Kingmax presents its first DDR4 memory modules

Kingmax presents its first DDR4 memory modules

The Taiwanese memory maker Kingmax has presented its first DDR4 memory modules. The new Kingmax memory is now in mass production and is headed to the market. In order to satisfy customer demand Kingmax now offers DDR4 memory that runs at 1866 MHz, 2133 MHz, 2400 MHz and 3200 MHz.

The new memory outputs between 14.9 GB and 25.6 GB of data per second depending on the clock speed. As with all other Kingmax memory, the new company DDR4 modules fully meet the latest JEDEC requirements and are available in unbuffered DIMM, SO-DIMM, registered DIMM, ECC unbuffered DIMM and VLP registered DIMM formats. Apart from the clock speed the new modules are available in 4 GB, 8 GB and 16 GB capacities, which means you will be able to assemble a computer with tons of DDR4 memory.

No word on pricing as of now but given that Kingmax is a budget-oriented memory maker, we expect that the new Kingmax DDR4 memory modules will be somewhat cheaper than other brands.

Source: Kingmax

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