G.SKILL offers Ripjaws DDR4 SO-DIMMs at 3000 MHz

G.SKILL offers Ripjaws DDR4 SO-DIMMs at 3000 MHz

Most notebooks rarely need extra fast memory but this is not the case with gaming notebooks where performance is king. It is for such computers that G.SKILL has developed a new crop of DDR4 SO-DIMM memory that runs at the insane 3000 MHz.

The new addition to the Ripjaws SO-DIMM DDR4 family runs at 16-18-18-43 clocks and needs just 1.2V to operate properly while most other such memory needs 1.35V to do the same. The memory is available in 8 GB to 32 GB configurations (2 x 16 GB) and has been designed from the ground up for gaming notebooks and small-form factor PCs. Moreover the new Ripjaws memory supports the newest Intel XMP 2.0 standard and works just fine with 6th generation Intel Core processors.

The G.SKILL DDR4-3000 SO-DIMM memory modules will be in stores later this month. No word on pricing as of now.

Source: G.SKILL

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