Virtium presents low profile DDR4 memory

Virtium presents low profile DDR4 memory

Virtium is not a well-known company but you may come across its products one day. In fact the chance of such an event has dramatically increased – the company has announced low profile DDR4 memory modules with capacities of up to 32 GB, which is impressive.

The new memory, however, comes in the so-called ULP RDIMM and Mini-RDIMM form factors so chances are you won’t be able to install it in a desktop computer. This low profile DDR4 memory is shorter than expected – it is 17.78 mm tall, while most other low profile DDR4 memory is 18.75 mm tall. The new memory works at 1.2V and comes with a special coating that protects it from external disturbances. Virtium says the new memory is perfect for 1U servers and other computing machines where internal space is scarce.

The new Virtium low profile DDR4 memory is out now. The price of the memory modules is unknown.

Source: Virtium

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