G.Skill announces Ripjaws memory for laptops

One of the famous memory makers – G.Skill – has introduced Ripjaws DDR3 SO-DIMM memory designed for gaming notebooks.

The new G.Skill gaming notebook memory runs at 1600 MHz or 1866 MHz at 1.35V and sports CL9-9-9-28 and CL10-10-10-32 latencies, respectively. The memory is available in 4 GB or 8 GB memory sticks as well as in 8 GB and 16 GB dual-channeled memory kits. G.Skill says the new gaming memory has been optimized for Intel Ivy Bridge and Haswell processors that power most gaming notebooks. In addition the company guarantees 100% quality validated through rigorous burn-in tests that ensure stability and performance.

The new G.Skill DDR3 SO-DIMM memory will be available in late August or in September. Pricing is unknown.


Source: G.Skill

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