits were completely separated from the memory DIMM.
Overall the design was win-win in a time where RGB memory was just getting started and had several compatibility issues. Well, those times have passed and the iconic design of the EVO X has now been ported to a second generation memory module providing you with proper RGB lighting support without the cables.
While the selector switch has been disabled it is still present to complete the overall design.
GeIL is also releasing a new low profile memory module called Transwarp which will work best in Small form factor machines where heatsinks often prevent the user from using high quality memory modules. The modules can also be customized with different graphics depending on what the customer is looking for.