G.SKILL debuts Ripjaws DDR4 SO-DIMM memory

G.SKILL debuts Ripjaws DDR4 SO-DIMM memory

The Taiwanese maker of high-end computer memory G.SKILL has announced a new addition to its Ripjaws line of performance memory, namely DDR4 SO-DIMM memory modules with the same brand name.

As expected the new memory targets notebooks and small-sized computer systems based on the latest 6th generation Intel Core processors, codenamed Skylake, that can accommodate DDR4 SO-DIMM memory. The new memory features hand-picked memory chips and thus guarantees excellent performance and reliability for all kinds of scenarios. In addition to this the new G.SKILL DDR4 SO-DIMM memory sports auto-overclocking, which will automatically detect and set the rated overclock speed when the memory is installed on qualified systems, so you can instantly enjoy the performance boost without having to deal with manual BIOS settings.

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The new memory runs at different speeds and latencies, depending on the model chosen but it starts at 2133 MHz at 15-15-15-36 latencies at 1.2V and reaches 2800 MHz at 18-18-18-43 clocks at 1.2V. Unfortunately it is not clear how much the new Ripjaws memory costs.

Source: G.SKILL

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